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From: Spacey-Stacy <Spacey-Stacy@H0TMAIL.com>
Subject: Finding Guns in Trick or Treat candy
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Subject: Finding Guns in Trick or Treat candy
Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2017 00:47:29 -0500
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When your child goes trick or treating, be sure to check the candy when
they get home. There have been reports of loaded guns being found inside
of tootsie rolls. Besides checking their candy, make sure your child
takes a gun safety course before they go trick or treating.

In addition to this, make sure your children have a digital video camera
on their contume, which records everyone who they contact on their
route. Make sure this camera is connected to the internet, via cellphone
technology, so you can watch everything they do. 

Halloween is about death, but don't let that death be your child,
because they received a loaded AR-15 in their candy.

Have a safe Halloween!