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Bring on the Sizzler
"508 All the Way, Sir"
"Thou shalt not be a victim. Thou shalt not be a perpetrator. Above all, thou shalt not be a bystander." Yehuda Bauer
I believe the Best Social Program is a Job - Ronald Reagan
A 56-year-old woman's boldly dumb defense in her trial for drunken driving was that the alcohol did not affect her driving because she kept one eye closed to avoid seeing double. She was sentenced to two months in prison.
So that's how you do it!
Place your clothes and weapons where you can find them in the dark.Robert Heinlein
Thank God criminals are so stupid or we'd be in a hell of a mess.
I had a good one a couple weeks ago...a boy meets girl sort of story!
This 25 yr. old girl gets herself a new boyfriend. He's 31. He has no job, and isn't looking. She has three. She let him move in because he was evicted from his own place. By all accounts, he was really nice to her. Why shouldn't he be? She's giving him the free ride!
They had been together about three months when he decided that room and board wasn't enough. One day her ATM/debit card came up missing and then lo and behold a few hundred dollars worth of strange purchases began to appear. Of course, he denied having anything to do with it, even though two of the purchases were made at an out of town gas station that he is known to frequent.
Most convenience stores/gas stations have great surveillance, and this one was no exception. To top it off, this store sells ephedrine, which is kept behind the counter. In order to purchase this stuff, you have to show a license to the clerk, who records the information off of the license into a logbook and has the customer sign it.
Yep, you guessed it. Dumbass bought ephedrine twice on the stolen debit card and SHOWED HIS OWN I.D.!!! Even signed his own name. However, upon review of the video tape, he had himself a foolproof plan!
He walks into the store backwards because he knows where the camera is and doesn't like his picture taken. Throughout the whole thing he tries to conceal his face (which he was unsuccessful in doing) by keeping his back to the camera no matter how awkward it makes him look. He speaks with the clerk, shows his ID, signs the book, buys the ephedrine on a debit card, and departs.
As an added bonus he chose to wear the same jacket in the store that he wore when I interviewed him about this.
Needless to say, he's waiting for his day in court on felony charges.
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Thats why they are called "dumb criminals".
"The more you sweat in peace, the less you bleed in war." ?
As I heard a comedian state.Can't stop stupid!
He couldn't have been more right.
"Peace is that brief glorious moment in history when everybody stands around reloading".
lmao!...mark this as exhibit "A" for stupid criminals.....
Why isn't the trainee from benning who carjacked a milktruck on that list??
Several years ago, there was a story about a person committing a crime and writing all about it in an Alfred Hitchcock’s anthology magazine. The original “Fictional” story was about a crime was so well written that it kept garnering critical as well as popular praise. Award from this place and that place, so many copies sold, best seller lists and so on. Last part was the way the police saw the way the details matched a real life crime.
A Novel Approach
Wroclaw, Poland: Polish author Krystian Bala, 34, might've gotten away with murder...if he hadn't written about it in his book. His 2003 novel Amok became a beststeller in Poland, but he paid the price when police noticed that the details of a murder in the book eerily matched those of an unsolved 2000 case. The similarities led the police to investigate further, discovering connections between Bala and the victim, including the fact that the victim was romantically involved with Bala's ex-wife. Although it wasn't proven that the author was the sole perpetrator, he was sentenced to 25 years in jail for his part in the crime.