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Dudley D. Doright f16rsdad at JUNO.COM
Tue Feb 18 22:39:47 MST 2003


On Tue, 18 Feb 2003 14:10:48 -0800 "Stephen A. Frye" <s.frye at VERIZON.NET>
writes:
> The Laci Peterson case here has been in the news for quite some
> time.  Right after her disappearance, the police impounded her
> husband's
> truck and boat.  He is not a suspect, but has not been eliminated
> either -
> maybe he's a person of interest.  Anyway, he bought another truck
> to
> continue his business.  The police, just today (or yesterday)
> impounded
> that one.  I can't help but wonder how his newly acquired truck is
> evidence
> in the case - seems to me it borders heavily on the side of
> harassment.
>
> I've noticed in the recent past (couple of years) that if anyone's
> home is
> searched for anything, almost every time their computers are
> impounded.  I
> can't help but wonder why, and if people ever get their impounded
> possessions back.
>
> I guess some do.  A man here at work had his car impounded.  There
> was a
> hit and run, and a witness described the car and had the license
> number.  It was his license number.  They took his car.  He had a
> perfect
> alibi - he was here at work, and he had not loaned out his car.  Two
> years
> later the police found the right car - the reported license number
> had been
> off by one letter.  he had to pay for his car while it was in
> impound, he
> had to pay the impound fee, and he had to pay storage during the
> impound
> for the entire two years - not to mention the legal fees he
> incurred.
>
> I am almost beginning to believe that if one has any type of
> incident with
> the police, one is royally screwed.
>
>
Unless you are the Victim, or a witness to a crime.  Do not talk to the
Police, period.

DD

DD



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