By metallicatime - 16/12/2011 03:16 - United States
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Give them some donuts, you will then be helped. Merry Christmas
Error message on a long post -_- Sending in parts... 1 - Maybe I have too much faith in our criminal justice system, but I'd think a little investigating would unearth the truth. I imagine if the light fell into OP's truck, there'd be a huge dent from the height and weight. The bulbs/glass would likely be broken. If op was actually stealing it, it would've been placed into his truck, with little to no damage to either the truck or the light.
3 - Lastly, I'm imagining OP immediately pulling over and calling the cops after hearing the crash of the light falling into his truck. And I imagine if he stole the light, he'd have wire cutters, ladder, etc on him. Not that he'd be automatically guilty if he did, but their absence would certainly point in the direction of his innocence. Just my $.02. FYL, OP, and I hope you have a good lawyer...
That's a good idea as well. Do not want any telephone poles falling down on the old lady pushing her grocery cart home. I do not understand how they can just jump to the conclusion of theft. First off I'm sure there would be some damage from it falling onto your vehicle. Secondly wouldn't there be tools? How do you take down a traffic light? Aren't they hardcore attached (I guess this one wasn't) to a pole or wires? You would need like a latter, lots of random tools, safety gear, etc. O.o? Lastly are there no traffic cameras or nearby businesses with security cameras?
Wow what are the chances? But aren't you innocent til proven guilty?