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Old 09-28-2013
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Re: Aren't boats too easy to steal?

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And most gun owners would tell you that it is often illegal to shoot a mere thief. The thieves already know that. Thievery isn't burglary and you can't even legally shoot horse thieves, unless you're in Texas.
And, in most places, you are looking at nothing but a suspended sentence and probation for theft, anyway. At least until you get caught two or three times.
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Re: Aren't boats too easy to steal?

Herd about this driving to work on radio:
Stolen yacht found wrecked on Big Island reef - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

Here is the yachts web site:
http://corsairehawaii.com/

Paper says yacht a total loss.

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