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wow the comments at the bottom are pretty viscous.
I have no trouble siding with this commenter:" Selmser should get a much higher charge because the Constablette was hot. Killing a hot chick should carry severe penalties "
I'm not sure I could even fish at .168 BAC, much less operate a motor vehicle. A sad tale all around.
Interestingly, the legal limit to drive a car in Maryland, DC and Virginia when I was 18 was .15% blood alcohol.
***I stopped all drink some years ago of reasons of my health and have found that I am still able to make an ass of myself without alcohol. ***
I stooped all drink some years ago of reasons of my health and have found that I am still able to make an ass of myself without alcohol.
Yeah, the "good old days"!
Oh well, just another DUI motorcycle fatality. Nothing to see, folks, now move along. I'm sure there will be many, many more to come. It's just a shame the wrong person died in this one.
This could and should be used as a cautionary tale . Dusty
Dusty,Completely agree. She may have also been a bit under the influence? Very poor choice.
Your point is well taken, but in my view she's not culpable for the accident and did nothing to contribute to it (from what I can tell). Kinda like relying on a designated driver to get you home safely, but they're drunk too and decide to get you killed. Cops are allowed to get drunk like the rest of us -- I don't see that she did anything illegal. Dumb, perhaps, but not illegal.
Got it. I agree with your mom.
I have to wonder what the outcome of the accident might have been had Texas been a mandatory helmet state.Just sayin..Ralph Wearing a helmet since 1955.
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