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July 26, 2012, 05:59:38 PM
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The title says it all, I hope. Discussing legal options and tactics in public is not a good idea. Serious matters are unfolding for some, from victims of theft to the thieves, with potentially serious consequences. If you've got a public statement to make, carefully think it through, then go ahead.

However, any exclusive information and any legal (or illegal!) advice you feel sharing should not be shared in public, as thieves are watching and planning accordingly.

I've noticed posts discussing options for asset protection, knives, broken legs, laundering, dealing with the police, and very specific court tactics. Some of these may be genuine good-hearted effort, some of it is thieves spreading FUD. Both help assholes get away with stolen goods.

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July 26, 2012, 06:04:31 PM
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I've noticed posts discussing options for asset protection, knives, broken legs, laundering, dealing with the police, and very specific court tactics. Some of these may be genuine good-hearted effort, some of it is thieves spreading FUD. Both help assholes get away with stolen goods.


Here is a simple legal advice: stop yapping and talk to your lawyers. It might help assholes get away, but it also help innocent protect themsleves.

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