Mexican official fired after stealing White House BlackBerry’s

April 25, 2008 | By | 5 Comments

A mexican press official has been fired after he stole six or so BlackBerry devices from a meeting in New Orleans. The BlackBerry devices belonged to officials who were meeting with President Bush. Apparently in high level meeting such as this is a common practice for members to leave all devices on a table. Secret Service was notified the devices were missing and found the press member at the airport with the devices.

Also Fox News being so smart quoted "Whether he was up to no good or simply desperate to play BrickBreaker…" which I thought was kind of funny and made me wonder what this guy was really looking for??

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