It didn't take "those meddling kids" or a talking Great Dane to figure this out. A few weeks ago we told you a story about Detroit selling used cars to make some money and a new Lincoln Navigator that tax-payer's money paid for and no one was "owning up" to using. Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick finally fessed up Saturday after weeks of denial. His wife and three kids were using it as their personal vehicle. The people of Detroit are thrilled about paying the $25,000 lease for a vehicle that cannot be returned.
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