Vail Daily letter: Carey for district attorney
October 29, 2016
Brown's a thief! The plant was worth more than Carey's fine. The suggestion that Brown was 21 seems to say he was young and it's OK. It's not. I remember 21 and was totally aware it was wrong to steal.
I agree the totaled Jeep is public property, meaning he did leave the scene of an accident. Maybe the State Patrol didn't know it was public property, but Brown did. Being district attorney one would think he would know the law.
Carey being duped does not seem to be a problem with our current Eagle County sheriff or former sheriff as they have both endorsed Carey as well as the Vail Daily. Carey is the right choice to keep our justice system running as it should. No other choice for DA but Carey.
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