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originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: JAGStorm
if you took it, it's stealing plain and simple. I don't care what type of justifications one would make. I don't condone it but I do understand for those who are literally drowning in debt even though they are working and trying to do everything right. It still doesn't mean it "doesn't count" as stealing.
That's my .02
originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: Nothin
Is brinks a heartless corporation?
They probably have a couple job openings after this incident.
originally posted by: JAGStorm
originally posted by: Gothmog
First , source where it is "not necessarily against the law"
Second , once the bags are opened the money is dyed (you are too). Cant spend it lest one be arrested almost immediately
(In most cases)
I am a spoiler of dreams.
I listed a link twice showing how it is "not necessarily against the law" in New Jersey.
Also, It wasn't bags that went flying, it was actual bills, all over the road. No ink, no bags.
If you do a search there are some videos and photos.