Could Generic Viagra Lure A Wanted Criminal

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Members of the FBI who face the challenge of locating one of the criminals listed as being among the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted,” might want to study ways to make use of Generic Viagra. Perhaps they could circulate information about cheap generic Viagra or incredibly inexpensive Generic Cialis. They might then have luck with trapping a criminal who desired a way to improve his sexual performance.

Back in 1985, well before the appearance on drug store shelves of both Viagra and Cialis, the FBI sought a murderer, one who loved to jog and to lift weights. While living in California, that jogger and weightlifter had performed a very callous act. He had killed his son and two daughters.

In an effort to escape from the long arm of the law, that uncaring father traveled across the United States. Eventually, he found himself in a Pennsylvania county, York County.

Now the criminal’s movements did take him far from California, but they moved him into a County that was the home of Bob Hoffman, the founder of the York Barbell Company.

Bob Hoffman had earned the title “Father of World Weightlifting.” Hoffman had been given the title because he had directed his efforts towards the promotion of physical fitness. Between 1948 and 1964, Hoffman had been the coach of the U.S. weightlifting team.

After leaving that position, Hoffman put much of his energy into the affairs of York Barbell Company. Hoffman enjoyed business success, and he used some of his profits to support a cause that was dear to him. He offered financial support to the promotion of weightlifting and bodybuilding. In addition, he advocated for the benefits of nutritional supplements.

Recognized and respected as a philanthropist, Bob Hoffman received affirmations from many in the community. When Hoffman died, in 1985, the papers carried a long article about his life and his business dealings. That article mentioned the existence of the Hoffman Health Store.

Now the murderer from California happened to see the article about Hoffman’s passing. He made note of the fact that the Hoffman Health Store had been mentioned in that article. The murderer wanted to visit that store.

The murderer’s desire to become even healthier landed him in prison. When he got into a taxi and asked to go to the Hoffman Health Store, his behavior aroused the suspicions of the taxi driver. Taxi drivers across the U.S. had been given information about the FBI’s most wanted. The murderer stepped into a cab with a driver who linked the picture he had seen to the face then in his taxi.

The taxi driver contacted the FBI. The FBI learned that the murderer, Robert Henry Nicklaus, had chosen to get a room at the local YMCA. The agents waited quietly near that room. They caught Nicklaus when he returned from a shopping trip with a bag of groceries.

Maybe our present-day FBI agents could nab a criminal on the “Most Wanted” list as he returned to his residence, following a trip to the drug store. That criminal might return to his residence with a bottle of generic Viagra.

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