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(Washington Post)   Thief who stole a bag of cold cuts from a deli tells cops he was just holding it for a friend. Police: That's a lot of baloney   ( divider line
    More: Unlikely, cold cuts  
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192 clicks; posted to Business » on 08 Sep 2012 at 5:49 AM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-09-08 07:41:34 AM  
Well, considering that Boar's Head stuff is worth it's weight in gold at this point, can you blame him?
2012-09-08 08:14:35 AM
2012-09-08 10:28:06 AM  
Banker stealing millions: not even a slap

Hungry person stealing food: hard prison time
2012-09-08 12:53:58 PM

/who's laughing now?
2012-09-08 02:29:19 PM  
Meanwhile, the embezzler and the white collar conman walked right by, brazenly saying goodbye to the cops on his way out the door..
2012-09-09 03:53:47 AM  
Let's get to the meat of the matter; [stupid spelling of Presidential candidates name]
2012-09-09 09:27:46 PM  
Oh I see. A poor innocent guy has a few drinks to forget about his poverty, and all of a sudden an unscrupulous couple rob a nearby deli. Getting whatever ill-gotten gain their own evil hearts desired, the nefarious couple then proceed to frame this innocent gentlemen by pretending to be in need of a cigarette and pretending to be grateful enough to recompense him with a bag of fresh meat, as street people often do.
Yup. All a set up.
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