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Authorities and readers made a warrant-less search of the pages of BCN and found two particularly boring writers abusing the forbearance of the publisher


      This record is provided to the readers of  Beaufort County Now as a public service.  There is no cause for alarm or concern.  Move along there is nothing to be seen here, just two old men living out their lives in print.  In keeping with our effort to keep the community advised of  suspicious characters we present their mug shots here in case you may see them loitering about.  Please do not contact the authorities, they have been deemed harmless to the safety and sanity of North Carolina residents.  However, the Democratic authorities have been alerted because all there may be some emails on the Clinton server that have not been disclosed yet.  There is no truth to the rumor that FBI Director Comey is involved in this leak.  Due to a recent Wiki leak of the records, this article was leaked to Ted McDonald who posted it in one of his articles. Below is the original non minimalist article that was leaked. In the interest of complete disclosure Here is the link to Ted McDonald's post.

   Authorities and readers made a warrant less search of the pages of BCN and found two particularly boring writers abusing the forbearance of the publisher. Since this is a multi state investigation, certain federal agencies are involved.  At this time there is no reason to think that any laws were broken, but in the interest of  transparency the information below is offered.

     Ted McDonald was detained and then released.  He was non-co-operative with the authorities and responded to questions in short sentences and minimalist statements. He refused to have his mug shot taken, but we had a former shot on file which is presented here.  He requested that we not mention his secretary Trixie or his wife Nectarine in the transcript of his interview. He has been know to muse often on the good old days of the Confederacy and the Rebel Flag. 

   The other suspect had to be restrained while awaiting interviews, he was observed dismantling every gadget in the station to see how it worked.   Both requested numerous bathroom breaks and complained about the hard chairs in the interrogation room. When advised that was no senior discount both asked for a AARP representative to represent them.


   Bobby Tony was detained and questioned for over 20 hours where upon he was released while still talking  non-stop.  He expanded on every question with a long discourse on how it reminded him of something in his life. The detectives gave up at shift change.  He eagerly posed for his mug shot and demanded that several more should be taken so he could pick the best for distribution.

    Both detainees appear to be older gentlemen who have achieved the twilight portion of their life and no longer have anything meaningful to say but feel compelled to say it anyway.  It was determined that they were harmless to the readers of BCN.

    A background check revealed that they may have known each other in a previous era.  There is anecdotal evidence that they have often conspired on articles and comments on BCN but there is "NO CREDIBLE EVIDENCE" that rises to the level of illegal activity. Both have denied any knowledge of the "Goat Incident" between Clarkston and Tucker High Schools during the 1960s.

Still walking about - but auditing from afar.

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