I’ll agree with all of this on the condition that we all agree that purchasing 
a bike you think is stolen to try and return it to the rightful owner is also a 
crime, raises as many or more ethical issues, and should no longer be praised. 
Intentions don’t matter, right? Purchasing stolen property is a crime. This 
happens a few times a year on this list and I have NEVER heard anyone condemn 
the purchaser. 

For example:

I say we give the guy a break. No one knows all the circumstances and we are in 
a poor position to act as judge and jury. 


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