I really would like to see that money paid out, however we must remember that the anonymous benefactor of young men in that county probably has a complicated agreement with the bail company.
I wouldn't be surprised that if any money is paid, it will be a paltry sum because of the group discount the benefactor must have, since the young men in this perpetual drama, have no assets, and the secrecy involved about said donor.
Hopefully, a judge somewhere will get the case, and it will have to be paid in full.
That might slow down the "tater train" that has been rolling for so long.
If there is trouble with the bond, put some sunshine on it and put an end to this soap opera.
Of course, it seems that the justice system has also been "trained" to disregard the truth, in favor of influential, long time, good ole boy relationships.
Maybe good ole Beverly Perdue can launch an investigation, after she's done with the Highway Patrol, and Irene.
One things for sure. The LAW has been raped and mocked enough in Tabor City.
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