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Source: Yahoo News
March 23, 2011
Cinco De Mayo.. Now that's clever Det.
I hope the Fed's take this seriously. Maybe they should be treated as spies.
I heard that they asked the group when the Marine Corps birthday was and they said "Cinco De Mayo?"
It is a federal felony to inpersonate a solider in time of war.
I think this plan was doomed to failure from the start:
1) They didn't use a miltary vehicle. Instead they used one with phony US government plates.
2) Each of the 13 "marines" had the name Perez on their uniform.
no puede solucionar estúpido ~ You can't fix stupid
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