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2013-06-29 10:39:38 PM  
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Having a photographic memory as a police officer is easy. If the suspect is a minority, you saw them committing the crime. Duh.
2013-06-29 09:05:34 PM  
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Record Head Bednar unavailable for comment.
2013-06-29 08:49:22 PM  
1 vote:
no such thing as a photographic memory
2013-06-29 08:46:30 PM  
1 vote:
One cop out of the whole force has the ability to remember faces years later and catch wanted persons -> "That's amazing!"

An entire police force employes technology to recognize faces in public and alert when it finds wanted person -> "GAH BIG BROTHER!"
2013-06-29 08:37:42 PM  
1 vote:
I wonder if he is the sort of Law Enforcement Officer whose memory weakens when it comes to his fellow officers.
2013-06-29 08:36:01 PM  
1 vote:
...and his assistant: MC Clap Yo Handz.

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