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Hmmmm, not to smart of the prof. to tell how they can catch the guy was it? Hell, disable the wireless network card and the transponder, eliminate the XP security track with a hack. (BTW, if there was a transponder the prof would already have the computer wouldn't he?). Food for thought, there still is an escape route for this guy, the prof may not be lying about everything, but he is definately lying about SOME things.

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Hmmmm, not to smart of the prof. to tell how they can catch the guy was it? Hell, disable the wireless network card and the transponder, eliminate the XP security track with a hack. (BTW, if there was a transponder the prof would already have the computer wouldn't he?). Food for thought, there still is an escape route for this guy, the prof may not be lying about everything, but he is definately lying about SOME things.

unless they already know who it is, and their giving him a chance to turn himself in.

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If that professor was telling the truth, he sure didn't act like it.

You could see the hurt and anger in his body language, as if none of what he said was true and that he was only trying to bluff out the student into giving him back his computer.

If it was true, that student would have already been in custody. You can't just call up the authoritys and tell them when to arrest someone or not.

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So if I am to understand this professor, the Federal Trade Commission, the FBI, local law enforcement, etc. etc. have officially dropped everything and devoted all of their resources towards catching an 18 year old scared ****less kid who tried to steal a copy of a test?

:jerk:

Shame on whoever stole the laptop.

Shame on the professor for a terrible acting job, and lying to his class.

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Hmmmm, not to smart of the prof. to tell how they can catch the guy was it? Hell, disable the wireless network card and the transponder, eliminate the XP security track with a hack. (BTW, if there was a transponder the prof would already have the computer wouldn't he?). Food for thought, there still is an escape route for this guy, the prof may not be lying about everything, but he is definately lying about SOME things.

Funny how different people solve problems differently.

Personally, I would stash the computer in someones house that I didnt like.

The simplest solutions are often the most effective.

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So if I am to understand this professor, the Federal Trade Commission, the FBI, local law enforcement, etc. etc. have officially dropped everything and devoted all of their resources towards catching an 18 year old scared ****less kid who tried to steal a copy of a test?

:jerk:

Shame on whoever stole the laptop.

Shame on the professor for a terrible acting job, and lying to his class.

He's not saying that its a major investigation or even that they (said agencies) ARE actively hunting the guy who stole it down. He's just advising them of who may step in to look into the matter. On some level, I do believe the professor... but I think he's intentionally blowing it way out of proportion as a scare tactic.

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And after the Feds figure out that they've got the wrong guy, it's a race between the Feds and the person you've wronged. Only, the innocent person will most likely try to end your life.

Thats the beauty of my cunning plan. The Feds wouild pretty much catch the guy red-handed. So what? He's going to deny doing it? Oh, well, gosh! Im sure the Feds will believe every word of it.

And me? Deny deny deny. No Mr. Federal Agent, i have no idea what you are talking about........I heard Doug over there is having trouble paying his rent though. :laugh:

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