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@JD Hammond - Should we post their addresses and engage in real vigilante justice against these hideous murderers with blood on their hands?

What's with the fixation on posting addresses and vigilante justice? That's not even good policy or conventional behavior when someone actually takes a gun/knife/croquet mallet and murders someone with it, and isn't being suggested anywhere.

Frankly, the description of car-related deaths/damages/etc. really should be "crashes" until liability or charges are determined; similarly, it's the journalistic standard to refer to the accused in a crime as the "alleged murderer" or "alleged shooter" until they're convicted.

Further, on the subject of AAA--this article is an opinion piece that concludes with a link to some alternative options for roadside assistance. It "expects" nothing of anyone and merely provides these alternatives should the conclusions of the piece dismay you. I actually didn't know there were AAA alternative outside of getting roadside through your insurance (which is what I do)! Knowledge is sweet.

by worthing on Feb 15, 2013 11:40 am • linkreport

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