FBI arrests man for punking his ex wife on Facebook

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    Read the rest, it is worth the click.
     
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    His wife appears to be more than slightly deranged.
     
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    Heh...looks like the FBI was punked too.
     
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    I hope they charge the bitch of a wife.
     
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    Pretty amazing. The wife should be the only one in any hot water, although from a criminal standpoint I dont think there is any real crime here. In her civil case however, she is boned.

    The FBI handled this appropriately. As far as they were concerned the husband was a stalker who was planning a hit on his ex wife. They did the right thing by releasing him as soon as they got the notarized affadavit and verified it.
     
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    They could have asked him about it before they locked him up for 4 days, but I do agree they were correct to investigate.
     
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    True, but I bet they were shocked when, after checking out his statement of "I have an affadavit at home that can clear this" they actually found the affadavit.

    4 days sounds about right. day 1 arrest and processing, day 2 and 3 checking out his statement. day 4, realizing what happened and working the release.
     
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    All right, David - WTG! I love it when someone gets a step ahead of an ex-wife (or a vindictive present wife, for that matter) and the FBI, all in the same, notarized statement.

    In passing, since when is it a crime to put a GPS tracking device on someone's car?
     
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    The FBI probably wants to reserve the right to do that for themselves.
     
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    Stocking is illegal
     

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