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Madonna Cracking Group Party|
Submitted by bugjam on October 20 2018
Written by Written by Mr.Cursor/TWG + Corum/MSC in ILLEGAL #27
POLICE PARTY ORGANIZED BY MCG?
REACTIONS TO THE MCG PARTY
MR.CURSOR of TWG and CORUM of MSC (AMIGA): POLICE PARTY ORGANIZED BY MCG?
Being very impatient, we just entered the town after a very long journey from the other end of WEST GERMANY. We lost our way several times and arrived later than intended. Now we may call ourselves lucky as we recognized later! Still
angry 'cause of the loss of time we didn't recognize the men with big walkie-talkies running up and down the street where the party should take place.
Nobody thought about plain clothes.
The closer we got to the youth-hostel, the more the number of police cars increased and we arrived just in time to see policemen pushing out some kids of the house and rummaging their cars! For the very first time in the scene a copy
party was dissolved by the police! About 17 Amigas, 20 C64 and 3000 disks had been confiscated and 8 guys were led off.
We stopped the car two miles away from the hostel and went back! On the way we met TOM of MCG who told us some very strange things, TOM had been busted by the
police the day before (!!!). It is unclear whether it all happened accidentally or whether it was set on
foot by some well-informed persons. We have a strong reason to believe that TOM of MCG is making common cause with the police. A lot of people phoned MCG the
night befor the party but noone was told that MCG had closer contact with the police! You really wonder why someone who is caught by the police is giving a
copy-party the day after. Why didn't they just call off the part or just mentioned that they had closer contact with the police?
As we met TOM he didn't seem to be depressed at all. IT IS POSSIBLE that TOM promised the POLICE to offer some guys to reduce his own punishment?
Mr.Cursor/TWG + CORUM/MSC
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