A Jacksonville woman is facing felony charges after she removed an anti theft device from a sex toy, according to arrest warrants.According to the friend who posted this on Facebook, this woman is pretty much a deranged lunatic. With that said, we can't rule out that this is some kind of odd "three strikes" deal. However, this part made my hair stand on end:
She removed the anti theft device from the sex toy valued at $60 then took the toy from the store, according to warrants.
Mccarver was arrested by the Jacksonville Police Department on Tuesday and charged with felony conspiracy and felony larceny by anti inventory device.You're kidding me. It is a FELONY to remove an inventory device on a $60 item? Really? This is why I have no respect whatsoever for the justice system, and also why I think that "felons shouldn't be allowed to own guns after they get out of jail" is meaningless drivel. This woman may be a lot of things, but a dangerous felon ain't one of them. At least not from the meager report listed here...
But that's the thing. It is a FELONY to remove an anti-theft device. Mull on that. They get away with it by claiming conspiracy. That is, quite frankly, ridiculous. Patently absurd on its very face. Yet the law was twisted and permuted to come to this point. Think about that the next time someone bleats on and on about felons and guns. When "felon" could mean anything from "multiple murderer that frightens Charles Manson" to "someone that swiped a pair of Levis after yanking off the inventory control tag, the term is completely and utterly meaningless.
Three felonies a day, indeed, when the word means nothing.
That is all.