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Friday, November 30, 2007

New York DMV doesn't want to "GETOSAMA"

In New York, a former police officer ordered -- and received -- license plates reading "GETOSAMA," presumably because he'd like to see the @#$#3$^ imprisoned or turned into a greasy stain, or maybe both.

Well, the DMV issued him the plates, but now they want them back
. DMV says they could be considered "obscene, lewd, lascivious, derogatory to a particular ethnic group or patently offensive." The cop is suing to keep the plates, saying it's his First Amendment right.


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