One final job for Clinton: Free Toni Frink

December 2000
Automotive News;12/25/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5909, p12
Trade Publication
Comments on the need for United States President Bill Clinton to free car dealer, Antoinette Fink who was imprisoned for unknowingly selling cars to drug dealers. Injustice committed on Fink.


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