Baltimore Sues Hyundai, Kia For Making Cars That Are Too Easy For Their Residents to StealChris Menahan
May. 12, 2023
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The city of Baltimore is suing Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia for making cars that are too easy for their criminally inclined residents to steal.
From The Baltimore Banner, "Baltimore sues Hyundai, Kia over massive spike in car thefts":
The city of Baltimore has filed a federal lawsuit against car manufacturers Kia and Hyundai, joining a number of cities who say the companies created a public nuisance by making cars that can be easily stolen.The "teens" stealing these cars cannot be held accountable because they're "victims of systemic racism" and "white supremacy" who've been "starved of opportunities" but Korean automakers must be held to account for tempting these poor victims to commit car theft.
Earlier this year, Maryland Democrats in the name of "racial justice" also put forward a bill to block anyone under the age of 25 from being charged with felony murder due to their "frontal lobes not being fully developed."
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