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TO BE ABSOLUTELY CLEAR: The GRAAFICS Program (nor any of its staff) in no way, shape, form or fashion partners with and/or participates in, nor shares information with criminal investigations and/or law enforcement agencies in any capacity - None!
WHO IS A SNITCH?
According to the streets: The term 'Snitch' or 'Rat' is used as the nickname for a person or people that participated in a crime, is caught and then provides information to law enforcement about that crime. When two or more people participate in a crime, a snitch is a person (or people) that get caught and (in exchange for some form of leniency) provide unknown details about how that crime was committed and the people involved, to a law enforcement agency, without the knowledge or permission of those that may be involved. This usually ends with the apprehension and incarceration of unknown accomplices and/or a stronger criminal case against accomplices.
WHO IS NOT A SNITCH?
Now that you have the definition and a clear understanding of who and what a snitch is. Let us tell you who is ABSOLUTELY NOT a snitch. Any general, everyday regular citizen (like: a grandmother, a grandfather, a child, or any general everyday working class person who is ABSOLUTELY NOT affiliated with the life of crime) who helps a criminal get caught by providing helpful information to solve a police investigation is ‘ABSOLUTELY NOT’ a snitch.
WHY IS THIS PERSON NOT A SNITCH?
This person is NOT a snitch because this person is a civilian. This person is NOT involved in the life of crime. This person did not commit the crime with you. This person is NOT a criminal. This person is a general, everyday working class, taxpaying citizen in search of a better community and a better life for his/her family. If you (as a criminal) were doing your job as a criminal (or if you were even a good criminal) no one would have information about you to tell. Therefore, as opposed to falsely labeling individuals with a title that they have not earned, that will potentially place their lives in jeopardy, maybe you should be a better criminal. Money collected in taxes from the everyday working class citizen is used to pay the salary of law enforcement professionals. For example: If you are a drug dealer, the same way that you will not accept $5.00 from an addict for a drug that is worth $10.00, the tax paying citizen will not accept poor services from law enforcement professionals that they pay. Therefore, if you have chosen the life of crime as your job, don't get caught.
LET US HELP YOU NOT GO TO JAIL
If you don't want to get caught and/or you don't want to go to jail, how about getting OUT of the life of crime. Let us help you get a job.
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