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Stephen A. Frye s.frye at VERIZON.NET
Wed Feb 19 06:28:56 MST 2003


At 10:52 PM 2/18/2003 -0600, you wrote:
>it stikes me as flat-out Wrong, that this guy should have to pay ANYTHING by
>way of an impound fee, so long as they determine that his car was the wrong
>one.  what kind of justice is that, anyway?  bad fortune enough that he has
>to continue to make the payments for a vehicle that he has no access to -
>through no fault of his own.  i can't really see a good way around that
>facet of his case.  of course, i must admit also, that it strikes me as odd
>that if they could verify his alibi, & the location of his vehicle, then WHY
>did they continue to impound his vehicle?  was this a simple ruse just to
>generate a few dollars of free revenue?
>
>i'm for allowing law enforcement a lot of latitude to get their job done.
>but after a certain point, it goes beyond the pale of tolerance & becomes a
>DIS-service to the function they exist to serve.

Ain't it the truth.  You mention justice - wouldn't it be nice?



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