Thursday, May 12, 2005
MSNBC.COM -- *sigh*... an article detailing a sting that netted a mass of fake law enforcement ID cautions people to be on the look-out for fake IDs, but warns they are as well-made as the original and that you can only tell the difference if you ask for a second ID and they can't produce it. Thereby suggesting to criminals that they should be prepared to show a second form of confirmation for their fake ID. At the same time, the organization that made the bust actually doesn't even have proper credentials themselves, having been formed during the creation of DHS and still waiting for their new ID's. Question... what's the hold-up? Is the ID-making company backlogged from all the fake ones they're making or something?
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