Perry was released from Superior Court in Middletown Thursday on a promise to appear for his next court date Oct. 10 on charges of criminal impersonation, with charges of identity theft and forgery.
Anyone else find this disturbing? You let a guy free that steals identities on good faith that he'll show up at court weeks down the road?
posted on 09/27/2003 8:40:54 AM PDT
A definite Darwin nominee.
posted on 09/27/2003 9:28:37 AM PDT
(Those who preach tolerance seem to have the least for my views.)
What I find disturbing is that a loser with a hacked-up driving record can totally steal/forge/create documents and convince government that he is someone else. It's too easy to steal identities. There is a growing awareness about this problem, but the problem is bound to get much worse, before it gets better.
posted on 09/27/2003 9:39:55 AM PDT
(Start the revolution NOW!)
You let a guy free that steals identities on good faith that he'll show up at court weeks down the road?
He'll show up as the judge, and dismiss his own case.
posted on 09/27/2003 9:42:12 AM PDT
by Hank Rearden
(Dick Gephardt. Before he dicks you.)
I'm guessing he celebrated his bail by having a drink or two...
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