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Thursday, March 22, 2007

BREAKING: Sentinel reporter becomes crime victim!

Posted By on Thu, Mar 22, 2007 at 1:54 PM

In a shocking example of just how out of control crime is in Orange County, Orlando Sentinel reporter Walter Pacheco has filed a harrowing report about a broken iPod and a pack of gum being stolen from his unlocked car. He feels violated. He feels that his car has been violated. Hell, he feels that his whole damn neighborhood was violated. Ironic twist: Pacheco is a crime reporter for the Sentinel. Up until now, he could'nt really connect with the people he wrote about now. Now crime has visited him personally, and he â?¦ feels their pain.

Listen to his horrific tale yourself.

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