Originally Posted by MOAB
I don't care one way or another, but the last time I checked Facebook wasn't a court of law so I'd be careful throwing accusations around that someone has committed a crime based on what someone has posted on their Facebook page.
The guy who posted it owns MagnusMotorsports and has thousands of clients. It's not some dude posting something random on facebook.
I feel for them, because if something like this happened to me, i'd be at the gun store getting my Scarface on.
To my understanding, the only reason they even know who stole the car was because the cops approached them to report what happened to their stolen car.
So whats so suspicious about this that makes you doubt its authenticity?