Cable Movie Blackmail


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Why you Shouldn’t rent cable porn movies
Cable companies tell you that they don’t list the movies you rent. But any company insider can know. Their movies have codes and so do movies you rent. An insider can get to those codes with the company computer and know who rented what movies. Just by watching porn on cable movies, a cable worker can blackmail you using the cable switch box connected to your phone.

Of course you cannot be victimized if you don’t mind your porn movies being exposed. Otherwise, you will have to pay dearly — possibly as long as you’re alive.

Murder by Craigslist
While Twitter and Facebook are being used to save lives, criminals continue to use Craiglist successfully. In the following article (almost a short story), a serial killer trapped another victim with this Craiglist ad:

‘Wanted: Caretaker For Farm. Simply watch over a 688 acre patch of hilly farmland and feed a few cows, you get 300 a week and a nice 2 bedroom trailer, someone older and single preferred but will consider all, relocation a must, you must have a clean record and be trustworthy—this is a permanent position, the farm is used mainly as a hunting preserve, is overrun with game, has a stocked 3 acre pond, but some beef cattle will be kept, nearest neighbor is a mile away, the place is secluded and beautiful, it will be a real get away for the right person, job of a lifetime—if you are ready to relocate please contact asap, position will not stay open.’
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A Powerful Legal Tool’s Potential for Abuse
‘For some defense lawyers in New York, the Quezada case is just one example of a wider abuse of material witness orders.

‘The orders are meant to help prosecutors compel testimony from problematic witnesses in criminal cases. But the orders, which must be signed by judges, are supposed to be used only in extraordinary circumstances, as a kind of last resort, often when prosecutors fear a potential witness might flee instead of testifying…’
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