9 based on the lab whom was joey lawless

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9. Based on the lab, whom was Joey Lawless communicating with? Explain with evidence. Based on the evidence that I found Joey Lawless was communicating with Emilio Barzini, as you can see from my screenshots above, under answer 5. I found several e-mails from Emilio Barzini that addressed Joey, as well as e-mails from Joey in response to Emilio’s emails There were also a lot of e-mails with Joey Lawless’ parents, Billy Bob and Suzie Lawless. Most of those emails were from the parents discussing back and forth but
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one was from Joey directing his parents not to come back, and that email was titled Tomorrow Night . In the email, Joey’s parents discussed about buying new pricey belongings; as if they lately just came into some money from their son. 10. Based on reviewing the image, what do you think Joey Lawless was communicating about? Explain with evidence. Based on the e-mails that I found between them, it looks like they were interacting in codes; the waste management company could have been a code for the company they were going to extort. Based on the screenshots (emails) I posted under question number 5, they were discussing moving items, which they referred to ask flock, to the herd master. This could be a code for drugs, stolen equipment or even people for a drug trafficking ring.
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