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Taxpayers don't get an escort

It’s astonishing what ends up being controversial.
One would think that in a community where celebrities, movie stars, diplomats, potentates and despots are as common as dirt, the public safety officials would have long ago gotten used to working with them, would know how to take their celebrity in stride.
But it appears that the officials in the District of Columbia get as impressed as Barney Fife when a star shows up.
First we heard about the D.C. cops providing a high-speed motor escort for Charlie Sheen. How? Sheen put it on the Internet.
“In car with police ...

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