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September 17, 2006, 09:10 AM

Originally Posted by Rossi
Might be more to the story than you think.

Quick to judge on prejudices and whether or not the Mexican government will "split your taco"

Laws are there for a reason, and if people chose when was a good time to break them for something good or for profits, then that defeats the purpose of the law.

Dog and his self-procliaimed "rightful" cause has no rights in Mexico. Remember he went down there to get that guy to get paid, not to help people. The more heinous the crime, the greater the reward.

He should've went to his court date the first time. I have no sympathy for bounty hunters. They are scum.
Laws in Mexico....yeah, good one. Mexico is probably in a line with some of the most corrupt countries in the world. The rich get richer and keep the poor under thumb. It is no wonder that so many wish to chance illegal immigration.

Sure, getting paid was a part of it, however, the couple of things I have seen on this particular guy indicate that Duane Chapman really did want to catch this guy for many of the right reasons.

And bounty hunters, despite your opinion, with which I partially agree, certainly serve their purpose. Can you imagine if the Police Departments were intrusted with the recapture of criminals...? Holy sh*t.
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