ATF Uses Rogue Tactics In Storefront Stings Across The Nation
December 9, 2013

Via Journal Sentinel:

By John Diedrich and Raquel Rutledge of the Journal Sentinel

Dec. 7, 2013

Aaron Key wasn't sure he wanted a tattoo on his neck. Especially one of a giant squid smoking a joint.

But the guys running Squid's Smoke Shop in Portland, Ore., convinced him: It would be a perfect way to promote their store.

They would even pay him and a friend $150 a piece if they agreed to turn their bodies into walking billboards.

Key, who is mentally disabled, was swayed.

He and his friend, Marquis Glover, liked Squid's. It was their hangout. The 19-year-olds spent many afternoons there playing Xbox and chatting ...

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