Corruption of the American Police Force. 3 replies

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BeIthagor

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#1 2 months ago

Greetings.


This is going to be a bit of a rant, however I thought it would be important for me to make a topic.


A while ago I received some cigarettes from Europe, as a gift.


I went outside my Apartment, and upon returning, noticed that they are replaced with similar, but much harsher cigarettes.


The original ones I received are perfectly legal, my friend from Bulgaria researched what quantity she can bring, yet they were confiscated and replaced with complete garbage, similar to the rest of cigarettes sold in the US.


What is your opinion on corruption in America?




MrFancypants Forum Administrator

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#2 2 months ago

Didn't really experience a lot of corruption in the US, but then I have not spent a lot of time there. 


Anyway, seems strange that someone would take the effort of replacing one type of cigarettes with another. Maybe a mixup where a customs officer removes cigarettes from several packages and then replaceses them incorrectly? 




Red Menace Advanced Member

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#3 2 months ago

Wait, you're saying that the government swapped your cigarettes (that were in your house) while you were outside smoking? I think you posted this in the wrong place, bruv.


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Adrian Ţepeş Forum Moderator

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#4 2 months ago


Posted by Red Menace

Wait, you're saying that the government swapped your cigarettes (that were in your house) while you were outside smoking? I think you posted this in the wrong place, bruv.

I totally misread the OP.  I thought he was referring to customs.  Yeah, police don't sneak into your house and replace cigarettes.


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