posted on Feb, 9 2005 @ 11:03 PM
As has been stated here several times, why didn't they get the tags? S**t, I've been getting harrassed by an unruly neighbor, and the *first* thing
I did was get tags, makes, and models for all of her vehicles, and report them to the police, and she's not half the percived threat of being pursued
by an MiB. Does simple detail not occur to these people? I'll have to make a call of bulls**t on this one until they surface with tags, identities,
police reports, etc. Who the vehicle is registered to could make a big difference in proving the validity of this story, even if it is registered
under a fake name. I doubt MiBs would be riding around in big SUVs with government tags on them. Once you have an identity, there's a world of
sources to gain information on people through public record, all available right here on our glorious internet.
I've found my own name, address, and home phone number all published from public record on the Internet. Try it with these MiB types. Most police
departments will release stalker information to the victims in these cases. I know mine will, and they're the least responsive, most negligent
police department I've ever dealt with. Hell, I know my obnoxious neighbor's complete arrest and criminal history from city cops that can't keep
their mouths shut. Cops talk. Informing them makes it happen.