Police Use Entrapment to Arrest Man for Stealingby Ademo Freeman
Jan. 02, 2013
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According to the Union Leader (my favorite paper), located in Manchester, NH, a man was recently arrested for finding some items in an abandoned shopping cart but there’s a twist. Per the Union Leader:
Police sting operations – long the province of undercover drug deals and Internet sex chat rooms – found a home in a South Willow Street parking lot Monday night, when police arrested a Manchester man who threw a purse and DVD player from an unattended shopping cart into the trunk of his car and took off.The article above concludes with a quote by a law professor from the nearby University stating, “The cops can do anything they want. The real arbiter on this is the courts.” Yeah, that’s what college professors are telling students. And if you think that’s crazy it gets a little more freaky after learning Alexander works for the State of New Hampshire selling booze at one of the State owned liquor stores. According to another Union Leader article:
Alexander Ramasci, 23, who works as a part-time clerk at the New Hampshire liquor store in Hooksett, said his hopes for a higher-paying, full-time job have also been put on hold. Ramasci was charged with misdemeanor theft Monday, after he took a purse and electronic consumer good from an unattended shopping cart and put them in the trunk of his car.Sounds like Alexander took a job with the wrong state department. Had Alexander been a cop instead of a clerk of the state he would have gotten paid vacation for breaking the law. Oh and he would have been the guy setting people up and not being set up. Guess the Manchester Police aren’t as concerned with protecting other state employees besides their own. What are your thoughts?
Hat tip on this story goes to “Joe” who sent it in via CopBlock.org’s submission tab.
Ademo Freeman is an advocate for a voluntary society, one where people are free to live their lives so long as they don't initiate force on others. By using a camera and blogs he hope to spread the message of voluntarism. Ademo has also been involved with other projects such as the MotorhomeDiaries.com, FreeKeene.com and LibertyOnTour.com