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Thought Police Seize Mercedes


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Is there a service available to a buyer, via a government department, or the police etc,  in order to determine whether a vehicle has secret compartments? Is it the seller's responsibility? 

Could it then be reasonably requested that a seller must prove there are none upon sale? Who would carry the search/test out? Hard not to sympathise with an unwitting customer in these circumstances

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3 minutes ago, Derek Flint said:

I’d suggest this was an intelligence led stop leading to the seizure.

Which suggests to me that the new owner is "a person of interest" or similar.

Presumably, if it is all above board, the car will be returned?

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Innocent until proven guilty? Seemingly not.

IMO the only reason to seize would be that the mechanical integrity of the vehicle had in some way been compromised.

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