Troll for the Prosecution

In another win for forensic linguistics and reading comprehension skills, a guy in New Orleans proved that a troll who was a little too knowledgeable in the comment box at the local paper was also one of the guys from the prosecutor’s office who was on his case.

It’s strange that a lawyer wouldn’t be able to figure out what could get him sued and disbarred, but apparently there are some people who think they’re too smart to get caught.

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