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"STOP snitching"

Rotterdam bomber makes fashion statement in court

Lawrence Ahrens declined to give a statement at his sentencing this morning but he had plenty to say before the proceedings, wearing a white t-shirt to court that loudly spoke out against “snitching.”
Lawrence Ahrens declined to give a statement at his sentencing this morning but he had plenty to say before the proceedings, wearing a white t-shirt to court that loudly spoke out against “snitching.”
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Lawrence Ahrens, the man who admitted orchestrating a bombing campaign against a romantic rival in Rotterdam last year, declined to give a statement at his sentencing Thursday morning. But he had plenty to say before the proceedings — just not verbally. Ahrens came to court wearing a white T-shirt that loudly spoke out against “snitching.” Ahrens, 34, was in court to receive his agreed-upon 15-year sentence in a bombing spree prosecutors say was aimed at ...


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Donahue
October 10, 2013
3:30 p.m.

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“Unfortunately for Larry, the evidence was overwhelming.” Only a defense attorney could make a statement like that.

robbump
October 12, 2013
1:34 p.m.

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The shirt did make a statement: a THREAT, in fact, which should be an additional charge (and time) for him.

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