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A guy in Oakland, CA, Joshua Kaufman, had his Macbook stolen in a home robbery in March, CLOBAZAM FOR SALE. What is CLOBAZAM, He reported this to the police, who quickly did nothing. Fortunately, buy CLOBAZAM online cod, this guy had been prepared: he had purchased a $15 app called “Hidden, CLOBAZAM forum, ” which lurks in the background on your computer, and, if stolen, rx free CLOBAZAM, can snap camera images and screen shots, Where can i buy CLOBAZAM online, and give network information leading to the location of the person in possession of the computer.

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The police did nothing. Citing a “lack of resources, where to buy CLOBAZAM,” they could not be bothered to send a single car to the address and pick up the person. CLOBAZAM no prescription, So Kaufman went a different way: he started a Tumblr page on May 27, telling the story and posting images of the person using the computer and sleeping in front of it, and screenshots of activities suggesting guilt, fast shipping CLOBAZAM, like deleting the previous user's account. Australia, uk, us, usa, A few days later, on May 31, a tweet he posted caught fire, CLOBAZAM results, and the media started paying attention. (It might have helped that one of the images showed the guy shirtless in bed using the computer, for what the rightful owner did not want to know.)

Where were the police, CLOBAZAM FOR SALE. Ordering CLOBAZAM online, Ready to spring to action. Uh, only after Good Morning America called them and asked them why they were sitting on their asses when low-hanging fruit was just sitting there, purchase CLOBAZAM online no prescription.

When they got that call, Purchase CLOBAZAM online, they finally did what they should have done weeks earlier, and arrested the guy.

How did the police explain their inaction, CLOBAZAM no rx. CLOBAZAM FOR SALE, The case was “incorrectly closed.” Right. The officer went on to say, About CLOBAZAM, “It shows that when the system works, it works great. The diligence of Mr, CLOBAZAM trusted pharmacy reviews. Kaufman is exactly what we need - people who are engaged and are making an effort to reduce crime.”

No, CLOBAZAM pharmacy, what we need are police who will act on reports. Kaufman was engaged, the police were not.

Now, CLOBAZAM recreational, I understand that police are bogged down. Purchase CLOBAZAM for sale, They have more important things to do than to track down lost wallets or follow up on petty theft reports. But I do not think that it is unreasonable to expect at least some effort, even the smallest amount, online buying CLOBAZAM, in response to theft crimes. Hell, if I were a criminal, I would probably feel like I could get away with anything, so long as I didn't steal from someone too wealthy or influential.

Seriously--when police are given the name and address of someone and proof of the crime committed, even photos of them in the act, but cannot be bothered to do the least that is possible for them--drive over and arrest the person who has been fully identified--then what's the point of even making theft a punishable offense?



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  1. June 4th, 2011 at 21:50 | #1

    Tonight I saw an old episode of the TV show Seinfeld wherein he gives a monologue about being the victim of theft about 18 times, how the first couple of times it’s upsetting and your friends tell you to call the police and you’ve seen police dramas on TV, the manhunts and stakeouts — you assume you’ll see some action. The police come and fill out a form and give you a copy, but unless they’re also going to give a copy to the criminal, it’s not like they’re ever going to crack the case: “It’s not like Batman, where there’s three crooks in the city and everybody pretty much knows who they are.”

  2. Tim Kane
    June 5th, 2011 at 03:08 | #2

    Policeman: We’ll let you know if we find something, Mr. Seinfeld

    Jerry: Do you ever find something?

    Policeman: No.

    Few things in life are not covered in the long run of Seinfeld. Great Show.

    It is remembered as an emblem of those times, which were great indeed.

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