http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015 ... chic-fraudA retired New York cop, he stumbled upon his new calling during an encounter with two women in a Florida bar. After bringing down a high-profile Miami psychic, he wants the US justice system to take fortune-teller fraud more seriously.
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Bob would have celebrated this first victory, but the day after Marks’s arrest he woke up with his left eye so severely swollen that he couldn’t see. The swelling lasted a couple of days, and his friends joked that he had probably been cursed. Bob is about as unflappable a guy as you can find, dismissive of the sort of danger you can’t shoot with a gun; but for a couple of days he was, he admits, rattled.
Now if only he could produce the evidence ..... but of course that now lies at the bottom of that "mystical Pennsylvania lake".
~ Today is the Tomorrow you worried about Yesterday ~
Probably a deliberate ploy. The thick-heads who would look for a "psychic crime-fighter" would easily mistake a "psychic-crime fighter" for one. Most of them can't even spell "fighter" let alone parse hyphens.