Marion Berry leaves his car's fate to the honor system

Washington, D.C., Councilman and former Mayor Marion Barry’s car was reported stolen last week. But according to police, the keys had been left in the ignition. As a longtime resident of D.C., Barry should know better than to leave his flashy silver 2002 Jaguar in a notoriously crime-ridden part of the city, let alone unlocked and ready to roll.

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