Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
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Assisting The Police With Their Enquiries

On a leafy path by the river a couple of cops were questioning a group of young adults about theft from a shop. The chief suspect- a very thin man with big sad eyes- was acting innocent and uncomprehending. As we went past one of his camp follower's said, "I told him not to do it."
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