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Criminal simulation (1) Fri, Feb 27, 2009
A man in Tennessee was arrested for trying to use counterfeit money to buy fake OxyContin pills from an undercover police officer.  In other words, nothing happened.  No real drugs were bought or sold, and no money was exchanged in the process.  The cops disagreed and charged the guy with "criminal simulation" (notice the lack of a "t", dirty birdies), which also sounds like nothing happened.  By "simulating" a crime, doesn't that mean no crime is actually committed?  This whole case is perplexing. #entertainment

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Oops! Tue, Mar 03, 2009
This is like the time a girl on my floor freshman year of college bought Ecstacy Pills from an undercover cop. However, she paid for them with a personal check, and since it bounced, she never got in trouble, having never paid for or "bought" the drugs! lol


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