FBI Database Links Long-haul Truckers, Serial Killings
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April 7th, 2009 08:39 PM
We should start a group to bring every little thing that truckers do wrong to the medias attention, start holding rallies, get government grants to study the trucker problem, form committees in each state to effectively curtail the ablity of truckers to have access to hookers. Then we can pressure Congress to implement some form of common sense trucker legislation. Perhaps a tax stamp for a mesh back ball cap, waiting periods on CB Radios and chrome accessories. You'll have a 14 day waiting period on diesel fuel...a cooling off period.
After all, no right minded citizen would dare complain about losing some of their rights...after all...if it saves just one hooker, it'll be worth it.
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April 7th, 2009 10:47 PM
We have a highway up here called the "Highway of tears" the thought that the killer could be a trucker or a salesperson is high on people's minds.
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