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post #1 of 21 Old 04-17-2017, 02:33 PM Thread Starter
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Wheels Of Justice: San Diego Woman Gets Six Years In Death Of Motorcyclist



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Not quite two years after running over Chief Petty Officer Zacharias Buob in a San Diego road-rage “accident”, Darla Renee Jackson was sentenced yesterday to six years in prison after pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter.
Read more about the Wheels Of Justice: San Diego Woman Gets Six Years In Death Of Motorcyclist at Motorcycle.com.
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6 years is nothing for what this person did.. She deserves to ride a bike chased by people like her.. then stuffed in prison for life
I've seen it and experienced what these people want to do to you.
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Firing squads are pretty cheap. Especially considering the number of volunteers that would be lining up to help.
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Kalifornia justice for you...everybody is a "victim" including the perpetrator. In Alabama (in most jurisdictions) this would have been Murder. Reckless and/or Intentional. 20yrs minimum with a mandate to serve 85% of it due to it being a "crime of violence." Road rage is an intentional act. Chasing someone down is an intentional act. The result was death...that's reckless behavior as to the resulting death at the very LEAST!

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Small price to pay for murder!

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Yeah, I don't get the Involuntary Manslaughter conviction. That would for an accident where she was reckless. This seemed intentional, and should be a murder charge...............

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I just looked up the maximum charge for involuntary manslaughter in California: "voluntary manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, and. vehicular manslaughter. Involuntary manslaughter generally leads to a felony conviction which may be punished by a term of imprisonment for two, three, or four years in county jail or state prison."

I'm not saying 6 years is close to being justified in this situation but it looks like they didn't show much leniency with the laws provided.

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News article says the road rage incident went on for a while with speeds upward of 90 mph. Is there a lesson here for all of us?

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If you want to get away with murder use a car as the weapon.

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