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March 28, 2018


The officer photographed the girl's left arm and saw a red mark "consistent with something hot, like a burrito, striking her," according to the affidavit.

(Thanks to Le Petomane)


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You shouldn't be allowed to buy one of those without a background check and if you are over 21.

I agree with Mikey but add a physiological analysis.

Defense attorney: Officer how many hours of training did you recieve regarding your education and expert opinion implying that in your expert opinion you to know the redness of red mark 'could' be consistent with something hot, like a burrito? How much time, officer? Was it even in the ballpark of fifteen seconds of training?

Officer: Well, there was no tamale at the scene? Could you be a little nicer if you have any further questions?

Burrito Wars...A hot and exciting new series coming this fall from Netflix.

Well what else is hot like a burrito? We need Columbo on this case.

He should have used the old, "I didn't throw it. She put her arm on my burrito just to get me in trouble" defense.

Many states require a several day "cooling off" period before you can take a burrito home from the burrito shop.

Saw this and thought of the absurdity of the hard guy brother.

I'm positive Nurse Cindy is correct.

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