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Wow! What a jererrrk!

To conceal an arrest warrant for auto theft, Amos Ashley, 62, told traffic-stop officers in Lawrenceburg, Ind., that he was — as he wrote on a paper for them — “Rorth Taylor.”
“Pronounce it,” ordered a trooper.
“Robert Taylor.”
“Spell it once more, please.”
“R-e-r-e-r-t,” wrote Ashley.
“And ‘Taylor’?”
“T-a-y-l-o-e-r.”
Several more attempts followed, until Ashley finally admitted his name and was arrested.
They got the
‘criminal’
park right
Christopher Soon won an acquittal for his client Alan Patton, who had been charged with violating a law that had been passed primarily to stop Alan Patton.
That law makes it illegal to ...


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