Granite Shoals, Texas police department put up this fake news bulletin a little less than a week ago. It claims that recent batches of heroin and meth brought into Texas have been contaminated with Ebola.
Whoever had this ingenuous idea was on the floor nervously laughing when a "concerned citizen" reportedly brought in her batch of drugs to be tested for Ebola. Chasity Hopson was the only local Texan to respond to the news alert.
Chasity I would like to refer you to the lawyering team of Dean Strang and Jeremy Buting. These guys are the best in business when it comes to almost getting people off. You probably will need their help so a little tip from experience, just tell them you want to hire them for a case, dont try and ask them for a interview. They wont respond to you, first hand experience.
Police are meant to serve and protect. This is bullshit. The women was genuinely concerned that her meth had ebola in it. You cant just throw out shit like that and hope it sticks to some dumbass like Hopson. If a concerned citizen thinks that their soup might have ebola in it and is nice enough to bring it to you guys, you dont arrest her on the spot. But What do you guys do to this poor lady who just wanted to get high without ebola? You throw this junky lady right in the clinker. Cold blooded.
Heres an idea, why dont you just test the meth for ebola and send her on her way? Whats the big problem with that? She was minding her own business just checking to make sure that her drugs didnt contain some deadly virus.
We got your back here at the Tribune, if you need money for your legal fees, fuck off. This isnt some fucking charity bitch.
I hear Bob Shapiro is really good at looking like a wax figurine, hire him.
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