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Hey! You can’t arrest me! I wasn’t smoking—just dealing!

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marijuana_leaf.jpgAdam Curtis Hunter, 18, was arrested in Cookeville, Tenn., in June after smashing his car into a house and passing out nearby. When police arrived and found marijuana and drug paraphernalia, and discussed citing Hunter for driving while intoxicated, Hunter objected. According to the police report quoted in the Cookeville Herald-Citizen, Hunter said they won’t find marijuana “in his blood because he did not smoke it, he just sold it.”

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July 23, 2006 Posted by | Uncategorized | Comments Off on Hey! You can’t arrest me! I wasn’t smoking—just dealing!

Sounds like a good idea to me

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Delaware governor Ruth Ann Minner [has] complained that Homeland Security’s secret telephone hotline to governors, intended for emergency communication, was often tied up by telemarketers, and recommended that the department enter the number onto the government’s Do Not Call registry.

July 23, 2006 Posted by | Uncategorized | 2 Comments

We really have this security stuff nailed down now

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The Washington Times reported in June that a retired New York City police officer had nonchalantly passed through the main security checkpoint at Department of Homeland Security headquarters by showing as his only ID, a long-obsolete Mexican consulate card.

July 23, 2006 Posted by | Uncategorized | Comments Off on We really have this security stuff nailed down now