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It all started on a sunny morning the mist beamed through the city buildings as I strolled down to get my Sunday paper As I was walking an erupt noise roared through the stream of cars and people Instantly a man ran out of the discombobulated bank with duffle bags full of money My ears were ringing with the shattering sound of the alarms and immediately I called the police to file a report Luckily a good friend of mine Officer Cole works on the force As I gave him all the information I could conjure up at the moment he claimed that the description of the suspect fit the image of another friend of mine The police department had later then came up with the shocking assumption that it fit the description of my friend Bryan It was an ethical dilemma that changed my whole perspective on lifeThe police departments description of the suspect came out to be an Asian male five feet ten inches wearing army cargo pants a ski mask and a black hoodie The next day I went to Bryans house and I talked to him in depth about the matter at hand He then started to become distant and nervous I could decipher this because the grip on the picture of his mother became so tight his knuckles turned white He then began to ramble on about some knots that he made as a boy scout and which would be the most efficient I didnt really pay any mind to what he was saying When I asked him what was wrong he replied that the description of the suspect was accurate because it was him who robbed the bank I was in total disarray when I was given access to this information We then had a heated discussion on the severity of the situation Look Mikey you can never speak a word about what you have found out today he
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