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Source: Drudge report
February 25, 2011
I think the customer was right. If when he pulled in the price was still posted that is what he should have been charged. No 911 though go , to the police and file a report.
Quite frankly the gas prices should rate a felony criminal charge.It should be considered an emergency.The pols and businessmen who have allowed this to occur deserve to be incarcerated.
Someone wake me up and tell me I didn't just read this!!! and bump DALLASCRANE.
I too feel like I've been violated at the gass pump, but no charges filed for calling the 911 line? You're kidding.
Now, don't laugh...but, I can actually understand perhaps where this man was coming from. Maybe he thought he could reach the old "bunko" squad while the event was happening so that it wouldn't be a he said/he said situation. I'm not sure it reaches the level of a 9-1-1; but, as a retired Federal attorney I am pretty certain that the FTC and the State Attorney General will be interested.
When price per gallon reaches $9.11 then call the emergency number.
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