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Such were the wise words of  P. J. O’Rourke the last time drivers tried to blame their car accidents on “sudden unintended acceleration.” And now it has happened again.

Fortunately, Walter Olson  of the Cato Institute is not going to stop asking questions about the legal persecution of Toyota—nor about the government’s delay in vindicating the company.

Of course, none of this means that the sharks will back off. They never do when there is blood money in the water.

(I have previously discussed the Toyota persecution here and here .)

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Roger Donway

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Author: Roger Donway
Business Rights Center Director Roger Donway is a freelance writer and editor whose work focuses on philosophy, economics, and history.

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