Eric Richardson is pointing out errors again, and this time they are on someone elses site! He’s talking about an LA Times story that is just chock full of problems. Here’s a snip:
“But then, deputies at the scene learned the car was a rare Enzo Ferrari, one of only 400 in the world. The only person on the side the road was a former European video game mogul who said he was a passenger in the car and that the driver, a man who only knew as “Dietrich” had fled into the hills.
So began a mystery that detective in California and Scotland Yard have been trying unravel for three months, a twisted case that involves Swedish mafia, fake “homeland security” officers and an $3.5 million exotic car collection.”
Emphasis his. And just incase someone gets in there and fixes it all, he’s made a PDF to archive it.