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If trade associations, professional associations, or other groups are important to your enterprise, link to them.

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This is True®

by Randy Cassingham

Stories from My Archives ©1994-2022

Eyewitness III
A police officer on patrol a few blocks from the Fox Valley (Wisc.) Metro Police Department headquarters saw a car speed by him. He chased after the car, which ran a stop sign, and saw the driver bail out and run. A passenger in the now-stopped car claimed he didn’t know who the driver was. As backup officers started searching the area, they heard someone call, “Over here, officer.” It was the driver, Joseph Delongchamp, 18, asking for help. Police say that after jumping out of the car, Delongchamp tripped in the dark and broke his leg. Officers visited him in the hospital to give him citations for a second offense of drunken driving, a second offense of driving on a revoked license, running a stop sign, and underage drinking. But they spared him a felony charge of fleeing an officer. “It just wasn’t his night,” an officer said. (Appleton Post Crescent) ...Thus violating Police Rule No. 2741: “Never give a loser an even break.”
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