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Old 05-29-2006, 08:05 AM   #1
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my 2nd post, sadly a tragic one

sad to report that my second thread started on here has to be a sad one. friday night there was a fatal accident here in freeport where i live. a female passenger was killed when a car made a left hand turn in front of them, they had just left the high school graduation ceremony.

the driver of the car was cited for failure to yield,no valid drivers license and no insurance. wow, this jackass hit the trifecta. cited? why wasnt he taken straight to jail. he needs a good 20 years in prison.

the driver of the bike was wearing a helmet, he was treated and released. sadly, the girl wasnt, she died of head injuries.

PLEASE be careful everybody, and for GODSAKES wear a helmet.
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Its very sad, RIP to her and an whooping for him to wear gear and not give her some.

and very sad that our systems suxors maximus.

When I went to court for my son, tons and tons of people, lets call them illegals would stand before the judge and the convo would go like this:

Judge: "You have 8 citations against you, starting with no drivers license, no insurance, no inspection, etc etc etc, Causing an accident, etc ...Ms. --- this is the fourth accident, first in 2000, next in 2002, next in 2005 and now this one.
If you want to plead not guilty, we will set it for a court date tomorrow and if nobody shows we will wipe them clean for you"
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WHY IN THE DOES SHE NOT GO TO JAIL, LIKE ON THE FIRST ACCIDENT ??
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Welcome and sorry to hear the sad news. RIP

Now why is it that someone can make a bone head move and kill someone and get off scott free? Shouldn't something like that be automatic manslaughter charges? Sounds like a person can do any stupid thing they want and if someone dies, that's just too bad. Sad state of affairs...
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Welcome and sorry to hear the sad news. RIP

Now why is it that someone can make a bone head move and kill someone and get off scott free? Shouldn't something like that be automatic manslaughter charges? Sounds like a person can do any stupid thing they want and if someone dies, that's just too bad. Sad state of affairs...
Because sometimes there are these things called accidents and they just happen. Imagine if it was you and you made the simple mistake of rear-ending a car that slammed on the brakes resulting in a crash that killed someone? Would you like to be charged adn sent to jail? No probably not. The punishment doesn't fit the crime. It is an accident. The guy shouldn't have been driving and he broke the law. The girl also broke the law by not wearing a hemet and it cost her, her life. May she RIP.
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Because sometimes there are these things called accidents and they just happen. Imagine if it was you and you made the simple mistake of rear-ending a car that slammed on the brakes resulting in a crash that killed someone? Would you like to be charged adn sent to jail? No probably not. The punishment doesn't fit the crime. It is an accident. The guy shouldn't have been driving and he broke the law. The girl also broke the law by not wearing a hemet and it cost her, her life. May she RIP.
So I guess if some guy on his cell phone with his head up his turns in front of a family member of yours and kills them, then oh well, it happens?
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I remember your story and I certainly think you are a stronger person than I. But I guess I just believe there should be some personal reponsibility for things like that.
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I remember your story and I certainly think you are a stronger person than I. But I guess I just believe there should be some personal reponsibility for things like that.
+1^^ If someone is breaking a law,( no liscence, no insurance,failure to yield) the penalties for the crime should automatically be harsher in the event of a death. At least involuntary manslaughter. A drunk driver killed my brothers brother in law and maimed him for life. The drunk was charged with involuntary manslaughter. I dont know if the laws have changed in 12 yrs but , well it makes you wonder who is fighting the fight for victims rights.
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makes you wonder who is fighting the fight for victims rights.
I don't think there is anyone looking out for the victims rights. You can always count on the liberals like the ACLU to look after the criminals rights tho.. :eh:
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No license + fatal accident should = jail time. If you are not licensed to drive, then I would argue that you do not have the training required and therefore are a hazard to the public.

Cell phone use while driving should be banned. Even hands free.
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