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This is a repost of something I received in E-mail, quotes characters stripping and HTML conversions are all I have done to this. Otherwise this remains as received.

[ actually, this turns out to be recurring urban apocrypha - but it's really all too possible, considering the wave of rohypnol abuses ocurring nationwide. ]

The following story really scares me. I thought theft of vehicle airbags was insane, but this really does prove our world is in need of a breakthrough. Please pass along as appropriate.

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Dear Friends,
I wish to warn you about a new crime ring that is targeting business travelers. This ring is well organized, well funded, has very skilled personnel, and is currently in most major cities and recently very active in New Orleans. The crime begins when a business traveler goes to a lounge for a drink at the end of the work day. A person in the bar walks up as they sit alone and offers to buy them a drink. The last thing the traveler remembers until they wake up in a hotel room bath tub, their body submerged to their neck in ice, is sipping that drink. There is a note taped to the wall instructing them not to move and to call 911. A phone is on a small table next to the bathtub for them to call. The business traveler calls 911 who have become quite familiar with this crime. The business traveler is instructed by the 911 operator to very slowly and carefully reach behind them and feel if there is a tube persuading from their lower back. The business traveler finds the tube and answers, "Yes." The 911 operator tells them to remain still, having already sent paramedics to help. The operator knows that both of the business traveler's kidneys have been harvested.

This is not a scam or out of a science fiction novel, it is real. It is documented and confirmable. If you travel or someone close to you travels, please be careful.

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