Here’s an even more shocking thought: if you need to run a background check on someone, it might actually be your parents. The government is currently running a large-scale background check on you and your family. No one is really sure why, but it seems that the government wants to know if you have family members who have information about you.
Sounds like the government is looking out for us, if not for ourselves then for our families.
It might be that they don’t want you to be able to trace your family’s lineage. That way they can keep tabs on all your family members and have you locked away somewhere just to be sure. Or maybe they just want to see if you have close friends that are involved with drugs or money.
Yeah, that’s probably the gist of it. A lot of people have been known to fall under suspicion of such things. To my knowledge, there have been only two reported cases in the past few years where the government was able to confirm that someone was under suspicion of such things. One is a teenager in South Carolina that’s being accused of running a prostitution ring. The other is a South Korean man accused of being an arms dealer.
The second case is one of the most sad ones I can think of. A man named Edward Williams, who lives in the US Virgin Islands, was arrested by the FBI on charges of supplying cocaine and heroin to his own children. He was accused of running a drug operation from behind prison walls. Of course, there are also cases where people have been caught by the government without any knowledge of what they were doing.
This is the kind of topic that always makes me think of the FBI and its use of “evidence.” When the FBI uses evidence to convict a person, it is usually for something illegal. But when they use evidence to find something illegal, it is usually for something illegal. The FBI does not want to be a law enforcement agency, so they would never use evidence to find evidence.
But when they find evidence, they use it to convict that person. And when they are caught using evidence to convict someone, they generally get it back from the prosecutor. But when the FBI uses evidence to find something illegal, it is usually for something illegal.
So, if you want to get a background check, you would need to pass a drug test. You would also need to be at least 21 years of age, have a valid driver’s license, and be able to prove you are not pregnant (or even pregnant). And then you would have to sign some affidavit. The background check is very specific about the information that they are looking for, but it is also vague about some of the things that you can say.
You would tell the background checker that you are not pregnant, you are not in a relationship, you are in college or graduate school, you are not currently married, you are not currently involved with anyone other than your closest friends, and you are not currently using illegal substances. So, you might say that you are a computer programmer who likes to play video games. But the background checker might ask you to say that you are not currently taking illegal substances.
We’ve all done it. It’s nothing to be proud of, but it happens. We all have the occasional drug or alcohol problem or whatever. It’s not like you’re getting arrested or you’ve just been “abused.