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December 21, 2012

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There is no such thing as a "hit-and-run accident," just like there is no such thing as a "murder accident" or a "molestation accident."

A hit-and-run is a crime.

It is incredibly dispiriting to be reminded, on the LAPD's own website, of the department's failure to discern the difference between a little vehicular "oops!" and criminal activity resulting in the death of a human being.

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