Life in prison for pot. Way to go America, we rule! All this for a plant that used to grow everywhere. A plant. Remember it is just a plant.
So, life without parole until which time we decide to grant him parole?
80's, drug kingpin, high speed racing, business partner overdosed, 65 million in profit, ships from Columbia and it's not cocaine... I can barely wrap my head around this. It looks like a duck, acts like a duck quacks like a duck but is actually 600,000 pounds of marijuana.
This guy along with John Paul Sr. were SCARY people. The big profits made from drug deals enabled both guys to race in IMSA and in Lanier's case, Indy. Both guys were quite entertaining though at races and could provide a good show. Lanier's March 84 looked particularly dapper and fetching, resplendent in its blue and…
Stupid war against drugs.
I used to work the door at a bar in Lexington, Ky (Jefferson Davis Inn) that Pro Stock driver Darrell Alderman frequented. He was running with this dude Paul Adams and they were all up in the cocaine business together. I remember one night, I was standing at the door and I noticed this homeless looking guy ambling by…
That read like a movie treatment. Who would play Randy and the Whittingtons?
Why there hasn't been a movie treatment of John Paul Sr. and Jr., the Whittingtons and Lanier amidst the IMSA Camel GT landscape is beyond me. It's a real life Elmore Leonard story.
Oh noes not teh marijuanas. Putting someone in jail for that is lunacy.
Dude kinda looks like Tom Hardy....
I wouldn't blame Nissan concept cars for his criminal behavior. Maybe the tweet link is screwy?
Yeah, he is the best :)
19 going on 20, and I couldn't agree more.
Bring back Joe Suzuki as Giuseppe Fiat, problem solved
I believe I'm in the age group these are supposed to be targeting, and I have to say, I would respond much better to Sergio Marchionne just standing next to a 500 and telling me in plain language why it's worth considering. Stop with the gimmicks, if its a good product, it should be able to sell on its own merits.
Hey, I as supposed to say that! You stole my goodwill!
be thankful fr your freedoms PATRIOT
it worked. you're posting it here. More coverage than my, or a million other honest and not creepy ads, will ever see.
My father was a Chicago cop. He said Harry climbed in to the back off his squad car one night and asked the "cabbie" to take him to Rush Street. Before they could even get past, 'this isn't a...', he threw $100 at them.
Exactly, precisely, yes-yes-yes. Whatever you fellas at Autoweek can do to spread the word of this amazing gentleman's life, this reader will champion your supreme goodness forever. Honestly, I am allive today for Fitch's race-based safety inventions. Honor his memory and I'm a lifelong fan, guaranteed.