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2012-11-02 08:12:35 PM
Car washers know what narcs find funny.
 
2012-11-02 08:19:41 PM
drugs in Cmdr. Cheryl Doubt's car

It's beyond a resonable doubt how it got there
 
2012-11-02 08:37:39 PM
If, and I say IF this is true, this is the reason why the police departments in cities of any size have social media and represenation policies when off duty. They don't want you making it public knowledge that you work where you work, and advertising it for this reason - among other things.

They also don't want it to get in the news when you make a flagrent dick of yourself, and decide to play the "I'm a cop" card to get off. The Memphis Police Department is learning that lesson, in a very painful manner, right now thanks to a few of their idiots behaving VERY badly off duty.
 
2012-11-02 09:24:27 PM
LOL, I got stoned and left my free perks weed in the car. We won't name the car wash because we're full of sh*t but we're sure to make an arrest here real quick.
 
2012-11-02 09:27:44 PM

AbbeySomeone: LOL, I got stoned and left my free perks weed in the car. We won't name the car wash because we're full of sh*t but we're sure to make an arrest here real quick.


Simple way to solve this. Make him take a Quantitative Hair Assay for THC. It'll differentiate him from being toke-toke-pass, and busting a grow house.
 
2012-11-02 09:43:39 PM
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The police officials in question
 
2012-11-02 09:48:00 PM

BronyMedic: AbbeySomeone: LOL, I got stoned and left my free perks weed in the car. We won't name the car wash because we're full of sh*t but we're sure to make an arrest here real quick.

Simple way to solve this. Make him take a Quantitative Hair Assay for THC. It'll differentiate him from being toke-toke-pass, and busting a grow house.


Those tests can trace back everything that has been in your system for awhile. I had one. Not cheap. I got stoned last year but I am a two hit wonder and it didn't show. Wasn't worried but the analysis was interesting.
 
2012-11-02 09:56:33 PM

AbbeySomeone: BronyMedic: AbbeySomeone: LOL, I got stoned and left my free perks weed in the car. We won't name the car wash because we're full of sh*t but we're sure to make an arrest here real quick.

Simple way to solve this. Make him take a Quantitative Hair Assay for THC. It'll differentiate him from being toke-toke-pass, and busting a grow house.

Those tests can trace back everything that has been in your system for awhile. I had one. Not cheap. I got stoned last year but I am a two hit wonder and it didn't show. Wasn't worried but the analysis was interesting.


The article isn't very informative, but it sounds like they have something more to go on, at least I'd hope, then just this officer's word on the matter. Chances are they've got fingerprints, or a witness admitting to it. Frankly, if I found a bag of pot in the back of my car, there's no way in hell I'd do anything but lock the thing up and call the cops. Yeah, it sucks that a harmless drug is illegal, but the law is arbitrary.

At any rate, I foresee a distinct drop in income for the contracted company that was involved in this when the city yanks their contract for this.
 
NFA [TotalFark]
2012-11-02 10:49:57 PM
It's not possible for a law enforcement officer to commit a crime.
 
2012-11-02 10:54:59 PM

NFA: It's not possible for a law enforcement officer to commit a crime.


Where did anyone say that? Stop being ridiculously hyperbolic.
 
2012-11-02 11:29:11 PM
Somehow I have the feeling "the guys at the car wash left it in my car" wouldn't work as an excuse if you aren't a cop.
 
2012-11-02 11:50:21 PM

timujin: Somehow I have the feeling "the guys at the car wash left it in my car" wouldn't work as an excuse if you aren't a cop.


Simple steps to handle drugs when they're not yours.

Step 1: Don't touch the farking bag. Actually, don't touch a damned thing.
Step 2: Lock the car and call the cops.
Step 3: Don't say a farking word to the cops, and immediately demand a lawyer if they attempt to arrest you.

One of our local firefighters bought his kid a car in a police auction that was seized in a drug bust. Two months later, she was having body work done on the car when they found bricks of Mary Jane in the side panels in a false compartment.
 
NFA [TotalFark]
2012-11-02 11:55:06 PM

BronyMedic: Where did anyone say that? Stop being ridiculously hyperbolic.


Do you ever read the paper? Do you ever read the news? Time and time and time and time again, police officers commit crimes and literally walk away from them. It is literally a rarity that a police officer receives a sentence equal to the average citizen on the street. Police officers are literally held above the law in virtually every instance. They kill, rob, rape, etc. and are allowed to resign from their jobs without being charged. If you were a store clerk and raped or robbed a fellow employee would the penalty of simply resigning from your job be appropriate?


Officers not accountable

THEN THERE IS OFFICER BOSQUE.....
Officer Bosque

In Florida when a police officer was pulled over for driving 120 MPH in his personal vehicle and running from a police officer, what happened? The arresting officer's LT went public an admonished the arresting officer asking that no other police officers take similar actions against fellow officers.

In Washington state a police officer beat an unarmed man to death. At his trial (again a rarity) his defense was that he felt threatened by the empty plastic soda bottle the man held in his hand. When he was actually sentenced for his crime of a violating the man's civil rights (again a true rarity) his fellow officers distrupted the court by standing at attention and saluting him. When he was lead from the court house after being sentenced for a civil rights violation instead of murdering another human being the bailif refused to handcuff him and he walked from the court house unrestrained. How many average citizens have you ever seen be sent to jail without handcuffs?

In Maryland when a man and his wife left a hospital before a doctor released them, the police came to their home. The police came to their door and asked to come inside. The man said no and closed the door. The police officer kicked in the door ran towards the unarmed man who picked up a plastic lawn chair to block the officer. The officer drew his weapon and shot him in the face. As the man turned to flee, the shooting the officer shot him in the back in his own home. The local police deemed the shooting good and the officers faced no disciplinary action.

In Maryland a man was driving recklessly by doing wheelies with his motorcycle. When he was pulled over and stopped to receive his ticket, an off duty police officer in an unmarked car quickly approached the motorcyclist with his handgun drawn pointing it at the motorcyclist. The motorcyclist was wearing a helmet camera and recorded the event and put it on Youtube. The police then promptly arrested the man for wiretapping, a felony with a penalty of 10 years in prison. His crime? Videoing a police officer in a public place who was using excessive force. The police raided his home, confiscated his computers and ransacked his possessions. Not because of the reckless driving but because of a youtube video. Later a judge threw out the officer's charge of wiretapping as "ridiculous".

Police in Texas where caught shaking down tourists and taking their jewelry and cash. When they protested the shake downs they were told that they would be charged for conspiracy to traffic drugs if they didn't willingly give up their property. NONE of the drivers possessed drugs or contraband. they were simply driving valuable cars. A portion of the money confiscated then when to police officers as bonuses. So the more they stole from innocent citizens the more they got paid. Not only were the officers not charged with crimes they were given bonuses.

It is very uncommon that police officers are held accountable.
 
2012-11-03 12:23:39 AM
Test the cop's blood.

All of it.
 
2012-11-03 01:07:14 AM

NFA: Do you ever read the paper? Do you ever read the news? Time and time and time and time again, police officers commit crimes and literally walk away from them. It is literally a rarity that a police officer receives a sentence equal to the average citizen on the street. Police officers are literally held above the law in virtually every instance. They kill, rob, rape, etc. and are allowed to resign from their jobs without being charged. If you were a store clerk and raped or robbed a fellow employee would the penalty of simply resigning from your job be appropriate?


Look, I get it, right? All of those pigs are corrupt fascists just waiting to rape and murder you for the five bucks you have in your pocket. They're all evil power-hungry monster criminals who make the Joker look like a choir girl.

The only difference is that the average citizen doesn't end up in the news unless he shoots an 88 magnum through a school.
 
2012-11-03 04:15:22 AM
I knew a dude who used to wash cop cars. He never paid for weed... got as much as he needed from under the back seat, stuffed down in the crack between the seat and the seat back.
 
2012-11-03 04:16:37 AM

BronyMedic: NFA: Do you ever read the paper? Do you ever read the news? Time and time and time and time again, police officers commit crimes and literally walk away from them. It is literally a rarity that a police officer receives a sentence equal to the average citizen on the street. Police officers are literally held above the law in virtually every instance. They kill, rob, rape, etc. and are allowed to resign from their jobs without being charged. If you were a store clerk and raped or robbed a fellow employee would the penalty of simply resigning from your job be appropriate?

Look, I get it, right? All of those pigs are corrupt fascists just waiting to rape and murder you for the five bucks you have in your pocket. They're all evil power-hungry monster criminals who make the Joker look like a choir girl.

The only difference is that the average citizen doesn't end up in the news unless he shoots an 88 magnum through a school.BronyMedic: NFA: It's not possible for a law enforcement officer to commit a crime.

Where did anyone say that? Stop being ridiculously hyperbolic.

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ROFLMAO how's that workin' out for ya chiefie?

 
2012-11-03 04:23:03 AM

DrPainMD: I knew a dude who used to wash cop cars. He never paid for weed... got as much as he needed from under the back seat, stuffed down in the crack between the seat and the seat back.


Dude, how long ago was that. Most of them look like this now:

www.fleetsafety.com

All the local cars look like that so they can just hose out the back when someone pisses/bleeds all over it.

willfullyobscure: ROFLMAO how's that workin' out for ya chiefie?


Why are you calling out the mascot of the Cleveland Indians?

rnishi.files.wordpress.com

Or are you actually assuming that I'm going to take anyone seriously who tells me all cops are really closet criminals. For that matter, do you think I'm going to take anyone equally seriously who claims that cops are all moral paragons?
 
2012-11-03 04:30:18 AM
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Yeah, that's the ticket!
 
2012-11-03 04:38:43 AM
No pot-smoker would part with weed just for a practical joke, especially not one making $8 an hour at a carwash.
 
2012-11-03 04:40:12 AM

REO-Weedwagon: No pot-smoker would part with weed just for a practical joke, especially not one making $8 an hour at a carwash.


Fully agree. The two possibilities here are:

1) This person is lying through their teeth.
2) This was malicious.
 
2012-11-03 04:45:49 AM

BronyMedic: REO-Weedwagon: No pot-smoker would part with weed just for a practical joke, especially not one making $8 an hour at a carwash.

Fully agree. The two possibilities here are:

1) This person is lying through their teeth.
2) This was malicious.


If it was malicious they would have used the crack cocaines. This is a case of yet another drug warrior getting off on being a total hypocrite and being 'above the law'.

/dollars to donuts
//get it?
///wish I had a union that protected me from drug tests
 
2012-11-03 04:46:46 AM

REO-Weedwagon: No pot-smoker would part with weed just for a practical joke, especially not one making $8 an hour at a carwash.


Came to say this.

While there are a lot of incredibly stupid people in this world, we'd have to believe that some minimum wage slave was willing to risk not only the expense of his pot, but the risk that someone would figure out what happened and he would go to jail.

No, this officer forgot to take her marijuana out of the car. When the car came back from the car wash, some other cop found the weed and reported it. The chief couldn't just say, "Oh, that's mine, sorry", so she came up with this cockamamie explanation. Then, some idiot reporter who wouldn't know how to investigate a story if it came with instructions and video simply repeated what the cops told him.
 
2012-11-03 04:47:54 AM

lewismarktwo:
///wish I had a union that protected me from drug tests


You do,

you just need to move to Colorado and get a job with them.
 
2012-11-03 04:50:48 AM
You know how I know you're lying?

You're a cop.
 
2012-11-03 04:52:26 AM

lewismarktwo: If it was malicious they would have used the crack cocaines. This is a case of yet another drug warrior getting off on being a total hypocrite and being 'above the law'.


Not really. Crack rock is a way to destroy someone's life. The penalties for possession or distribution of any quantity at all carry some pretty disproportionally stiff sentencing and monitary penalties. First time possession of marijuana in a small quantity that can't be explained away? You're probibly not going to jail for that. You'll likely get diversion. But your career as a Law Enforcement officer in a large city department, once the incident is leaked to the media, is over. You're either going to be asked to resign if not sent to disciplinary committee to begin firing processes, or on the magic chance you keep your job, you're going to be relegated somewhere with large amounts of records surrounding you.

lewismarktwo: ///wish I had a union that protected me from drug tests


Wait, what? What union does this? Any modern municipal department is going to have a policy on mandatory drug testing under reasonable suspicion, or termination. If you even so much as trip on a curb and get a scratch here they make you piss in a cup.
 
2012-11-03 04:53:35 AM

DrPainMD: I knew a dude who used to wash cop cars. He never paid for weed... got as much as he needed from under the back seat, stuffed down in the crack between the seat and the seat back.


Fnorgby by proxy.
 
2012-11-03 04:57:33 AM

BronyMedic: lewismarktwo: If it was malicious they would have used the crack cocaines. This is a case of yet another drug warrior getting off on being a total hypocrite and being 'above the law'.

Not really. Crack rock is a way to destroy someone's life. The penalties for possession or distribution of any quantity at all carry some pretty disproportionally stiff sentencing and monitary penalties. First time possession of marijuana in a small quantity that can't be explained away? You're probibly not going to jail for that. You'll likely get diversion. But your career as a Law Enforcement officer in a large city department, once the incident is leaked to the media, is over. You're either going to be asked to resign if not sent to disciplinary committee to begin firing processes, or on the magic chance you keep your job, you're going to be relegated somewhere with large amounts of records surrounding you.

lewismarktwo: ///wish I had a union that protected me from drug tests

Wait, what? What union does this? Any modern municipal department is going to have a policy on mandatory drug testing under reasonable suspicion, or termination. If you even so much as trip on a curb and get a scratch here they make you piss in a cup.


Not sure if you know the meaning of malicious or not...

And they're protected from random screenings. Also, many drug cops are given leeway if they test positive because 'all the exposure to drugs'.
 
2012-11-03 04:59:28 AM

BronyMedic: REO-Weedwagon: No pot-smoker would part with weed just for a practical joke, especially not one making $8 an hour at a carwash.

Fully agree. The two possibilities here are:

1) This person is lying through their teeth.
2) This was malicious.


I also agree, and while I don't believe all cops are secret criminals, I do believe that people in all walks of life consume marijuana and that head of a department would certainly falsify some paperwork to prevent anything that might negatively effect their positioning and/or staff.

They should do a blood/hair test on the whole department and any of them at fail should be charged to the fullest extent of the drug laws. I've often made the argument that if the penalty for assaulting an officer is more then assaulting a civilian, then all laws that an officer breaks show be punish harsher then any equal offenses done by a civilian. (all men are equal, except the ones with badges, they more protected.)
 
2012-11-03 05:01:25 AM

lewismarktwo: Not sure if you know the meaning of malicious or not...


Just because you want to get a promotion that someone else is up for, doesn't mean you want to send them to Club Fed for 20 years as the next Pablo Escobar. Subtlety, man.

It's why you use ex-lax in the cupcakes, rather than arsenic.

lewismarktwo: And they're protected from random screenings. Also, many drug cops are given leeway if they test positive because 'all the exposure to drugs'


Who are they. I piss in a cup twice a year at random, and once I get called I have 12 hours to report to the local jail or I'm fired. I also have to bring the script with me that explains why I'll pop positive for amphetamines.

Simple solution to the last part, though. If there is suspicion, require a Quantitative Hair Assay. If they pop for chronic use on it, kick their asses off.
 
2012-11-03 05:04:37 AM

BronyMedic: One of our local firefighters bought his kid a car in a police auction that was seized in a drug bust.


They seized an entire police auction? Sweet haul.
 
2012-11-03 05:10:15 AM
 
2012-11-03 05:27:22 AM

BronyMedic: AbbeySomeone: BronyMedic: AbbeySomeone: LOL, I got stoned and left my free perks weed in the car. We won't name the car wash because we're full of sh*t but we're sure to make an arrest here real quick.

Simple way to solve this. Make him take a Quantitative Hair Assay for THC. It'll differentiate him from being toke-toke-pass, and busting a grow house.

Those tests can trace back everything that has been in your system for awhile. I had one. Not cheap. I got stoned last year but I am a two hit wonder and it didn't show. Wasn't worried but the analysis was interesting.

The article isn't very informative, but it sounds like they have something more to go on, at least I'd hope, then just this officer's word on the matter. Chances are they've got fingerprints, or a witness admitting to it. Frankly, if I found a bag of pot in the back of my car, there's no way in hell I'd do anything but lock the thing up and call the cops. Yeah, it sucks that a harmless drug is illegal, but the law is arbitrary.

At any rate, I foresee a distinct drop in income for the contracted company that was involved in this when the city yanks their contract for this.


Ok... Lock it up and call the cops? For real?

6/10

...there was so much bait I had to respond.
 
2012-11-03 05:35:11 AM
Fark that farking pig. The law should be rammed down that motherfarkers throat. Put the farking hypocrite motherfarker in prison.

Or we can change mj laws.

But seriously, the twat cop should be farked as much as possible. He should lose everything over this.
Yes, really.
 
2012-11-03 05:47:00 AM

Sleazy_as_Pie: BronyMedic: AbbeySomeone: BronyMedic: AbbeySomeone: LOL, I got stoned and left my free perks weed in the car. We won't name the car wash because we're full of sh*t but we're sure to make an arrest here real quick.

Simple way to solve this. Make him take a Quantitative Hair Assay for THC. It'll differentiate him from being toke-toke-pass, and busting a grow house.

Those tests can trace back everything that has been in your system for awhile. I had one. Not cheap. I got stoned last year but I am a two hit wonder and it didn't show. Wasn't worried but the analysis was interesting.

The article isn't very informative, but it sounds like they have something more to go on, at least I'd hope, then just this officer's word on the matter. Chances are they've got fingerprints, or a witness admitting to it. Frankly, if I found a bag of pot in the back of my car, there's no way in hell I'd do anything but lock the thing up and call the cops. Yeah, it sucks that a harmless drug is illegal, but the law is arbitrary.

At any rate, I foresee a distinct drop in income for the contracted company that was involved in this when the city yanks their contract for this.

Ok... Lock it up and call the cops? For real?

6/10

...there was so much bait I had to respond.


Telling someone to lock the car door and not touch it till the cops get there is trollbait?
 
2012-11-03 05:49:21 AM
umm, actually, that was my baggie.

sorry for all the fuss.

Can i have it back?
 
2012-11-03 06:00:23 AM
I find it hard to believe that someone who works at a car wash would mess around with the cops like that. First off, it'd be traced back to them so easy, and second, they'd have zero leverage in such a situation. I mean, you can make the case that a stoner working at the car wash might not be the brightest bulb, and that's a valid argument, but to get away thinking of that as a great prank you've got to be more than just stupid.

Maybe everyone at the department and the car wash is chummy and go drinking together off work. That could account for some idiot taking things too far, assuming they were part of the gang or something.
 
2012-11-03 06:10:28 AM
Another druggie scum gets what's coming to them. Cry me a river.
 
2012-11-03 06:29:14 AM
On the bright side, some innocent person wont have drugs planted on them this weekend.
 
2012-11-03 06:49:33 AM
$6,000,000 street value at that!
 
2012-11-03 07:25:12 AM

drewogatory: Madbassist1: BronyMedic: Telling someone to lock the car door and not touch it till the cops get there is trollbait?

Yes its trollbait cause its the worst farking advice in history, you dumbass. Shame on you. I hope no one in this thread is as stupid as you are.

Agreed. Why on earth you would ever voluntarily involve the police in anything is beyond me.


This must be a regional thing. The Seattle police won't show up for a car wreck unless somebody is injured and I don't know anyone that would call when finding weed in their car. If they did show up for that they'd most likely arrest you for wasting their time.
 
2012-11-03 07:27:53 AM

BronyMedic: timujin: Somehow I have the feeling "the guys at the car wash left it in my car" wouldn't work as an excuse if you aren't a cop.

Simple steps to handle drugs when they're not yours.

Step 1: Don't touch the farking bag. Actually, don't touch a damned thing.
Step 2: Lock the car and call the cops.
Step 3: Don't say a farking word to the cops, and immediately demand a lawyer if they attempt to arrest you.

One of our local firefighters bought his kid a car in a police auction that was seized in a drug bust. Two months later, she was having body work done on the car when they found bricks of Mary Jane in the side panels in a false compartment.


Sure, but there are other scenarios where the cop finds something in your car that you weren't aware was there, rather than you finding it yourself. Not common ones, but I'm just saying that the excuse "um... that's not mine, I've never seen it before" doesn't usually fly.
 
2012-11-03 07:47:51 AM
i cannot believe so much of this thread. where do you folks live that you've never heard of drop bags used to make sure evidence-free arrests have evidence?

part 2: watch as someones cousin/uncle/BIL car wash business gets the po-po contract next time.
 
2012-11-03 07:50:25 AM

BronyMedic: timujin: Somehow I have the feeling "the guys at the car wash left it in my car" wouldn't work as an excuse if you aren't a cop.

Simple steps to handle drugs when they're not yours.

Step 1: Don't touch the farking bag. Actually, don't touch a damned thing. See if anyone is watching you
Step 2: Lock the car and Whatever you do, don't call the cops.
Step 3: Don't say a farking word to the cops anyone you don't trust with your life, and immediately demand a lawyer if they attempt to get rid of the evidence or the cops will arrest you.


LOL. Fixed it for people not wanting a police record.
 
2012-11-03 08:10:21 AM

oukewldave: BronyMedic: timujin: Somehow I have the feeling "the guys at the car wash left it in my car" wouldn't work as an excuse if you aren't a cop.

Simple steps to handle drugs when they're not yours.

Step 1: Don't touch the farking bag. Actually, don't touch a damned thing. See if anyone is watching you
Step 2: Lock the car and Whatever you do, don't call the cops.
Step 3: Don't say a farking word to the cops anyone you don't trust with your life, and immediately demand a lawyer if they attempt to get rid of the evidence or the cops will arrest you.


LOL. Fixed it for people not wanting a police record.


THIS
 
2012-11-03 08:20:24 AM
How many police shows have you seen them search a vehicle, find something, ask the driver
and the driver says "that's not mine, someone else put it there"....gonna believe that?
 
2012-11-03 09:16:43 AM
BronyMedic:DrPainMD: I knew a dude who used to wash cop cars. He never paid for weed... got as much as he needed from under the back seat, stuffed down in the crack between the seat and the seat back.

Dude, how long ago was that. Most of them look like this now:


I used to work at a stereo/electronics shop, and I had to strip a fleet of the city's old police cars and install the equipment in the new cars. In one on them, I found a bag of pot under a rear seat that looked just like the one in your picture. See where the seat belt comes through? That's a rubber gasket that's easily poked through the plastic, making a convenient opening to drop the stash through.

/My boss got to call the police department and ask them to please come pick up their pot.
 
2012-11-03 09:16:54 AM

DrPainMD: I knew a dude who used to wash cop cars. He never paid for weed... got as much as he needed from under the back seat, stuffed down in the crack between the seat and the seat back.


I worked at a car wash after high school.
That car wash had the local state police and county sheriff contract.
The things we would find when pulling up the back seat.

/Wondered years later why the police never checked there?
// They had to know we were getting free dope - maybe hoping to bust us later? That never happened though.
/// One of the guys took a ticket book - we would all have tickets on our cars at the end of the day, signed by all the usual - Stoned Ranger, Ben Dover, etc...

REO-Weedwagon: No pot-smoker would part with weed just for a practical joke, especially not one making $8 an hour at a carwash.


Exactly my thought (read above)
/"Dope will get you through times of no money better than money will get you through times of no dope."-Freewheelin' Franklin
 
2012-11-03 09:21:07 AM
I have a nephew that details cars for a living. Anything he finds under a seat he puts on top of the seats (other than trash) so the owners are able to reclaim their lost possessions when they come to get their car.

You can bet your ass that this is exactly what happened here.
A. Either the cop was not watching while making a bust and the person they were arresting dropped the goods and slipped them under the seat.
B. It was lost during a bust by the officer and had not found in the car since then/
C. The cops personal stash taken off a perp that was allowed to walk after loosing their weed to the cop in exchange.
D. The cop forgot to remove the prepared evidence from the car that is planted in perps cars when they can not find any on their own. 

Since this is Fark C. is generally the right answer.
 
2012-11-03 09:59:02 AM

AbbeySomeone: Simple way to solve this. Make him take a Quantitative Hair Assay for THC. It'll differentiate him from being toke-toke-pass, and busting a grow house.


mainly because once THC has gone thru the liver it gets converted to a specific version of THC. That wouldn't be in your hair if you rolled in marijuana.


long story short ALL police officers, government employees and elected officials need random drug tests. If it is legal for my employer to test me then they too should go under the scope too. That will never happen. If they make welfare recipients do drug tests then our elected officials and police should be required too.
 
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