Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Doesn't Every Community Need a Costumed Neighborhood Crime Fighter?

I don't even know where to begin with this one:
Adam Besso, who also goes by the name Bee Sting, said he was just trying to protect the community the night he was arrested in a Burton mobile home park. But authorities said his actions crossed the line. ...
At the time of his arrest, Besso was dressed in an outfit that included a coat and bullet-proof vest emblazoned with a Bee Sting logo. He said he was performing surveillance at the park following a string of arsons.
Source: Michigan Live
In the piece he said he didn't want to work with those who were "enamored with comic books". I can't imagine why.

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