by Sean McLinden
"In 2007, New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine made the news twice for a single event. The first time was the report of a car accident on the Garden State Parkway in which he was seriously injured. The second time was a report, which appeared a few days later, detailing how the governor's account of the accident had been contradicted by a witness, his automobile. Since 2000, most US cars have been equipped with a 'black box' known as the Motor Vehicle Event Data Recorder…"
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