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Old 08-19-2007, 01:51 AM
 
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participation in corruption is a serious crime and an abomination. as citizens of los angeles, you are entitled to your constitutional rights; especially your fourth amendment right. the u.s constitution was set in effect in order to protect the people of america from those that are crimianal in nature, and those that hide behind false authority. as the laws of the country were created and drafted onto paper serving as written evidence of a factual truth left to serve as an example; a very important paper trail detailing particular actions brought about by at least two; creating a unique partnership. as the laws were created representing peace and justice , a finer application is to respect the u.s constitution and all it represents in honor of the founding fathers and their intent.
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