From this article it sounds like they have teams co cops reading everything that is posted on line looking for even trivial criminal violations.
This Chicago teenager was busted for the victimless crime of posting a Craigslist ad selling his pet alligator.
I also posted articles before about Phoenix and Tempe cops who work full time posting internet ads posing as hot, horny, underage teenager girls looking for old men to have sex with.
On these web pages I get at least one visit everyday from a site in the Washington D.C. area (IP address 22.214.171.124 located in Shady Side, Maryland), which appears to be a Homeland Security office that is spying on me for my posts documenting crimes committed by the police.
The site that logs the visits was broken into several times, by I suspect police with the Homeland Security, or perhaps hackers hired by the Homeland Security and they modified the logging software.
Sadly only 30 years after 1984, America is beginning to look like the police state written in the novel 1984.
Police: Galewood neighborhood man tries to sell alligator on Craigslist
By Rosemary Regina Sobol Tribune reporter
2:30 a.m. CDT, April 16, 2013
A Northwest Side man accused of trying to sell a baby alligator on Craigslist for $300 was arrested Monday evening, police said.
Juan A. DeJesus, 19, of the 1700 block of Meade Avenue, was charged Monday with one count of misdemeanor possession of wildlife, police said.
A state Department of Natural Resources police officer responded to an advertisement that was posted on Craigslist and went to DeJesus' home Monday afternoon under the pretenses he was going to purchase the alligator, police said.
The ad, which has since been pulled from Craigslist, stated:
"Baby gator for sale, id consider a trade for a leachie gecko. Sale price is 300 obo asap."
DeJesus came out of his home with the alligator and said he would like to have $300 for it, but the officer identified himself and told DeJesus of the violation, police said.
The alligator was seized as evidence and given to other IDNR agents and DeJesus was transported to the Grand Central District police station to be processed, police said.
DeJesus could not be reached immediately Tuesday morning. He is scheduled to appear in court at the Daley Center on May 31.
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