Tuesday, March 23, 2004

Two wahoos deny Monticello break-in

The AP reports here and the Cavalier Daily reports here and the Washington Post reports here ("U-Va. Students Charged in Monticello Break-In," 3/23/04) that two University of Virginia students have been arrested and are accused of breaking and entering Monticello. The report ends with the students' denial of the offense.

Well, we know from the Martha Stewart case that nothing good comes from protestations of innocence - and unlike Martha, U.Va. students are subject to the Honor Code, which might cover lying to the police. Ken Lammers says here he might have the message I get from the Martha case printed on little cards.

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