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[*] posted on 10-24-2017 at 10:31 AM

Quote: Originally posted by BAJA.DESERT.RAT  

AS THE OP, i think it's time to close this as it's getting too far from it's original intent.

thank you,


Boy, your thread is going off the rails now!

But I'm curious, what was the original intent?

To post an anonymous over-the-top, 3rd party shake down report where this women claims her and her husband went through an ordeal, but came out victorious in the end, and recommends to all others, to pull out your cameras, and start shooting photos of a buildings because you can't be stopped.

Does she want to make a bet that she can't be stopped?

I'm sorry, I don't find her report totality credible , especially when she is posting or having her trip report posted on most Baja sites, and Facebook Baja sties, but she refuses to report the incident to the " SINDICATURA" where they could actually do something about it.

In fact I find ELINVESTIG8R's more credible, although I know without a doubt, he was never a police officer, or that he carried an official badge in any law enforcement capacity in the US, although in the early 90's, he had a security guard licence, and gun permit.

Perhaps, he showed the alleged corrupt Mexican cop, his old security guard badge, and with his fluent Spanish speaking ability, he may have been able to pull it off.

I know, that I have told Tijuana cops, that have stopped me, and I suspected of fishing for a bribe, that I was an attorney, when they asked me what I did for a living, although in my last stop, I told two TJ cops, that I only worked for an attorney, and it worked, and they let me walk

So it does something work, telling possible corrupt Mexican cops, you're a cop in the states, or an attorney like I tell them, and no I'm not a lawyer, I only sometimes pretend I am.

I'm pretty much done in this thread, and I'll repeat, don't believe everything you read on the internet, because what you read is often not true.

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[*] posted on 10-25-2017 at 04:23 AM

I sure wish there was a way to block users of this forum so I could filter out some of the garbage. There are about 4 users that ruin it here.
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[*] posted on 10-25-2017 at 06:52 AM

Yup, you are right...AND more and more often posts are deleted or changed to someone elses context almost before the bytes cool off. I noticed that my signature gets changed almost every post to suit someone elses political bent....Oh is what it is...

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[*] posted on 10-25-2017 at 08:24 AM

Haha, I like Dodge Truck better.

<<<<<drives a Dodge truck!

[Edited on 10-25-2017 by o3dave]
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