The FBI Files (Continued)

29 Jan

On March 23rd, 1993 (Censored) of New Carrollton, Md. advised (Censored) that he is (Censored) of the apartments at 5234 Crescent Green, College Park, Md. He stated that AMP has resided in the apartment at 5234 Crescent Green for the past three years. He stated he cannot give the exact date that AMP moved to that address, as he has no records of his tenancy.

He stated that AMP is an excellent tenant who never associates with any of his neighbors. He stated that he keeps to himself all of the time and never seems to have any visitors. (Censored), however, stated that there is an enormous amount of garbage being generated by AMP, all in the form of empty wine bottles, which AMP has a tendency to leave by the door, outside his unit in a cardboard box for several days at a time before he physically walks the refuse to the designated receptacle. (Censored) further stated that since the garbage mainly consists of empty bottles, there is no offensive odor emanating, and small animals such as mice, rats, cats, opossums, armadillos (?), sloths (??), mole rats (?), and almiqui (???), are not attracted to AMP’s refuse. At times, (Censored) has admitted to having removed several dozen empty bottles from AMP’s garbage, and returned them to the liquor store in order to redeem deposit fees which, according to (Censored), sometimes reached as high as fifteen dollars. (Censored) further advised that as far as he knows AMP is not married and stated that he has never seen any women in or around his apartment. He stated that he feels that he does not know AMP well enough to comment on his character, associates, reputation, or loyalty to the United States, and stated that he could not offer any recommendation of him for that reason.

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3 Responses to “The FBI Files (Continued)”

  1. dr zombieswan 30/01/2008 at 1:49 AM #

    ::this comment has been censored by the author::

  2. Slyboots 30/01/2008 at 8:50 PM #

    Ok, I had to wiki almiqui. But I knew what the rest were! Yay for me! And all those bottles could be used in a wonderful craft experience- they used to sell kits that allowed people to cut bottles and fuse them into other useful things, like wine glasses, vases and sculptures of frogs and things. Only if you were careless with polishing the edges, it could cause cuts. Ah, the 70’s. And dangerous crafts.

  3. (S)wine 30/01/2008 at 8:55 PM #

    hey now…blood in the name of art.

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