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Regular Member
Jul 11, 2017
Planet Earth
USNews, quote:
IN WHAT WAS CERTAINLY an unconventional Father's Day message, the Police Department in Topeka, Kansas, sent out a tweet Sunday encouraging people to turn in fathers who had committed a crime or who had outstanding warrants, according to the The Kansas City Star.
"Does your child's father have warrants?" the tweet read, according to a screen shot. "Is he carrying around any drugs? Has he been committing any crimes? Want to give him a Father's Day he'll never forget? Call TPD and we'll help your family make a memory that will last a lifetime." Unquote
Hummm...someone at the Topeka PD isn’t the brightest in the crayon box...might be the Chief downward for sanctioning the tweet’s conceptual idea to be released...
Hhmm? Were the shirts these "informants" wore brown? Because this sounds like what happened in Germany in the mid-to late 1930s.