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Neither does taking a trucking company's truck and employee and returning both full of bullet holes after a sting goes south.

And so, when I said my first word—“mamma”—it was to my nanny.I never consciously rebelled against this way of being.This case’s setup resembles dozens or hundreds of similar cases I’ve read.In 2014, a law enforcement officer (in this case, Skagit County Sheriff’s detective Theresa Luvera) posted a sex solicitation on Craigslist’s casual encounters.the detective assailed him with increasingly-graphic text messages.

And all of this stems from an action the government took: the placement of an ad in an area of Craigslist where all ad posters were supposed to be I can't believe the detective would want to go to trial on this and subject this language to citizens. At on Wednesday, September 17th, the detective says, "OMG U R so fing hung baby!!! The appellate decision quotes it at length on the way to upholding the lower court's findings. I have wait for my sister to leave and I am gonna video tape me finger banging me to ur plc! Instead, it points to a whole lot of judicial slack being cut over the years.In this case, the only thing propelling the sting forward was the government. , a claim of outrageous governmental misconduct was presented to the Supreme Court in a case in which a full trial court record was extant. Athan,law enforcement officers, "posing as a fictitious law firm, induced Athan to mail a letter to the firm." 160 Wn.2d 354, 362, 158 P.3d 27 (2007).They did so in order to obtain a sample of his DNA. In ruling to dismiss the charges, the trial court did not adopt a view that no reasonable judge would take. Much like the ATF's stash house stings and a great many of the FBI's terrorist investigations, the government does 99% of the work and jails the unlucky person who has been coerced and cajoled into doing something they likely would have never done if the government hadn't instigated it.They wanted me to be happy, of course, but ultimately they put things—their jobs, travel, intellectual pursuits—before me.