Re: Toas Teens Properly Ejected from Amtrak Train No. 4
Author: Eagle Scout
Date: 08-21-2007 - 13:08
Obviously you don't read very well. Proven guilty was why the kids were put off the train. Maybe it will be your young daughter, niece, grandaughter, sister these undisciplined kids will steal from and fondle next. Remember also this took place well after midnight when most passengers are asleep. Read again the two paragraphes of what Mr. Icanberry posted in the begining post as follows:
"The missing ipod and later the cell phone, did turn up, under the control, and in possession of the accused teens. The Taos teen stated on television, he intended to turn the allegedly stolen item over to the conductor. Why did he not do so, when he was asked to come to the ten car, to discuss the matter, along with the Girl Scout Leaders, and other Amtrak trainmen? The "poor stranded," lad's story changed after he was in the custody of the Kingman Police Dept. The "ten car" is the crew dorm which has an office for the trainmen on the lower level. This was done so as not to disturb the sleep of the other coach passengers, and it provided privacy for the discussion."
"The Taos teen conveniently forgot that the group of Girl Scouts, from whom the cell phone and ipod went missing, were not seated immediately adjacent to him. It was in fact at his coach seat were the ipod was "discovered" by the 15 year old Taos sister. The item was jammed down in the space between the two coach seats. The Girl Scout Troop had not been sitting in or near those coach seats. Guess what? The cell phone did not Taos or Fresno phone number. The ipod was engraved with the owner's identification. The Girl Scout Leaders stated that they intended to pursue the matter."