Lee Valley Tools Woodworking Newsletter
Vol. 1, Issue 2
January 2007
 
Customer Letters

The evidence: vandalised reading material Charges:
The needless vandalism of valuable reading materials. This convict has also been known to chew other items such as door trim, doors, area rugs, etc.

On November 7, the perpetrator made a raid on reading materials stored in the bathroom. As you can see, the damage inflicted on the Lee Valley hardware catalog is severe. When questioned, Buzz Saw denied any knowledge of the crime; however, forensics detected shredded paper in her beard. It was an open and shut case.

Buzz Saw wants to make restitution and would like you to send a new catalogue to her owners. As part of a plea bargain, all charges will then be dropped.


Convict:
Arby (a.k.a. Buzz Saw)

The convicted: Buzz Saw, better known as Arby

Thank you,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
(Representing the accused)
Enderby, British Columbia
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