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Friday, April 29, 2011

Now you're a bank robber

Kinni opened the door and it was the police.  Kinni was not sure why the police were knocking on her door, she asked them was something wrong.  The police showed her a picture of Martin and asked if she knew him.  Kinni told them that she knew who he was; and what did she have to do with him. The police told her that they got a tip that he was with her and they were looking or him and if she didn't cooperate she would be held for harboring a fugitive.  She didn't know why they were calling him a fugitive but she didn't want to be any part of it.  After the police left, Kinni called Martin's brother and told him what had gone on.  He asked her if she told them anything and if she had what she had told them.  She told him that sh hadn't told them anything because she didn't know anything.  He went on to tell her what had happened.

When she heard that he had been in several bank robberies around the United States, she was in shock because she never thought that Martin would do something like this.

Later on that evening Kinni decided to watch the news and they ran a story where there were eight banks hit around the country and they showed the video.  Kinni called me and told me to turn on the news.  I turned on the news listened to the story and then she explained to me who they were looking for.  I couldn't believe what I was hearing but it didn't surprise me because I always knew that Martin was crazy.  Martin was on the run for almost a year before they caught him.

Here are your discussion questions.  Please feel free to post your comments or mark if you find this discussion to be funny, interesting, or cool. Your views are very important. Thank you for your participation and constant support.

Are you still interested in reading? Why?
Have you or someone you know ever been involved in someone elses crime? Explain
Is there anything that you would do differently? If so what?

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