Live PD: The Rat Got Greedy (Season 2) | A&E

A man accused of shoplifting calls in, claiming to have been assaulted by store employees who detained him in this clip from “12.9.17”. #LivePD

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Live PD
Season 2
Episode 20
12.9.17

On “Live PD,” ABC’s Dan Abrams and Dallas Police Department Detectives Rich Emberlin and Kevin Jackson offer insight and commentary as live cameras capture the work of a mix of urban and rural police forces around the country on a typical Friday night.

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22 thoughts on “Live PD: The Rat Got Greedy (Season 2) | A&E

  1. "I came in to get beef jerky….

    You see, jerky is lean, trimmed meat that has been cut into strips and dried (dehydrated) to prevent spoilage. Normally, this drying includes the addition of salt to prevent bacteria growth before the meat has finished the dehydrating process. The word 'jerky' derives from the Quechua word ch'arki, meaning 'dried, salted meat.' Modern manufactured jerky is often marinated, prepared with a seasoned spice rub or liquid, or smoked with low heat, usually under 70C/160F. Store-bought jerky commonly includes sweeteners such as brown sugar. Jerky is made from domesticated animals as well as game animals. Jerky from domesticated animals includes beef, pork, goat, and mutton or lamb, and game animals such as deer, kudu, springbok, kangaroo, and bison are also used…."

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