[ourlunchgroup] Fwd: Please READ! It might save you

  • From: Megan Frei <mfrei95@xxxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 23:36:18 -0700


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> Subject: FW: Please READ! It might save you
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> Subject: Fw: Please READ! It might save you
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> Subject: Fw: Please READ! It might save you
> Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2011 18:12:41 -0500
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> You may think this not relevant to you, however, it may be relevant to all 
> the ladies who may be able to read this message.
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> At least take 3 minutes and read this, then pass it on.  When I think about 
> it I probably would have believed him and opened the door. 
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> Subject:   A Rapist's New Trick
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> Know what money you are carrying.  You will see why as you read.
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> Be sure every woman is aware of this M.O.  Share it with your wife and 
> daughters. Know what money you are carrying.  This was the first I have heard 
> of a scheme like this.  I wanted to pass it along.  Be safe! This is 
> something very serious to pay attention to. 
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> Criminals are coming up with craftier, less threatening methods of attack, so 
> we have to be extra cautious.
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> Read on....
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> I live in Alexandria , VA , but I often work in  Lafayette , LA , staying 
> with friends when I'm there.  As you know from America 's Most Wanted TV 
> program, as well as the news media, there is a serial killer in the  
> Lafayette area.  I just want to let you know about an 'incident' that 
> happened to me a few weeks ago, and could have been deadly. 
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> At first I didn't go to the police or anyone with it because I didn't         
>        realize how serious this encounter was.  But since I work in a jail 
> and I told a few people about it, it wasn't long before I was paraded into 
> Internal Affairs t o tell them my story. It was approximately 5:15 a.m. In  
> Opelousas , La.   I had stayed with a friend there and was on my way to work.
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> I stopped at the Exxon/Blimpie Pie station to get gas.  I got                
> $10 gas and a Diet Coke.  I took into the store two $5 bills and one $1 bill 
> (just enough to get my stuff).  As I pulled away from the store, a man 
> approached my truck from the back side of the store (an unlit area).  He was 
> an 'approachable-looking' man (clean cut, clean shaven, dressed well, etc.). 
> He walked up to my window and knocked. Since I'm very                paranoid 
> and 'always looking for the rapist or killer,' I didn't open the window. 
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> I just asked what he wanted.  He raised a $5 bill to my window and said, 'You 
> dropped this.'  Since I knew I had gone into the store with a certain amount 
> of money, I knew I didn't drop it. 
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> When I told him it wasn't mine, he began hitting the window and               
>  screaming at me to open my door, and insisting that I had dropped the money! 
>  At that point, I just drove away as fast as I could.
> After talking to the Internal Affairs Department and describing the man I 
> saw, and the way he escalated from calm and polite to angry and volatile...it 
> was determined that I could have possibly encountered the serial killer 
> myself. 
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> Up to this point, it had been unclear as to how he had gained access to his 
> victims, since there has been no evidence of forced entry into victim's 
> homes, cars, etc. And the fact that he has been attacking in the daytime, 
> when women are less likely to have their guard up, means he is pretty BOLD. 
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> So think about it....what gesture is nicer than returning money to someone 
> that dropped it?????
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> How many times would you have opened your window (or door) to get your money 
> and say thank you?  Because if the person is kind enough to return something 
> to you, then he can't really be a threat, can he? 
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> Please be cautious!  This might not have been the serial killer.  But any one 
> that gets that angry over someone not accepting money from them can't have 
> honorable intentions.  The most important thing to note is that his reaction 
> was NOT WHAT I EXPECTED!  A total surprise!  But what might have happened if 
> I had opened my door? I shudder to think! 
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> Forward this to everyone you know, maybe they can be as fortunate as I was!
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> P.S... Ladies, really DO forward this to EVERYONE you know.  Even if this man 
> wasn't a serial killer, he looked nice, he seemed polite, he was apparently 
> doing an act of kindness, but HE WAS NOT A NICE PERSON!!! 
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> Men, send it to all the women in your life.  
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