AR-88 receiver that appears to be the one stolen from me --

J Forster jfor at QUIK.COM
Fri Sep 5 21:26:26 EDT 2008

If you go to a public auction, like a lost luggage or customs, you likely get a pretty clear title to the stuff . There are likely provisions for such sales in the UCC.



Jon M. Schumacher wrote:

> Mike,
> I would imagine the same philosophy is used to justify buying stolen copper and other metals from the dirty thieves that rip it off.   Receiving stolen goods is still a crime in many situations even if you don't know where it came from.  In this case, there doesn't seem to be a crime committed, but the circumstances still appear shady.  If I had a legitimate business, I would be very careful about where my merchandise comes from to keep my reputation intact.
> Let's hope this situation isn't repeated more often.
>                                                                 Jon, K1NV

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