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No one wants to have anything to do with the stink of Petters and cohorts.
C'mon, even 40 y/o Minneapolis nerds know Christopher Bridges spells his name, "Ludacris"
$200,000 for a fancy Volkswagen? No thanks.
Who knew, what a ground breaking story..
It's still amazes me that Petters claims he is innocent... How dare he let the others take ALL of the blame!!!
I wonder if they found all these lavish toys at his hangar at the Flying Cloud airport?
They are seizing property, cars and assets before these defendants have even been found guilty! I'm not defending any of them, but what happens if they were all found "Not Guily?"
Could you imagine if your neighbor reported to the police that you committed a crime of some sort, the police then raid your home and take everything, T.V's, computers, electronics, furniture, cars, etc. and sell it? Then it all turned out to be BS? Your stuff is gone and you have no recourse. I have a problem with that.
The stuff should be held somewhere and not sold. Once the convictions are handed down, THEN sell it!
"...adored by Britain's noblesse oblige..."
So the car is adored by the obligation of the upper class to behave in a generous and honorable manner?
Tevlin's writing is more Ludacris (er... ludicrous) than I thought.
I've got Ten bucks cash! Is that enough for any of those cars?
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