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The Texas plumber whose old work truck was acquired by Syrian jihadis who mounted it with a large gun has settled a lawsuit against the car dealership that resold the vehicle without removing a decal bearing the company's name and phone number. The lawsuit sought more than $1 million and was settled quietly for an undisclosed sum.
originally posted by: dawnstar
a reply to: letni
It's rather hard to believe that the car dealership sold the truck to isis and that seems to have been the most damaging link in the chain. I wasn't even aware that a car dealership was responsible for removing the decals off of the vehicles before they are resold. And, after this story hit the news, I think most people in similar circumstances would be taking that responsibility on themselves, even if it meant just doing a quick and cheap paint job in black spray paint.
But, I would really like to know how it turned up in the middle east in isis hands.
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