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W9 Form - Audit Risk?

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- Sat, 20 Jun 2020 06:35:58 EST fBFCAaWS No.46635
File: 1592649358645.jpg -(262919B / 256.76KB, 1074x1324) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. W9 Form - Audit Risk?
So my friends are behind on rent and facing eviction. There is a local grant for rent relief, but they are not going to apply because it requires them to fill out a W9 form. They have not filed taxes in years and are afraid of being audited.

How risky is it to apply? Will this increase their likelihood of an audit? The money is basically guaranteed, so I don't want them to turn down this opportunity if the risk is minimal.
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Samuel Pallerdock - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 00:55:19 EST FZPBoVSn No.46637 Reply
>>46635
Things are difficult. I see no issue to fill out a W9 form https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-w-9 so since they have not been paying taxes, in the legal sense.
They may get a kick from the ,gov. There would be no audit since they haven't paid taxes. What is there to audit? If they pay money$ for rent in the past,
Keep paying or be evicted. I see no protection by .gov unless they pay rent.

The risk is minimal, but will likely not move forward. as a free ride.
If they paid rent before, they will not get kicked, but they should pay
rent simply liked they used to. If they liked their landlord before,
kicking 20 bucks or more a week should work fine.

In short, the .gov eventually will not be able to help.
They may make a mistake and kick a check, but not
likely. Find financial worth, talk personable with
the landlord, try to work something out.
landlords can be asses, but again the can be ok to work with.

considering times are difficult, both tenants and property owners
are difficult at best, an agreement seems the best solution.

Reality, apt owners are not gettin much from the .gov. nothing

autit, how does one audit that doesn't file taxes?

--
So I am bonkers right now, I am loosing more money than I am taking in.
I am not an attorney. I am not going to reread what I wrote,

If you have all the means, the landlord, etc. depends on you to
keeping on."paying rent" They landorlds really getting .gov subsidies,,

So keep paying rent as usual if possible.
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Simon Fanshaw - Wed, 24 Jun 2020 10:09:16 EST itIffVZP No.46638 Reply
>>46635
Did they need to file taxes? How much money do they make per year? If you make less than the standard deduction amount (~12,500 right now) they don't need to file taxes regardless.

Anyway, I doubt it would increase their chances of being audited. Audits are usually triggered by IRS algorithms related to the return filed.

Becoming a PI

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- Mon, 13 Aug 2018 13:26:32 EST p6LvcaWj No.46269
File: 1534181192416.jpg -(1037431B / 1013.12KB, 2250x3000) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Becoming a PI
Just applied for classes to become a "private eye" or private investigator. Classes last 6 to 12 weeks. Wouldn't do anything involving drug busts, would open my own offices and bust people for abduction, attempted date rape and other serious crimes. My gramps has a licence so he could help me study. What does /law/ think about this idea?
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Barnaby Cagglestark - Mon, 15 Apr 2019 23:49:53 EST S2Z+PzRj No.46372 Reply
  1. Learn an area of expertise
  2. Move somewhere nobody knows you
  3. Get hired by an agency OR
  4. Start an agency in an area that doesn't require a license (SD or KY in the states)
  5. Scrape by doing shady shit for shadier people until you have dirt on everyone in town
  6. Extort the wretches for your real income

This is the only way I know.
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Emma Pinkindidge - Fri, 13 Mar 2020 23:11:38 EST 9i0/T2on No.46614 Reply
how can there even be classes to be a pi? That sounds like a scam. I dont see how being a PI could possibly be viable nowadays
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Molly Peffinglit - Sun, 07 Jun 2020 17:53:53 EST rCEXRZC5 No.46630 Reply
>>46269
if you are fine with stalking cheating spouses all day and trying to snap pics of them with their new hot boytoy, go ahead. keep in mind 95 percent of the work is going to be very boring stakeout type bullshit. if you are expecting cool cases or want that weird detective noir vibe in your life this ain't the route. Those are once in a blue moon type things that inevitably get handed to the "big boys" who are renown, established, out compete you, etc.
In other words if you are cool with a grindy ass job go ahead - just don't kid yourself that it's going to be cool and glamorous. Think the process server scene at the start of Pineapple Express. People think its cool but in reality its just a job
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How to find lawyer to get off probation?

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- Sun, 17 May 2020 17:42:50 EST cfYutFUh No.46626
File: 1589751770216.jpg -(393839B / 384.61KB, 1920x1200) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How to find lawyer to get off probation?
I live with my parents who are older and disabled. I don’t want to risk getting corona so I wanna get all my stuff over with so I don’t risk killing my parents or something running around.

I’m around the point where I can get off early, no violations, completed everything, paid off all fines. The only thing is they want me to have a job to finish but we have corona going on I have no license and I was in job training and everything.

How can I find a lawyer to help me out with this? I’m scared of one just stealing my money or something and kinda paranoid going into a courthouse or anything. My parents are really at risk and it’s making me paranoid.

how to keep a killer out of jail

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- Tue, 19 Dec 2017 22:06:51 EST xdJZdt0i No.46012
File: 1513739211369.jpg -(54505B / 53.23KB, 640x480) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. how to keep a killer out of jail
how do you win a court case when your client clearly killed him please help
so i have this client all the edvidence points to him and i need that money
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Angus Suffingbick - Sat, 23 Dec 2017 17:10:48 EST OF1rZvH5 No.46017 Reply
>>46016
You know, most people on this site can actually handle their drugs.
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Samuel Hobberdack - Sun, 24 Dec 2017 06:45:08 EST dMXCI0R2 No.46018 Reply
>>46017
Yes? We're also probably not the judge or prosecution...
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Chart - Sat, 11 Apr 2020 16:48:16 EST wAD0hUkB No.46617 Reply
>>46012
Make him "unrustled" you tard, by what I mean pointingean people back to their owned prickly nose

taking my temp

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- Thu, 19 Mar 2020 20:44:19 EST +ux+U7di No.46615
File: 1584665059853.png -(313382B / 306.04KB, 550x513) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. taking my temp
So this whole corona scare is in full force, I work a job that has to be running 24/7 and cant be shut down. Their way of keeping people safe there is to have a supervisor (non-medical professional) take everyone's temperature before they go into work. If we read too high we will be put on free paid leave, if we refuse to submit to it, we will be officially disciplined. My wondering here is if this is a violation of medical privacy and therefore liable for a lawsuit.
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Eliza Fuckingson - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 20:28:00 EST a/RtK6sj No.46616 Reply
>>46615
If you refused and got fired possibly. I am sure you signed workplace safety documents of some sort. It's a workplace policy issue. Now if you had some
sort of high temperature syndrome and had it known and were fired, you may have a discrimination issue.

Arrested for not talking?

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- Sat, 31 Aug 2019 15:47:32 EST FRWZMpRk No.46457
File: 1567280852104.png -(809909B / 790.93KB, 1275x675) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Arrested for not talking?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6l6tMt3KR6A
10:15

"He's your boyfriend, and we're investigating a crime right now... tell me, you're gonna obstruct our investigation? Which is arrestable?"

I'm no lawyer, but isn't what he's saying a lie? It sounds like the cop's trying to get her to tell him whether or not the guy being placed under arrest is her boyfriend/tell the him his name. Isn't this a direct violation of the 5th amendment? Can't you legally plead the fifth in this type of situation without being charged with obstruction of justice or whatever charge he's talking about?
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Polly Grimridge - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 18:46:35 EST cfYutFUh No.46464 Reply
>>46457
If they have evidence to arrest they will arrest. No amount of talking will take away evidence. If they dont have evidence to arrest then they cant.

I’m not resisting, i want a lawyer, I’m not answering questions. Fucking nazi state we have to beg not to be tackled and arrested.
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Eliza Dremblekon - Tue, 03 Mar 2020 10:30:02 EST KuQXxTye No.46611 Reply
Europe is so branless, turning it's nation a good home for gays and muslims instead of taking care of their own people...
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Betsy Tootwell - Sat, 07 Mar 2020 23:46:03 EST V08tax68 No.46613 Reply
She was not being detained. They did not ask her for identification.
They stated they wanted his name if they were to give her her phone
that he had. If he had given them his name, there would have been
no reason to ask her his name, being his girlfriend and all.

She walked up to them, stated she knew him well enough to likely
know his name. She became part of this. Not the other way around.

this I know my rights, lawyer shit, there is a thing called street-smarts,
it goes both ways.

These cops were pretty darn mellow. She didn't get irate or anything,
she could have lied about his chosen alias just as well. and been
charged with obstruction, false information. Which would likely be
tossed, but, she walked.

He was going to jail and they would have figured out who he was within like
20 minutes. If she lied about his name, or didn't offer his name, the outcome
would have likely been different.

Liability

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- Sun, 01 Mar 2020 16:45:08 EST CupdPVjc No.46610
File: 1583099108588.jpg -(72228B / 70.54KB, 540x960) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Liability
>In hospital for kid
>Parent is intoxicated
>Hospital staff notices asks parent to go to adult hosptial to be checked out.
>Parent refuses
>Parent then makes a scene about her pills being taken by other parent
>Intoxicated parent has several instances of showing symptoms of intoxication
>Hosptial staff decide to do informal checkup on intoxicated parent to make sure they are okay or something, this happens every hour or so
>Until they come in and find intoxicated parent non responsive and had already passed a significant time ago.
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Nathaniel Meshbanks - Sat, 07 Mar 2020 15:03:21 EST 3zRx32g7 No.46612 Reply
Potential liability - what state is this?

How is it ok but Epstein is a monster?

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- Mon, 10 Feb 2020 18:49:12 EST cdlmjYO0 No.46601
File: 1581378552246.png -(378572B / 369.70KB, 874x1046) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How is it ok but Epstein is a monster?
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thorn_(organization)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YT9GWfm-ffY
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William Nedgeman - Mon, 10 Feb 2020 18:51:35 EST cdlmjYO0 No.46602 Reply
>>46601
She's one of the two founders of that international helper.
Jimmy Saville helped kids too...
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Shit Gogglebare - Tue, 11 Feb 2020 02:31:28 EST xqeb0fUv No.46603 Reply
Yeah man those Hollywood -- let me check my notes here -- satanists are out of hand.
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Hannah Shakefoot - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 03:34:17 EST cdlmjYO0 No.46607 Reply
>>46603
So the anecdotal interpretation of this clear and irrefutable footage is more relevant than the footage itself?
No wander Epstein was murdered in plain view.

Run from dui

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- Wed, 29 Jan 2020 21:36:27 EST cfYutFUh No.46598
File: 1580351787074.jpg -(54732B / 53.45KB, 1600x900) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Run from dui
Can i run from a dui and get my license back? I got a lifelong probation sentence for being black and gods out to get me.

I talked to people on circlejerk and they told me they ran from their shit and they got their license back in another state after they paid off their fines and shit

Can i just pay back my shit on the run and just get my license back? All i care about is my license i dont care if i can ever come home again
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Angus Foblingspear - Sun, 02 Feb 2020 09:47:07 EST mUXVAKXw No.46599 Reply
You’re not gonna do shit ruralfag
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Phineas Brandlefore - Mon, 10 Feb 2020 03:08:13 EST holZqxdb No.46600 Reply
>>46598
Well whatever you were sentenced for, there are states that may allow one to discontinue lifelong probation sentence. If you are currently complying, you may be able to transfer probation to another lenient state and maybe petition to get off probation after an amount of time. This would be likely difficult of course.

If you succeeded in getting a dl in another state, if you were Id by police. They may pick it up and could be extradited back.

Look up cases that may have prevailed in your state of lifelong supervision and see if were challenged.
You may I believe petition the court, if you have served your sentence. To reverse this decision
by the courts.

Opinion, you will likely get caught, eventually, trying to leave. I have seen people go 10 years or so, but then, it's over.

But the outcome was better than what was previous, minus the constant worry of being picked up, using n assumed name.

Should I switch lawyers. Or any advice

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- Fri, 17 Jan 2020 21:29:07 EST IGfeFmlr No.46592
File: 1579314547696.jpg -(6497B / 6.34KB, 245x200) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Should I switch lawyers. Or any advice
So, my case is in the state of Texas. It is a second degree felony charge for possesion of LSD. My current lawyer is an older man. Like around 70 or so. He has 40 years of experience he claims in criminal defense. Best he could get me was Court Diversion but I don't know if I can go with that. Or regular probation.

My girlfriend has a lawyer too but he is younger and supposedly he is connected well. He says he can get cases dropped. There are some technicalities in my case I believe. I never met this guy. My current lawyer seems like an honest real person though who won't bullshit me.

I might meet up with him sometime this week.
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Henry Bardman - Sun, 19 Jan 2020 22:26:31 EST ggin+x/W No.46594 Reply
>>46593
Yeah. I'm still gonna keep my original lawyer but meet and see what this other lawyer is like.
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William Fomblegold - Mon, 20 Jan 2020 03:23:52 EST V08tax68 No.46595 Reply
>>46593
If you must plead guilty to enter a program. You simply did just that, plead guilty. With that you may have waived your rights to due-process of law. If you fail program, and you had already plead guilty. You could be tried, or possibly even sentenced by that plea. Which is somewhat unlikely. Depending.

If you fail drug diversion, you could possibly be tried, if lucky. Or simply just be sentenced to the penalties that it may carry as you had plead guilty.

You need to know if you have to plead guilty before being considered for diversion. If your current attorney has not explained this to you. (Different places have different rules.) Then really think about what your options are.

You have to know this stuff.
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William Fomblegold - Mon, 20 Jan 2020 03:36:30 EST V08tax68 No.46596 Reply
>>46594
I will reiterate again, if your current attorney has not explained if you have to plead guilty or even not plea at all to be considered for diversion. Then I think he has failed so far.

Need help desperately

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- Fri, 21 Oct 2016 15:12:16 EST DTRF8mUI No.45573
File: 1477077136486.jpg -(34302B / 33.50KB, 268x395) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Need help desperately
Live in Wisconsin.
Sold a car in march. Never sold a car in my life before. The dude who I sold it to told me that a bill of sale isn't needed and I just needed to sign the title.

Guess it got abandoned somewhere in PA. Now I have court (which I entered a not guilty plea by mail) and am gonna have like a $600 fine for abandoning a vehicle.

This is just the beginning of my trouble. You see, I did a bit of investigating and found the tow yard that took my car. They told me that the car is now in the salvage yard, however, it sat in there yard all summer and got a fee of $8500. I was never contacted and never knew about this until now.

What do I do about this? I tried contacting the bar association in the county, I was directed to them as they could supposedly give me a free consulation. I have yet to hear back from them.
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pisutilra - Wed, 01 Jan 2020 15:54:20 EST urB7PE8S No.46587 Reply
>>45573
how its gona work next time. bill of sale goes to you, the title goes to them. get all this done with a place that has a formal noterary.
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Isabella Weblingledge - Sat, 04 Jan 2020 01:12:40 EST zoDbd7Q+ No.46588 Reply
>>45573
I assume you could track down if the cars history after selling the car. If he
registered it, got plates, then it is i assume simply not your car.

Sounds like that did not happen.

how fucked am I

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- Sat, 19 Oct 2019 06:53:33 EST QubSV7eI No.46517
File: 1571482413454.jpg -(44829B / 43.78KB, 556x579) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. how fucked am I
I was blacked out and bought 300 dollars in bitcoin with an emergency credit card my parents gave me since I'm in between jobs, then when I came to the next day and my dad asked me about the charge I said I didn't do it, so he reported it as fraud, now my account on the exchange I used is suspended

i didn't even use the coins because I sent them to the wrong address apparently, because when I booted up TAILS the next morning my wallet was empty and so was my intermediary wallet

I only have a couple other transactions on the exchange and they were all coins sent to a clearnet wallet then to electrum on TAILS then to a market, without tumbling, they can trace this with effort, but will they expend this effort over 300 dollars?

will anything else come of this? do I need to clean house? move to Belize? this was about a month ago and I haven't heard anything or gotten an love letters
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Walter Dobblesedging - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 23:21:30 EST YXwoQ1m5 No.46519 Reply
>>46517
It's good that you haven't had any love letters. That's a positive side of this event. As long as you don't get any you can take confidence in knowing there is some case to be made here that this is not a bad scenario. Is there any more cause to think things are fine for you? Find out. See what else you can do to prove you're fine. That should be your focal point. Don't invest efforts in anything else. Go full Spongebob season 3 episode 48. Forget everything but finding cases to think your situation is fine and your name. Then you can say you're actually doing alright after that's over, you just need religious like commitment in that direction and a true life of never backing down with that. lol This is a good talk at this point as far as what's transpired.
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Jarvis Billinglock - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 13:16:29 EST yp/nodBw No.46565 Reply
>>46517
figure out where you sent the goddamn coin. next time you feel like throwing away some money, please do me a favor and send it to 3KQHW3KnUBPJCnk2MBVKe7gnNLez5aGUqL

thanks
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Jack Gooddale - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 19:08:15 EST N5/gRD5S No.46581 Reply
welp, nothing yet, but I feel like I'm just being watched even more incredibly closely now, I've got some other dubious stuff attached to my identity. I have to figure my OPSEC the fuck out if I don't want to get v&, and being v& would be a death sentence for me, so I'd just kill myself, which I'm not keen on doing

>>46565
I spent days trying to figure that out, what happened is I used the built in version of Electrum in TAILS, which is somehow STILL broken, instead of the stand alone wallet I had on my persistent storage.

Probate Court Records

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- Thu, 06 Apr 2017 12:47:18 EST 9HzRFqxV No.45809
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I'm a wholesaler in Florida and I'm currently building my seller lists through public court records. I noticed as I'm going through the formal administration cases that sometimes they will have 3 separate cases back to back with the petitioners having the same last name/maiden name. Now.. clearly to me this means its a family is fighting over the descendant's estate and the brothers/sisters all filed for separate probate cases, if my understanding it correct.

Now here's my dilemma, if say I acquire a property through a scenario like the one above, is it possible for the other family members to sue if say, the brother short sells the property to me without the others consent? Can they sue the person on the other side of the contract?

I try to get answers from other wholesalers, realtors, and brokers and they all tell me I'm thinking too much about it and they've never had a lawsuit etc etc. Personally, I do care because one lawsuit could mean the end of my business as I'm just starting with very little capital.

TL;DR: Can I get sued for selling a property in an open probate case that is being litigated by multiple relatives of the seller? I tried getting answers from a family attorney and he couldn't even say yes or no for legal reasons. Can someone just answer the damn question?? lol
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George Seblingham - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 14:50:04 EST 37zVoeS6 No.45810 Reply
Anyone can sue you for anything, genius. What you have to ask yourself is what boxes you need to check to make sure you can have such a suit thrown out on day one. Pay a probate lawyer in Florida for a consultation.
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pisutilra - Wed, 01 Jan 2020 15:40:07 EST urB7PE8S No.46586 Reply
>>45809
you may have just stuck yourself into being a probate case file.

Countries with non extradition to the USA

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- Wed, 11 Sep 2019 18:39:09 EST cfYutFUh No.46462
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Looking for countries that have non extradition to the US. I have not done or committed any serious crime i am just wondering. Just Incase i ever want to.

Some pluses would be warm weather, and at least semi legal/medical marijuana.

I was thinking like Taiwan it seems pretty decent. Something without a government that could just nab me up at any time for no reason. Just a place where my savings in American money would last and its easy to get on your feet and not like swept up by some armed force or some shit because they hate you.

What would be the best? Back when circlejerk had a deep web board why did everyone say run to Belize?
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Nigel Pippercocke - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 11:00:15 EST L+ja/yus No.46514 Reply
>>46462

Your best bet is 100% Vietnam. UAE is a nice connecting flight location because they dont extradite either. I'm pretty sure Laos doesnt extradite as well, and it borders vietnam. I dont remember the specifics of Cambodia.

I made a similar post like a year ago and everyone was a fucking idiot and didnt know what they were talking about. So yeah, fly to Vietnam but get a visa first before you arrive. Make sure any connecting countries dont extradite either.

Good luck.
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Fuck Pockhall - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 01:06:45 EST csbNj9HE No.46521 Reply
Cambodia or Micronesia
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 26 Dec 2019 03:02:40 EST xNT+kOAT No.46585 Reply
Andorra would be your best bet

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