We need to ask ourselves whatwent wrong with this caper. She made the same mistake that could get YOU five-to-10 at Con College - she made no effort to cover her tracks.
How could she have covered her tracks? Instead of deleting just the record of someone she knew, she should have deleted a huge horkin' block of them that just happens to contain her friend's record.
That would be much easier to pawn off as an innocent mistake, and nobody would have said a word. Do you think the cops would want it made public knowledge that a few hundred criminal records just disappeared?
This concludes today's edition of American Draka's Crime Tips for Young Crooks. Remember kids, it's only illegal if you get caught!
But in all seriousness, they SHOULD have backups, multiple ones at that. If not, the IT department there sucks balls, and shouldn't be trusted to set up a friggin' Playstation.
I used to work in the IT for a county court way down in South Florida. I hated it! I had moral issues with working for The Man, it was a 45 minute commute (one-way) from Ft Myers, the pay was peanuts, and I had to work with a bunch of dicks. Oh, and I had to wear a frigging tie. A tie! I worked in a darkened room away from the public, and I had to wear a tie. Funk dat!
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