They might have shared it for novelty value, and they might bother to go pick the guy up if someone tells them precisely where he is, (though i wouldn't put money on it). These are hilarious, but most of us have experienced the lack of follow through attempting to get cops interested in a little stolen property. Ain't nobody got time for that when there;s pot heads they could seizing assets from.
Re: I suppose rich people have too much money to think for themselves, eh?
yeah, good luck with that inside a convention hall. it's a concrete box saturated with signals. I can actually understand being charged a small amount for reliable data access in that situation. but any hotel that doesn't offer free wifi in guests rooms merits nothing but contempt. and he's right, the nicer the hotel the more shitty their internet policies usually.
Can you source the claim that the department said he was injured? So far as i know The gateway pundit made up the orbital fractures injury, before the right wing blogs picked it up, leading to faux news running with it. I hadn't seen it coming from the department at all, it was pure disinfo
When i was a time warner subscriber 5 years ago, this was already their policy, i got two nastygrams before proxying up, and both times i found out when they hijacked my browser to the "you've been a bad boy" page. Then you call in, express you lack of understanding and tell them about your open wifi.
I know for a fact Cox did it as well, i was working tier 1 internet tech support for them around then and often had to direct customers over to security.
no idea what the escalations would have been, btguard is a great service.
Re: Loopholes big enough to drive armored trucks through
that's precisely what they did last night. they corraled press into an area near the mobile station and 5 minutes later they were screaming that press was directly in the crossfire if anything happened, and forced them entirely out of the area before they moved in