If George Jr. Was Your Ex ...
Let us say that your ex tells the cops that you have a stolen car, using the following evidence:
1. She said you had a car in 1998 (shortly before she blew it up ... she doesn't mention the blowing up part).
2. She shows satellite photos of the car at your place of work, but when detectives went there, it turned out that it wasn't your place of work at all or your car. She says this only proves you were hiding something.
3. You were found shopping for an air compressor; she says there is no use for an air compressor other than inflating the tires in a car.
4. A British girlfriend gave her a forged document showing that you sought to purchase kerosine. When the forgery was found out, she said they had other information on this subject. She didn't mention this other information was a conversation you had with a gas station owner in which you did not discuss kerosine.
5. She sent detectives to all the places that we knew you had a car. In your garage? no. On the street in front of your house? no. She gave them many leads, all of which lead to nothing. That is in itself proves you have a stolen car.
6. On the basis of this undisputed evidence that you have a stolen car, she burned down your entire neighborhood so that you couldn't use the stolen car she said you had.
7. In general, the statements she made about your car put her in a very strong position to accomplish her domestic political purposes. So long as your neighborhood is on fire, the fire department would do anything she asks ... and the City Council will have to go along, lest she accuse them of not supporting the Fire Department.
NOW: how could any reasonable person come to any
conclusion other than that your ex can be trusted?