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December 07, 2012
Hmmm,it does sound to me like something for the Cold Case file.
The blog comments following the story are hilarious.
There's a million ways for convicts to figure out how to get contraband in to prisons. Employees for food vendors have tried to smuggle contraband into prisons before and they'll do it again.
Since this is Roswell it must have been aliens.
i have thought about this since the news broke and i was wondering if that meat packing co in colorado supplied meat to any penal institutions- i mean, its not like this was a smuggling operation of high power, collectable or automatic weapons-just one handgun with rounds to fill it. I can imagine if this company supplied jails or prisons, this might be a good way to get a firearm into the institution. whatta you guys think of my theory?
Even at -40, that is a long time to keep meat. Odd caliber, you hardly ever see 38 super's.
Never mind the gun, but Albertson's is unpacking 18-month old meat to sell? Frozen or not, that's too long.
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