posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 03:05 PM
I had this dubious experience, a few weeks ago. I was sitting in a store, when a man with a knife came in and threatened me if I didn't give him
Well, I didn't feel like Crocodile Dundee, and neither did I try to wrestle the guy down. Yeah, I gave the guy the money and No, I didn't panic.
The store is in a flat, that the landlord wants back. The rent is cheap, and the landlord has changed the entire structure of the buildings, except
that little hole of a store, that we have. But we hold a contract, that is in our favor ... and the landlord wants it back. He can't nullify the
contract, and must have a reason for it.
He's been desparately looking for a reason, but hasn't found any ... and he's got some customers waiting in line for the locale.
Well, you get the picture ...
As a result, we've had more break-ins and now "threats" than any other store in city.
Those are the facts, and here comes the conspiracy theory ...
When the cops come, they use the opportunity to "look" over the premesis, as if they are looking for something. The "robber" lives only 5 blocks
away from our store ... and the cops, did not ask about anything suspicious, or wether we had enemies, or threats or anything the like. They just
came in, made a thorough look over the premesis, looking in every corner of it. And then, they came up with the story that there had been two
customers that ran out of my store ... and saw the "robber" enter. Incidentally, these "customers" had been wanting to rent a film in our store,
Friday the 13th series, where there is a picture of Jason holding a big knife ... and the cops didn't ask me, if there had been two customers in the
store. THEY TOLD ME.
And then, I got a letter a week after ... the usual letter, when something like this happens. And that's the cops will not pursue the case, because
of lack of evidence.
And my theory is, the mafiaboss, the crook and the cops are the same thing. At least here in Sweden, they are ...