Letters: Texas High School and Bait Cars Robert Siegel reads from listeners' e-mails. We hear from a public defender concerned about local police using a "bait car" program to catch auto thieves. There is also criticism of NPR's coverage of circus elephants walking into Manhattan, and appreciation of a project aimed at sending prom dresses to a Texas high school affected by military deployments.
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Letters: Texas High School and Bait Cars

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Letters: Texas High School and Bait Cars

Letters: Texas High School and Bait Cars

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Robert Siegel reads from listeners' letters and e-mails. We hear from a public defender concerned about local police using a "bait car" program to catch auto thieves. Also, listeners criticize NPR's coverage of circus elephants walking into Manhattan, and offer appreciation of a project aimed at sending prom dresses to a Texas high school affected by military deployments.