Bad Advice John Perry-Warnes of the Norfolk (England) Police Authority told his frustrated constituents there’s a way to get the police to respond more quickly to calls for help: exaggerate the problem. Police Authority chairman Stephen Bett decried the advice, noting “a more important incident could be put behind something people were exaggerating over.” But Perry-Warnes stood by his advice. “I do not think my view is at all unreasonable,” he said. (London Daily Mail) ...Right: certainly there has never been a problem when people “cried wolf” over and over. Available in This is True: Book Collection Vol. 13
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