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   This man really hates his neighbor. After being locked up for a failed murder-for-hire plot, he attempts to hire another hit-man from jail

11 Dec 2012 02:02 AM   |   4180 clicks   |   Atlanta Journal Constitution
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Linkster    [TotalFark]  
3k um, NO!

11 Dec 2012 02:04 AM
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Nightenstaff     
Gah! Just do it your damn self! This is what is wrong with America. Next we'll here he's suing the people he hired for breech of contract and winning.

11 Dec 2012 02:09 AM
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BillyRayBob     
'Double Jeopardy'
You can't be convicted of the same plot twice.

11 Dec 2012 02:09 AM
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quatchi     
i.imgur.com

11 Dec 2012 02:14 AM
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GloomCookie613     
My neighbor is a total biatch, but I'm not wasting my money on her. Bitterness and failure will do the trick over time. In the meantime, I smile and wave and ask about the grandkids because I know it kills her to have to be nice to me.

Time is (likely) on my side.

11 Dec 2012 02:16 AM
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phrawgh     
Nobody likes a quitter.

11 Dec 2012 02:17 AM
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Gyrfalcon     
Wow, not only is he stupid, he's pretty damn cheap.

Hard to find a murderer at those prices, even in jail.

11 Dec 2012 02:22 AM
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Insatiable Jesus     
You give a boy a hammer and EVERYTHING looks like a nail

11 Dec 2012 02:24 AM
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The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves     
Sounds a little like the Bob Bashara case in Detroit. His wife was murdered by a hit man who claims Bob hired him, but they didn't arrest Bob for that. Bob was instead arrested for hiring a hit man to kill the first hit man.

11 Dec 2012 02:30 AM
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farkingismybusiness    [TotalFark]  
Stupid Flanders.

11 Dec 2012 02:36 AM
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HotWingAgenda    [TotalFark]  
If someone is determined to commit murder, merely putting them in a box with other violent people for a short time won't do anything. Unless you also put an assortment of sharp objects in the box.

11 Dec 2012 02:46 AM
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DarkSoulNoHope     
Was this the neighbor in question?

1.bp.blogspot.com

11 Dec 2012 02:51 AM
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wildcardjack     
Dude, when you get caught with a murder for hire once, be assured that if the target winds up dead from any causes in the next few years you will continue to be a suspect.

11 Dec 2012 02:55 AM
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FutherMucker     
If at first you don't succeed.............

/DRTFA !

11 Dec 2012 02:56 AM
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Aces and Eights     
I wonder what the neighbor/business partner did to make him so mad?!?

Had to be bad to deserve killin' twice.

11 Dec 2012 03:02 AM
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simplicimus     
Just invite the neighbor to your house, then kill him/her. How hard is that?

11 Dec 2012 03:45 AM
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gadian     
Gotta be willing to pay more than that to have someone killed. Even the tweeky teenager who needs drug money will need more than that. Stupid, stupid, stupid. Pony up cash until you feel like your thirst for vengeance has been sated, then you know you've paid enough. Or, once you've sated your vengeance, you can spend the same cash on some hookers and have a real noisy party.

11 Dec 2012 06:51 AM
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lack of warmth     

BillyRayBob: 'Double Jeopardy'
You can't be convicted of the same plot twice.


Is that what you really think? You don't think it is possible to be charged with multiple crimes if you try to do it more than once. By that logic, we shouldn't have had those stories of people getting multiple DUI charges. They could've just told the cop 'Hey I was just released for DUI and therefore it would be double jeopardy to arrest me again'. Maybe I can rob three banks today and only get charged for one. It must be a sale.

11 Dec 2012 07:21 AM
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Public Savant     
Should've done it himself - it's cheaper.

11 Dec 2012 07:23 AM
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nytmare     

lack of warmth: BillyRayBob: 'Double Jeopardy'
You can't be convicted of the same plot twice.

Is that what you really think? You don't think it is possible to be charged with multiple crimes if you try to do it more than once. By that logic, we shouldn't have had those stories of people getting multiple DUI charges. They could've just told the cop 'Hey I was just released for DUI and therefore it would be double jeopardy to arrest me again'. Maybe I can rob three banks today and only get charged for one. It must be a sale.


I think you've discovered a minor plot hole in that movie.

11 Dec 2012 10:20 AM
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