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Sunday, October 12, 2008

Ticket Larceny Prompts Scruples, 60 Years Later

At multiple levels; Bob Natiello lied about being of Irish heritage to get a job as a ticket-taker at Brooklyn's Ebbets Field. One transgression being the door to another, he quickly discovered other, more profitable lies, and apparently never got caught.
“I’ve discovered, that there is no statute of limitations on conscience,” Natiello wrote. “To ease mine, the enclosed $100 check, payable to the Los Angeles Dodgers, should wipe the slate clean. It includes a reasonable amount to cover six decades of accrued interest. I hope it’s enough to atone for the $6 larceny that took place over 60 years ago.”
Now if only Frank McCourt could atone for the parking ...

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