Winnipeg woman appalled after grandson with cerebral palsy accused of stealing employee’s phone at Walmart

Mathew, who has cerebral palsy, was accused of stealing an employee's phone at a Winnipeg Walmart in October. (Source: Facebook) Mathew, who has cerebral palsy, was accused of stealing an employee's phone at a Winnipeg Walmart in October. (Source: Facebook)

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