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Old February 23, 2014, 06:59 PM   #23
Mastrogiacomo
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Join Date: October 10, 2002
Location: Boston, MA
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Security is dangerous, period. When I worked, (unarmed) I worked in Lynn, MA which was the center of a lot of nut jobs. One of the cops inside the supermarket where I parked, came out and warned me about a guy that went past me. He was a former professional boxer and strung out on Heroin. He told me if anything happened, to call him on the cell and not approach this person at all. As a student, I took homeland security classes at the police academy in Medford; the teacher mentioned during class that before he retired, he hoped to find the person that shot and killed an unarmed security guard. He worried if he'd ever close that case and it bothered him to see someone put in a situation where they never had a chance.

Laura
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