Ileana Sarratt
Ileana Sarratt voted up Corey The Goofyhawk's answer

My guess would be that the premium weapons should be unlocked already with the premium code. However, the best action would be to contact Electronic Arts' customer service and discuss the problem with them. They will be able to assist you better than we can. Check out the link below for EA's website regarding Battlefield … Read more

Ileana Sarratt
Ileana Sarratt voted up Corey The Goofyhawk's answer

My guess would be that the premium weapons should be unlocked already with the premium code. However, the best action would be to contact Electronic Arts' customer service and discuss the problem with them. They will be able to assist you better than we can. Check out the link below for EA's website regarding Battlefield … Read more

Ileana Sarratt
Ileana Sarratt voted up Walter The Grump's answer

Court records are public information and available. Also, most states have offender searches where you can look up inmates. The Federal Bureau of Prisons also has an inmate locator search giving an estimated release date. Tell me what state he's serving no time and I can give you a link.

http://www.bop.gov/inmateloc/

Ileana Sarratt
Ileana Sarratt voted up Anonymous' answer

Court records are public information.  Google the circuit court of the county and state in which he was convicted.  There you can search his name and get all of the court records for his trial, conviction, sentence and fines.

Then... Think hard about how associating with him enhances your life, vs. how it complicates your life.  … Read more