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(Courier-Journal)   It's hard to deny putting a hit on your ex-husband when there's video of it   (courier-journal.com) divider line 31
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2013-10-05 01:15:30 AM
See what happens when they shut down Silk Road?
 
2013-10-05 01:18:25 AM
Is it just me, or would anyone with half a brain at any point realize that this is obviously a police sting.   $1000 for a hit, sounds like the going professional hitman rate.

What a moron.
 
2013-10-05 01:19:03 AM
Not if you're a republican, subby.
 
2013-10-05 01:25:16 AM
people who are cops:
14 year old girls on the internet who wanna get freaky with your fat 40 year old self
the guy who claims to be a 'hitman' when you don't have heavy mafia connections
 
2013-10-05 01:29:30 AM
I love how the cop's face is all carefully pixelated in the video, but you can see him perfectly clearly before it starts to play.
 
2013-10-05 01:31:55 AM
She'll get five years max
 
2013-10-05 01:34:06 AM
There seems to be a real lack of professionals taking advantage of market demand.
 
2013-10-05 01:35:38 AM
Damn is that woman dumb.  Low hanging fruit there Lou.
 
2013-10-05 01:39:38 AM
All these stories makes me wonder how often these people are successful, and how many unsolved murders are actually hits.
 
2013-10-05 01:45:28 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: All these stories makes me wonder how often these people are successful, and how many unsolved murders are actually hits.


This was my initial thought, but I think the cops might try REALLY hard to sting these things to prevent them from happening more often.

It does seem to be their favorite video taped stingamabob.
 
2013-10-05 01:45:41 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: All these stories makes me wonder how often these people are successful, and how many unsolved murders are actually hits.


You ask a lot of questions, Mr Single-Proxy
 
2013-10-05 02:07:19 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: All these stories makes me wonder how often these people are successful, and how many unsolved murders are actually hits.


Not to mention how many heart attacks were actually hits? It doesn't take much to open someone's sugar packet and put ricin in it (although how would they close it?)
 
2013-10-05 02:08:13 AM
It baffles me how all this information, names of everyone involved, and the video, ends up in the media- before she is even convicted.  There is no assumption of innocence until proven guilty.  Video or not, it is the principle of the matter.
 
2013-10-05 02:09:04 AM

Neeps: I love how the cop's face is all carefully pixelated in the video, but you can see him perfectly clearly before it starts to play.


That also made me laugh. Affiliate news sites and their content is often like the bargain bin at wal mart. You don't want it, you don't need it, but you're gonna keep digging, lookin' fer hope and hopin' fer gold.
 
2013-10-05 02:21:27 AM

filter: It baffles me how all this information, names of everyone involved, and the video, ends up in the media- before she is even convicted.  There is no assumption of innocence until proven guilty.  Video or not, it is the principle of the matter.


how exactly did this video end up in the hands of the local media? i'm leaning towards shenanigans, or else the police are way more loose with evidence like this than i've been led to believe. this video being leaked to the Louisville Courier-Journal seems a much bigger story than some woman wanting some people dead.
 
2013-10-05 02:24:18 AM

filter: It baffles me how all this information, names of everyone involved, and the video, ends up in the media- before she is even convicted. There is no assumption of innocence until proven guilty. Video or not, it is the principle of the matter.


When there's a video of you clearly committing the crime, it's kind of a preponderance of evidence. While she's technically innocent, it's quite clear to everyone that she is guilty. So technically she is to be referred to by name as "the accused", but soon enough she will plead guilty to the charges.
 
2013-10-05 03:05:03 AM

proteus_b: filter: It baffles me how all this information, names of everyone involved, and the video, ends up in the media- before she is even convicted. There is no assumption of innocence until proven guilty. Video or not, it is the principle of the matter.

When there's a video of you clearly committing the crime, it's kind of a preponderance of evidence. While she's technically innocent, it's quite clear to everyone that she is guilty. So technically she is to be referred to by name as "the accused", but soon enough she will plead guilty to the charges.


Sure- but do trial occur in the media? Or in courtrooms? American justice is a farce.

My landlord had his name and photo in the media when he was accused of pedophilia. In some countries, they won't publicly name the convicted.

If they really believed in innocence until proven guilty, they wait until a proper conviction before ruining lives.
 
2013-10-05 03:05:51 AM

you are a puppet: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: All these stories makes me wonder how often these people are successful, and how many unsolved murders are actually hits.

Not to mention how many heart attacks were actually hits? It doesn't take much to open someone's sugar packet and put ricin in it (although how would they close it?)


Shouldn't be  that hard.  If it's paper, steam it open, add your contaminant, then glue it shut.  Or just cut it close to a sealed edge, add your stuff, then re-glue it along the new edge.  It'll be a bit shorter but, with only one packet, the slightly shorter package won't stand out.  (Yes, I'm pretty sure we all watched that episode recently.)
 
2013-10-05 03:38:57 AM

keytronic: $1000 for a hit, sounds like the going professional hitman rate.



A hitman is someone who kills for money.  You can start your hitman career today, but bagging that first client can be very difficult when you don't have a proven track record.  Build your reputation up with an introductory rate that makes your services more accessible.  Remember, if you want to make it to the top, you have to be willing to do whatever it takes, even if that means long, thankless hours and dealing with clients who are unfamiliar with the trade.  With hits being outsourced to developing markets on websites like eHit.com and oGun.com, you might even have trouble making it as an entry level hitman in countries with a high cost of living.  Don't fret: if you have the tenacity of a CEO and the morals of a banker, there is a very real chance that you can quit your day job and become your own boss.
 
2013-10-05 04:25:26 AM

Memes Ate My Balls: keytronic: $1000 for a hit, sounds like the going professional hitman rate.


A hitman is someone who kills for money.  You can start your hitman career today, but bagging that first client can be very difficult when you don't have a proven track record.  Build your reputation up with an introductory rate that makes your services more accessible.  Remember, if you want to make it to the top, you have to be willing to do whatever it takes, even if that means long, thankless hours and dealing with clients who are unfamiliar with the trade.  With hits being outsourced to developing markets on websites like eHit.com and oGun.com, you might even have trouble making it as an entry level hitman in countries with a high cost of living.  Don't fret: if you have the tenacity of a CEO and the morals of a banker, there is a very real chance that you can quit your day job and become your own boss.


Your offer intrigues me. One question, do I need to be Italian for a successful career?
 
2013-10-05 04:26:23 AM

Notabunny: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: All these stories makes me wonder how often these people are successful, and how many unsolved murders are actually hits.

You ask a lot of questions, Mr Single-Proxy


Most criminals are really dumb. Most people can't keep their mouths shut. That's how most crimes get solved, ask any cop.
 
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2013-10-05 04:48:02 AM

keytronic: Is it just me, or would anyone with half a brain at any point realize that this is obviously a police sting.   $1000 for a hit, sounds like the going professional hitman rate.

What a moron.


www.tomamusica.com
Dirty Jeans and the Thunder Jeep
 
2013-10-05 05:09:59 AM

Lady Indica: Notabunny: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: All these stories makes me wonder how often these people are successful, and how many unsolved murders are actually hits.

You ask a lot of questions, Mr Single-Proxy

Most criminals are really dumb. Most people can't keep their mouths shut. That's how most crimes get solved, ask any cop.


This is fact- no need for CSI style technology. Friend is a homicide detective and the stories she tells-- like a suspect losing his release at the crime scene.
 
2013-10-05 05:26:26 AM

Memes Ate My Balls: keytronic: $1000 for a hit, sounds like the going professional hitman rate.


A hitman is someone who kills for money.  You can start your hitman career today, but bagging that first client can be very difficult when you don't have a proven track record.  Build your reputation up with an introductory rate that makes your services more accessible.  Remember, if you want to make it to the top, you have to be willing to do whatever it takes, even if that means long, thankless hours and dealing with clients who are unfamiliar with the trade.  With hits being outsourced to developing markets on websites like eHit.com and oGun.com, you might even have trouble making it as an entry level hitman in countries with a high cost of living.  Don't fret: if you have the tenacity of a CEO and the morals of a banker, there is a very real chance that you can quit your day job and become your own boss.


It's always better to join a consortium prior to going out on your own, however.  By the time you're actually solo, you'll be asking a minimum of five figures so it's either a crack head or a cop offering to do things for less.  But prior, it's best just to take the jobs you're given; much safer, too.
 
2013-10-05 07:16:57 AM

WhoGAS: Memes Ate My Balls: keytronic: $1000 for a hit, sounds like the going professional hitman rate.


A hitman is someone who kills for money.  You can start your hitman career today, but bagging that first client can be very difficult when you don't have a proven track record.  Build your reputation up with an introductory rate that makes your services more accessible.  Remember, if you want to make it to the top, you have to be willing to do whatever it takes, even if that means long, thankless hours and dealing with clients who are unfamiliar with the trade.  With hits being outsourced to developing markets on websites like eHit.com and oGun.com, you might even have trouble making it as an entry level hitman in countries with a high cost of living.  Don't fret: if you have the tenacity of a CEO and the morals of a banker, there is a very real chance that you can quit your day job and become your own boss.

It's always better to join a consortium prior to going out on your own, however.  By the time you're actually solo, you'll be asking a minimum of five figures so it's either a crack head or a cop offering to do things for less.  But prior, it's best just to take the jobs you're given; much safer, too.


I never really understood why they make the hitman profession seem so alluring and indicative of wealth... I never had much luck with it.  The clientele are far and few between, and are often extremely erratic.   It was much easier to simply kill random people and take their stuff.  At least, with todays technology.

/Thanks eBay!
 
2013-10-05 12:03:34 PM

Surool: Not if you're a republican, subby.


Really? Sure you wanna go there? Let's review ...
 
2013-10-05 01:33:50 PM
the801: people who are cops:
14 year old girls on the internet who wanna get freaky with your fat 40 year old self
the guy who claims to be a 'hitman' when you don't have heavy mafia connections


THIS
 
2013-10-05 02:47:15 PM

proteus_b: While she's technically innocent, it's quite clear to everyone that she is guilty.


"Technically innocent" is most definitely NOT the best kind of innocent.
 
2013-10-05 03:18:03 PM
Clemkadidlefark: Sucker!
 
2013-10-06 03:14:15 AM

Clemkadidlefark: Surool: Not if you're a republican, subby.

Really? Sure you wanna go there? Let's review ...


Clinton couldn't even get away with a BJ from an intern. Remove your foil hat, after you extract you head from your ass.
 
2013-10-06 05:55:42 AM

filter: Clemkadidlefark: Surool: Not if you're a republican, subby.

Really? Sure you wanna go there? Let's review ...

Clinton couldn't even get away with a BJ from an intern. Remove your foil hat, after you extract you head from your ass.


Don't bother. Any imbecile who would start to argue over such obvious snark isn't worth the derp they spew.
 
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