[DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle
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[DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle



***** Moderator's Note *****
I debated posting the original post for some time.  On the one hand,
the information does identify an exposure and could lead to a car
being stolen.  On the other hand, since the exposure is identified,
owners can take the appropriate steps to proctect their cars and
prevent a theft.  Obviously, I opted to send the post through.  In 
my mind, this is no different than a typical alarm system.  They all
have flaws, and those flaws are known to the people intent on 
stealing cars.  Personally, I would want to know about them so I
can make an informed decision about the risk I am taking by leaving
the car out in the open.  As Dave points out, a determined thief will
get what they want. 

Mike G.  Moderator of the Week
***** 

It is irresponsable for you or anyone to post in such detail how to
commit an illegal act. What you are saying to do is not as much
speculation as it is a recipe to commit a crime. We do not know all
the circumstances of this alleged crime and to spread rumors about it
is of no benefit to anyone. This could be a case of someone with a key
"borrowing" the car or maybe it was repossesed. Time will tell but for
you to explain in detail how vulnurable the identity of an individual
car is is not in anyone's best interests. My origional post was
bounced as it was deemed too personal a response. As far as I am
concerned the moderator should have bounced cbl1302's post. The
ultimate protection is insurance. If a thief is determined there is
little an owner can do.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "cbl1739" <cbl302@xxxx> wrote:
> Re: Stolen in Seattle
> 
> Chances are it was NOT stolen for its parts,but for the whole 
> 






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