Matilda
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Continuity mistake: When Matilda makes the chalk write the message on the blackboard, the writing changes. Watch the "Agatha," especially. The handwriting changes and the comma changes length, as well as most of the message changing. Also at the end of the message Matilda "writes" two long lines under it, which cross over. Yet later when Miss Trunchbull flies off the globe you can see there is just one line under the message, not two. (01:20:20 - 01:23:00)

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Visible crew/equipment: When The Trunchbull lifts her car back to her house and gets frightened by a black cat, a camera is reflected in her car on the left side of the screen for a moment.

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Continuity mistake: When Zinnia removes the hat from Harry's head after Matilda glued it, in one shot the hat is almost removed from the forehead but in the next shot the hat is still on it.

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Continuity mistake: At the end when Trunchbull throws the boy out of the window, we see when he is flying back in that the brown car is parked about 6-8 feet away from the building and bushes. When Trunchbull runs out of the building to the car after having food thrown at her, the car grill is now almost touching the bushes and the car is further from the stairs. (01:26:00 - 01:28:00)

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Visible crew/equipment: Two wires can be seen attached to Lavender (because light shines on them) as she floats back to the ground after the Trunchbull charged towards her. This is only visible on video, and has been taken out of the DVD, although you can (barely) see the shadow of the equipment letting her down on the wall behind her.

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Agatha Trunchbull: You wanted cake, you got cake! Now EAT IT.

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Answer: He has been receiving and selling stolen car parts.

Answer: It is a federal violation to own/operate a "chop shop." Other possibilities include interstate transport of stolen vehicles or car parts, altering Vehicle Identification Numbers (VINs), and falsifying documents. After a VIN is altered, it is difficult to positively identify the vehicle as stolen and acquire the necessary evidence to get a conviction if the.case goes to trial. But it is the interstate aspect that makes the FBI the key investigators.

KeyZOid

Answer: He had stolen car parts.

Plus he had been putting the mileage back on the cars and simply running an illegal call lot.

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