He was hiding where, now?

So a Hill District man Joseph Lee was wanted for questioning in a homicide and the police tracked him down to a relative’s apartment.

Lee was hiding, according to the Post-Gazette, inside a sofa.

Not behind a sofa, my friends. Not UNDER a sofa. He was INSIDE the sofa.

Someone please explain this to me? How does that work? Did his relative have a sofa gutted just in case this exact kind of situation warranted such a use for it? Or did this genius criminal, who by the way at the time of “alleged” slaying was wearing a bullet-proof vest and wielding an AK-47, just take the cushions off, lay down, and then have his relative put them back on over him, hoping the cops wouldn’t notice a big huge lumpy mound underneath?

Criminals amuse me.





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