How to Reduce Jail Time Through Cold Case Disclosure — Totseans

How to Reduce Jail Time Through Cold Case Disclosure

-SpectraL-SpectraL Will Faggert
edited January 2011 in Man Cave
removed

reason: to protest open censure without cause elsewhere on the board

Comments

  • ILTST9ILTST9 Regular
    edited January 2011
    In the book Confessions of a Master Jewel Thief, the guy got busted for one thing, so he arranged a deal that if he closed all the cases he was involved with hed get a relatively light sentence. After he did, they raged because they had no clue about all he had done, but had to give him immunity anyway. Good trick.
  • edited January 2011
    COOPERATORS DIE
    NO EXCEPTIONS
    nigga u aint never been on the streets before nigga id cut ur throat nigga in a damn second nigga u wack ur thread wack
  • AmieAmie Regular
    edited January 2011
    COOPERATORS DIE
    NO EXCEPTIONS
    nigga u aint never been on the streets before nigga id cut ur throat nigga in a damn second nigga u wack ur thread wack

    Everybody dies, internet tough guy.

    As long as you don't rat out other people and only talk about crimes you committed completely solo, nobody's going to kill you for coöperating with cops.

    Edit: Dammit, gotta read usernames before responding seriously to trolls.
  • edited January 2011
    Amie wrote: »
    Everybody dies, internet tough guy.

    As long as you don't rat out other people and only talk about crimes you committed completely solo, nobody's going to kill you for coöperating with cops.

    Edit: Dammit, gotta read usernames before responding seriously to trolls.

    lulz
  • edited January 2011
    -SpectraL wrote: »
    Surprisingly, this method is used by career criminals on a regular basis. There is no stigma at all attached to cooperating with the police concerning crimes you yourself committed without help. In fact, the ability to manipulate the judicial system is a cause for respect inside the big house.

    You are 15, the biggest house you were in was the juvenile detention facility while your parents decided to wait 3 hours before getting you out to teach you a lesson. This whole thread is worthless.
  • tachosomozatachosomoza Regular
    edited January 2011
    You are 15, the biggest house you were in was the juvenile detention facility while your parents decided to wait 3 hours before getting you out to teach you a lesson. This whole thread is worthless.

    I can vouch for Spec, he's not 15.
  • edited January 2011
    I can vouch for Spec, he's not 15.

    You don't have to make alts every time you want to rim spec.
Sign In or Register to comment.