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(NBC Washington)   DC Man defects to Russia rather than face a DUI   ( nbcwashington.com) divider line
    More: Dumbass, DWI, Russia, Russians, russian embassy, Highlander, SUV, Charles L. Worley  
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2012-10-26 08:53:33 AM  
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Tat'dGreaser: When the Secret Service arrived at the scene, they explained to Russian Security Forces the situation. It then took about 90 minutes of negotiating before they turned the man over to U.S. authorities.

I like how they had to negotiate for that long to have a drunken guy who had no idea what he was doing, turned over.

Likely took 90 minutes for the button-guardian (he who protects the button that raises the barrier, and lowers the barrier) to find the appropriate person to wake up to authorise handing the guy over, then for that person to sit and make sure it's OK, to wake-up their superior, and for their superior to swear for a few minutes as he was getting head from some really good hooker, and do you have any farking idea Viri how much these American girls cost? Then he has to make sure the embassy lawyer doesn't care, wait till the american moron drunk is given all of his relative rights etc. and have the chance to request asylum etc. then hand him over to the american police...
2012-10-26 09:17:36 AM  
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A Marvel man would never have fled.
2012-10-26 08:30:16 AM  
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2012-10-26 08:28:46 AM  
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I hope he doesn't come back some day and kill Kennedy.
2012-10-26 08:28:11 AM  
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The man then surprised police by hopping the fence of the embassy -- one of the most secure embassy compounds in Washington.

It wasn't that secure if a drunk man can hop the fence and be in there. I used to live in the neighborhood in the 70's as a kid and remember when they built it. Back in the cold war it was kind of an imposing place. It's not on Embassy Row like the other embassies, it's in a residential neighborhood with middle class small houses, so kind of an odd location for an embassy.
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