Residents of Sedgwick County, Kentucky are being encouraged to report their neighbors to police if they catch them defying the state’s “stay-at-home” order.
The county has set up a website for nosy citizens to tattle on their countrymen.
“If it is determined that a non-essential business is operating or a non-essential activity is occurring, they will be contacted as appropriate,” according to the website.
Violating the state’s “stay-at-home” order, in place from March 30 through April 19, is considered a misdemeanor crime.
Many people around the world grew up hearing horror stories of German citizens telling the SS where Jews were being hidden and it appears America is heading towards a similar dystopian society.
Watch the KWCH 12 news report below for more information:
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