Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Former Confederate monument contractor finds $200K Lamborghini burned

Via Billy

http://www.wdsu.com/image/view/-/37511198/highRes/1/-/maxh/480/maxw/640/-/ibj1csz/-/burnedvehicle1-jpg.jpg
 Keep pushing collectivists. The pendulum can only go so far one way.

The contractor who pulled out of the job to remove Confederate monuments in New Orleans after citing death threats found a $200,000 Lamborghini charred beyond recognition in the company's parking lot Tuesday morning, according to WDSU.

An attorney for the company, Roy Maughan Jr., told WDSU that while an investigation into the burnt vehicle is ongoing, its discovery was "extremely suspicious" considering the threats company owner David Mahler and his staff have received in recent days.

More @ NOLA

11 comments:

  1. More than one way to skin a cat....

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  2. I guess somebody decided to make sure that they didn't have a relapse and decide to go ahead and take down the monuments. Earnest money, so to speak. :)

    Heh!


    Central Alabamaian

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  3. Gee, what a shame. Maybe those monuments mean something to someone. Perhaps they should reconsider.

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  4. Given that he backed out of the contract and lost the income he may well have burned it himself to get out from under the payments and insurance premiums.

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    1. Yes and a nice picture to send those who wish to enchain us.

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  5. Awww, you left your $200,000 car unattended in the parking lot overnight?
    Hope your insurance company says the same thing mine would..."Was it kept in a locked garage to which only you had the key? No? Sorry, your coverage only applies if..."
    Bwahahaha
    Hey Brock -what happened to the links to all the other sites? I used those a lot...

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    1. Was it kept in a locked garage

      Exactly what my classic car insurance required and why the premiums are so cheap.

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      what happened to the links to all the other sites? I used those a lot...

      I removed all of them except the Southern ones as a result of the link/s below. Some one else mentioned that they used them, but I had always thought they were not, so I'll put any up that you or other readers request. Just send to me and thanks.

      http://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2016/01/quote-of-decade.html

      http://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2016/01/quote-of-decade.html

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