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Criminals want a Continental Breakfast?

No breakfast, no trial: alleged Israeli mobsters
Two alleged Israeli mobsters refused to appear in court for a hearing because they weren't allowed to bring in coffee, cookies, sandwiches and napkins, the Haaretz newspaper reported on Monday.

Who knew criminals had such privileges?
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I'll play their silly game

if they brought enough for everyone I don't see a problem. Of course they would be responsible for cleaning up after.

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They're lucky I'm not the judge

I'd give them 30 days in jail for contempt with no breakfast...

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