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(Sun Sentinel)   Man burglarizes home, forgets his ID at the scene. Then he goes home, arranges his loot on a table, and posts pictures to Facebook, making it even easier for police to arrest him   ( divider line 3
    More: Florida, Facebook, plantations, tables, camera system, burglary, closed-circuit television, arrests  
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2014-03-19 02:19:54 PM  
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cig-mkr: WelldeadLink: cig-mkr: FTA: "I don't think they get any dumber than this," he said. "I think this guy was born with no brain at all."

So the guy makes a few mistakes, that's no reason the degrade and humiliate the poor fellow. I'm sure he feels bad enough on his own for being so stupid.

Is he smart enough to feel bad about being stupid?

FTA: "His probation officer had suggested he obtain identification, according to the arrest report."
Well done, probation officer!

That's equates to the old North Carolina defense of: I was too drunk to know I was drunk your honor, I never would have driven if I knew I was drunk.
Yes, it actually was a defense and it worked ! Since been rescinded.

I was in drivers school (aka ticket appeasement school) and some burnout dickwad in the class was adamant that he had a solid defense for going 93 in a school zone.  He told us the judge advised him not to argue his case but he did anyhow.  Judge said "OK, fine, what is your excuse?"  Burnout says "I was going too fast to see the speed limit sign."  His fine instantly went from $500 to almost $1000
2014-03-19 01:17:41 PM  
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Most sophisticated well-planned frame job ever, or the most ridiculous bungling burglar? Not much in between here.
2014-03-19 01:17:38 PM  
1 votes:
"Burglarize"? I think you may mean "burgle."

"Burglarize" sounds like the act of transforming something into a burglar. In this case, a home.
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