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A Walmart in Louisiana was ransacked this weekend after it was discovered the EBT cards for food stamps showed up as having no limit. Shoppers with up to 10 carts of stuff attempted to take advantage of a glitch in the contractor, Xerox's, system, and one cop called it "Worse than any Black Friday he had ever seen." The glitch was fixed, but Walmart and Xerox are blaming each other. [Chicago Trubune]