Saturday, October 1, 2011

The Scapegoat

How would you like to be working in your pharmacy one day when the police burst in and arrest you and your co-workers for assassinating a presidential candidate?

After being arrested, you then become a target of a failed assassination attempt yourself, have to spend time in prison, and spend four years of your life and savings defending yourself from a crime you didn't commit. Then ultimately discovering that it was the assassins themselves, government workers, who set you up as the scapegoat.

That's what happened to Columbian pharmacist, Alberto Jubiz Hasbun.

It's almost too strange to believe.

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