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(Sun Sentinel)   Woman, 70, meets with 'hitman' at Home Depot for help with gardening project -- wanted her daughter-in-law permanently potted six-feet under   ( sun-sentinel.com) divider line
    More: Florida, gardening project, mother-in-law, Diana Reaves Costarakis, Jacksonville Sheriff's Office  
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2013-10-14 11:40:28 AM  
2 votes:
The hit man is ALWAYS a cop.
2013-10-14 11:53:24 AM  
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itsaidwhat: Funny. It's usually the other way around.

Nicely worded subby.

agreed......'til i read the article.  subby stole the headline from the first sentence of the article.

/bad subby
2013-10-14 11:49:30 AM  
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Resident Muslim: Why do I get the feeling the old lady googled "hitman"?

So much bitterness.

From what I gather these things usually go down with someone who obviously has no idea how to find a hitman goes to someone they view as low in society, like an unemployed blue collar guy in a bar on a weekday, to put them in touch with someone of low morals or high desperation to do it. That guy immediately calls the cops who then go undercover to catch the person requesting the hit.
2013-10-14 11:44:04 AM  
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itsaidwhat: Nicely worded subby.

kdawg7736: Good one, Subby.

praise misplaced, unless subby wrote the farking article.

which, maybe, since it's from:  FloriDUH
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