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Saturday, October 6, 2007

Good Samartian Savaged Again...

I wish I could say that Atlanta was better than Mesa, AZ, but it looks like we aren't immune to worthless scumbag syndrome: Samaritan's Car Stolen
ATLANTA — When Natalie King stopped to check on a pregnant woman and a 3-year-old involved in a rush hour car accident, someone drove off with her vehicle.

The 25-year-old was on her way to work Wednesday morning when she saw two other vehicles collide. Like other drivers, she stopped to see if the woman needed help.

King left the key in the ignition of her 2006 Volkswagen Passat because it seemed there would be little danger of it getting stolen -- cars were backed up on the road because of the accident and there were no sidewalks.

"It didn't seem like a prime area for a car to get stolen," she said.

But less than two minutes after she got out of her car, it was gone. Someone apparently drove it onto a side street and disappeared.
Public flogging, I still say that's the answer...


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