Whatever You Do…

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

….don’t try to horn in on the DEA’s forfeiture fund.

Come on, San Diego. The break room needs a new espresso machine!

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10 Responses to “Whatever You Do…”

  1. #1 |  Balloon Maker | 

    I predict a spree of masked men breaking down doors and shooting dogs in San Diego.

  2. #2 |  Tom | 

    The DEA has got to be stopped. That’s where high school bullies and roiders go

  3. #3 |  TomMil | 

    Make the Government try these cases before a jury of citizens.

  4. #4 |  Boyd Durkin | 

    Stay classy, San Diego! No, seriously, I think it’s cool that they picked up the money.

    Can’t they claim they thought it was Ben Bernanke dropping money from a helicopter as part of the stimulus?

  5. #5 |  Marty | 

    that money was earmarked for the DEAs summer retreat to Tanzania…

  6. #6 |  ChrisD | 

    “The DEA tells News 8 they’ll review police video, news footage and pictures and video clips they’ve received from people who captured the faces and license plate numbers of drivers who stopped on the highway, risking their lives for some quick cash.”

    Leave it to the frickin DEA to spend $300,000 in man hours to collect $30,000 in cash. Another chance to scare the crap out of Joe and Jane Public – how could they turn it down?

  7. #7 |  Omar | 

    Does it make me one of those “want to see the president fail” people that I take great pleasure in watching the DEA fuck up without killing any innocents?

  8. #8 |  MacGregory | 

    Oh well, tough break douchebags. Finders, keepers.
    “I was simply performing a public service by picking up litter.” After all, soon enough thats about all our currency will be anyway.

  9. #9 |  Cappy | 

    It’s not evidence until it’s in the hands of the DEA.

    Funny how the DEA already claims the money is there before a trial was even underway. Guilty until proven innocent, anyone?

  10. #10 |  Gonzo | 

    According to the article, one of the possible charges may include money laundering. How the hell does that work, anyone at all?

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