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They Didn’t Conduct Field Sobriety Tests?

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So you run into a police barrier at 3:00 AM, with your lights off.

Do police conduct a breathalyzer and, if positive, arrest you?

Or do brass arrive and send everyone else away?

Answer: Everyone gets the first treatment, unless you are a Kennedy.

BTW: In case you missed it:

A Louisville man pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court to bribing Rep. William J. Jefferson (D-La.) with more than $400,000 in payments, company stock and a share of the profits to promote the Kentucky firm’s high-tech business ventures in Africa.
Vernon L. Jackson, 53, owner of Louisville-based iGate Inc., pleaded guilty to conspiracy to bribe and bribery in U.S. District Court in Alexandria. Federal sentencing guidelines call for a prison term of up to nine years for the crimes, which occurred from 2001 to 2005.

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