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Friday, May 27, 2011

DOJ refuses to pay ...

... for the rare Ferrari an FBI agent wrecked:

FBI agent Fred Kingston was to move the Ferrari from a garage in May 2009. Assistant U.S. Attorney J. Hamilton Thompson said Kingston invited him on a "short ride."

"Just a few seconds after we left the parking lot, we went around a curve and the rear of the car began sliding," Thompson said in an email released to Motors Insurance Co., the dealer's insurer.

Of course they refused; you can't expect the government to be accountable for damage for something in their control, can you?!

The agent invited an assistant US Attorney for a sedate Sunday drive in a rare Ferrari F50 and that pesky foreign hardware's rear end broke loose unexpectedly and we barely bumped a bush and a curb and the safety standards are so lax in Italy that the rare Ferrari F50 was totaled and one of the occupants required massive amounts of stitches ... so we're not gonna pay for the damage.

Sounds like our government.


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