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(CBS Los Angeles 2)   LA realizes there may be a conflict of interest in using a tagger to remove graffiti   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, BURBANK, conflict of interest, work order  
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2012-11-13 08:50:20 AM  
Police said the ex-employee of Graffiti Protective Coatings defaced various parks more than 100 times and got cash to clean it up.
Medrano reportedly billed the city $2,200.

So, a contractor for the city realized they hired an unscrupulous employee who was defrauding them? Almost the same as the headline says...
2012-11-13 09:01:34 AM  
Best part of the whole article:

A woman later came to the door and said, "What does he have to say for doing something like that... allegedly? Nothing really. Bye."

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2012-11-13 09:03:04 AM  
People who annoy you

/Ohhhh Taggers, right...
2012-11-13 09:07:53 AM  
Makes about as much sense as having your vice president be the guy who runs Halliburton, and that worked out great.
2012-11-13 09:24:53 AM  
I don't understannd. How is hiring someone who puts tags on clothing going to cause a problem and why would they hire such a person to do something like this anyway......
2012-11-13 09:33:20 AM  
Guy was 53 years old. What did he write? F*ck Nixon?
2012-11-13 09:35:31 AM  
Inspected by number 12
2012-11-13 10:39:14 AM  

Now write it down 100 times.
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