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The van was being used in commission of a crime. The fact that he contacted the police immediately and informed of his actions as well as complied with the operators orders gives great vitality that there was no malice in his action. I do not think a prosecutor would invest much time in this case.
Heck, that`d have to be after the police arrested you, the D.A. decided to prosecute, AND a judge let it go to trial. There would be so many hurdles to even get to a jury, but there`s no way they`d convict if it did.
...alright, I made that up, but that should be the case.
Am I the only one who thinks being on the news wasn`t the best idea?
The crooks come running out with the loot, find the doors locked and start blaming each other for locking them: "Holy crap Skeeter, what`d you do you with the keys moron?".
"Shut-up Needle-dick, I din`t do nothing, YOU had the keys last, and YOU locked the doors"
"No You did"
I can visualize them patting themselves down trying to figure out where the keys are.
if you slash the tires they can take a weapon and kill you, if you ride the van away...you just had a whole lot more fun
I can`t believe that the opperator said he could be charged for taking the van.
And also the day that guy gets charged with "stealing" their car, is the day I pack up and move to...hrmm...Canada. Our Legal system is f*ucked.
but i guess when you are getting robbed the adrenaline pumping through your veins doesn`t allow you to think thoroughly.
And yeah, lady, I`m pretty sure that being charged by criminals for auto theft wasn`t really his biggest concern at the time. :|
what the hell is up with our legal system?