Randal, I can't believe it! I didn't hear about your case until
this moment and it now strikes me so hard, I simply fail
to understand how one could cope with all this. I should
comment your 'hacker' spirit! I'm still not 100% aware of
the circumstances of your case; however, from what I have
been able to dig up on the web, I say that laws (especially
those of Oregon state) are "bull shit!". I don't trust
COPS now either. I never trusted the government. To
produce such llama laws is shameful.
I'd like to learn more about what _exactly_ happened.. God knows,
it might help me never get in the same pile of dirt =/.
Randal, you are the _MAN_! I wish you good luck in
ur career and hopefully some positive resolution in this case.
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