Victim twice over?

Just posted at the Seattle Weekly site: new information about the victim in the Huling Brothers car-salesmen scandal, suggesting the accused bilkers/burglars weren’t the only ones who did him wrong.

4 Replies to "Victim twice over?"

  • Todd in Westwood February 7, 2007 (4:00 pm)

    It still makes me ill to look at Huling Bros while driving through West Seattle, even if there is new owners.
    I went to H.B. years ago to purchase a new car and got such a bad feeling from their sales staff, I walked out in the middle of the paperwork.
    To think that there is people out there willing to take advantage of someone in the victim’s state , makes me sad for society as a whole.

    Todd in Westwood

  • Jiggers February 7, 2007 (4:22 pm)

    Cssh rules the world!!

  • Forest February 7, 2007 (6:44 pm)

    I am confused about the apartment theft investigation. Since the stolen money was apparently all in CASH, how did the police investigators manage to establish that 1) the stolen money actually existed, and 2) the money totaled a specific amount (say, $90,000 cash instead of $50,000 cash?).

  • Jan February 8, 2007 (12:26 pm)

    this whole thing makes me ill….and the owner of Huling Bros. knew nothing aobut his employees? Maybe I’m just cynical, but he’s not a stupid man, and it’s only my opinion, but I think he just turned a blind eye. He replaced the money, but had a news conference to do it. There was no need for chest beating there, although I’m glad that he felt that he needed top repay this man.

    It all certainly restores our faith in car salesmen, huh….

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