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 Sep 09, 2007 - 11:13 PM - by Michael
* Police busted

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Aussie police, busted for illegally sticking tracking devices in cars:

Williams said a cellphone sim card in one of the devices appeared to transmit messages to the mobile phone of Detective Sergeant Derek Shaw, of the Central Otago CIB.

Williams provided The Press with emails from Shaw saying: "If you have got something of ours it would be good to get it back. You can call me and I can come meet you."
The police are being 100% close-mouthed on this, which can mean only one thing: they're trying to hide the fact that they were breaking the law.
 

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