Bryan decided to leave San Diego again for Tijuana. He’s not having a lot of luck obtaining controlled substances, apparently Mexico is getting pretty strict about dispensing them. He is also trying to book a ticket to Bolivia but not having luck with that either.
Bryan got into a lunch room fight at the homeless shelter with another bum and decided to leave a few days ago. He was briefly in Los Angeles but has since moved on to San Diego.
The last I saw of him, he was camping outside of the “Old Town Church” and later that morning, he went to the DMV to attempt a renewal of his California driver license. Does this mean he wants to get another vehicle (car and/or scooter as before) and possibly live out of the car? We’ll see how this unfolds.
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Bryan’s adventures in Panama have come to a halt. He applied for asylum and even attended an interview, but claimed the translator was corrupting his testimony (no evidence provided) and decided to leave several days after the interview.
Bryan ends up taking a flight out of Panama back to New York City where he passes through immigration and returns to American life. For how long is not clear.
Here’s the adventure so far:
Bryan gets into an argument with police officers at JFK Airport. The officers have zero tolerance for Bryan’s bullshit and lies:
After being given the bum’s rush at JFK Airport, he ended up at a city-run veteran’s shelter:
Bryan left the veterans shelter after a day or less, apparently because he thought they were harvesting his DNA through the use of COVID testing, which makes no sense at all. DNA doesn’t change, so if they actually care to catalog his DNA, they need only take it from a single sample, not from countless continued samples taken on an ongoing basis.