Wednesday, March 12, 2003

The sure sign of a good police investigative unit is their thoroughness when tracking down clues. A well trained police officer will use all information and tactics available to him in order to successfully close a case. These officers have even sometimes gone to the "fringe" of science to help their cases. This would include the utilization of psychics and, more rarely, the removal of underwear.
If you dig into this article, true gems await. Try to wrap your melon around this: "...police said that, apart from the lack of underpants and their urination on traditional herbs found at Kalumba's hideaway, it was a conventional operation." Well, as long as they didn't go too far. My guess is that these sorts of investigative measures are okay in the Zambian justice system. Don't get pulled over in this country, readers. That's sage advice.


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