Stolen iPhone Spot Market – Meet the Gentlemen Who Fenced Your Apple Device – Mid-Market, SF, USA

Hanging out at 7th and Market in front of the check-cashing place in the heart of San Francisco’s corrupt Twitterloin / “Uptown” Tenderloin.

Good  times:

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Now I’ll tell you, there will come a time when fencing an iPhone will become less lucrative. You know, the way it’s becoming in New York City. (Right? ‘Cause if you all can’t actually use the iPhone you just bought off of craigslist for cheap, then you all will stop buying them and that will be the end of the bulk of the stolen iPhone market.)

If only SFGov and the SFPD were so “innovative.”

But remember, appointed Mayor “Ed Lee Get’s It Done,” unless he doesn’t, as in this case.

And so many others

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2 Responses to “Stolen iPhone Spot Market – Meet the Gentlemen Who Fenced Your Apple Device – Mid-Market, SF, USA”

  1. Werther deGoethe says:

    Ed Lee will start cracking down on iPad/iPhone thieves when Willie Brown decrees it an important issue, and not until then. We all know where he gets his marching orders from.

  2. TinyTim says:

    You’re already too late. There’s an iPhone chop shop in the Excelsior that can reassemble a cobbled together iPhone in 12 minutes and you can even use it on the 12G network in Siberia.

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