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Twins pulled courtroom switcheroo
| May 5, 2010
Posted on 05/05/2010 10:13:47 PM PDT by myknowledge
CLEARWATER, Fla., May 5 (UPI) -- A Florida man was sentenced to 179 days in jail for impersonating his identical twin brother at a criminal trial.
Assistant State Attorney Evan Brodsky said Matthew Mauceri, 40, was due in a Pinellas County courtroom at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday and asked his twin, Marcus, to stand in for him when it appeared he was going to be late in flying to Florida from Indiana, the Tampa (Fla.) Tribune reported Wednesday.
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TOPICS: Weird Stuff
KEYWORDS: clearwater; florida; impersonation; switcheroo; twins
Impersonating your twin sibling scheduled to stand trial, that's what I call true brotherhood. /sarc
I always thought finger prints from identical twins were identical...
posted on 05/05/2010 10:29:26 PM PDT
(Figures don't lie, but liars can figure...)
Certain things go on “in utero” (or however its spelled) including skin type things and general nourishment. My daughters would fake their teachers out when they were younger. Will have to remind them not to try it with a judge!
posted on 05/05/2010 10:35:34 PM PDT
( UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES MY ARSE: "..now begin the work of remaking America."-Obama, 1/20/09)
No. Fingerprints from identical twins are different.
posted on 05/05/2010 10:36:23 PM PDT
(B.H. Obama's just a frontman. A frontman for who? The globalist elite, stupid!)
Fingerprint ridges are formed in utero very early on by pressure in the forming fingers. Every person's fingerprints, and corneal vessel pattern, is totally unique.
posted on 05/06/2010 12:59:59 AM PDT
(We use 43 muscles to frown, 17 to smile, and 2 to pull a trigger. I'm lazy and I'm tired of smiling.)
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