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Old 09 February 2010, 06:33 PM
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Comment: Once again The Black man has to suffer due to the white business
owner having the law on their side. This man assumed the ring was probably
stolen since a Black man was with a white woman. She has cancer and i am
basically her health care provider. I go to the store for her with her
debit and food stamp cards. I clean house for her. I keep her out of harms
way. I try to not let her get caught up up undue harassment and persons
taking advantage of her by persons and businesses like Mr A. Cash Pawn
shop. I wonder how many others he has done this to? They probably won't
come forward because they might have gotten the merchandise in guestion by
thievery or just didn't want it any longer.
The only reason she needed the money from a pawn shop was s other lights
and electric wouldn't get shut off and not allowing her to have access to
machinery needed for her illness.

I am to assume you have finished with your investigation. This is not
going away. I shall seek a higher power. Someone will believe this black
oppressed man. It is appalling that one has to still be considered a lower
than human personae and the word of the "land baron is recognized over the
lowly just freed slave trying to make a living in his world.

II thank you for your timely response. I can assume your investigating
officer was satisfied with hearing the side of the business owner against
a black man. It would seem both sides would get a chance to voice their
opinion. If he was not at wrong, WHY OFFER US ANOTHER RING OF LESSER VALUE
AND WANT US TO BE STUPID ENOUGH TO PAY 300.00 FOR IT. HE SEEMED SCARED, AS
IF HE WAS GLAD THE CAMERA WAS ROLLING, AND AS IF HE WANTED OR WAS LOOKING
FOR ME TO STRIKE HIM. HE WAS BEEF RED IN THE FACE AS HE WAS MAKING THIS
STUPID DEAL. I AM AN EDUCATED MAN AND IT WAS INSULTING FOR HIM TO ASSUME i
WAS SOME DUMB UNEDUCATED INDIVIDUAL.

SHOULD YOU NOT WANT TO PERSUE THIS FUTHER, CAN YOU DIRECT ME TO AN AGENCY
THAT WILL HELP ME?

Thank you

The Florida Pawnbroking Act.

FSS. 539.001 (10) PLEDGED GOODS NOT REDEEMED.--Pledged goods not redeemed
by the pledgor on or before the maturity date of a pawn must be held by
the pawnbroker for at least 30 days following such date or until the next
business day, if the 30th day is not a business day. Pledged goods not
redeemed within the 30-day period following the maturity date of a pawn
are automatically forfeited to the pawnbroker; absolute right, title, and
interest in and to the goods shall vest in and shall be deemed conveyed to
the pawnbroker by operation of law; and no further notice is necessary. A
pledgor has no obligation to redeem pledged goods or make any payment on a
pawn
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