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That's is indeed unfortunate, drinking, and driving. Either life changing or life ending a real tragedy all the way around, and it's not even his Huracan.
 

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He was driving pretty fast

lord, in a 45mph zone鈥..that is ducking insanely fast

innocent people get caught up in stupid peoples careless acts
 

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WTF... How do they release a guy who Just KILLED Someone (on bail) under the condition he doesn't drive when he was ALREADY Driving Without a License (and No insurance?)... What message does that convey, and how does the family of Walter Anderson supposed to feel about it. DUI related vehicular Homicide without a license or insurance...... seems like a risk the perp just might skip bail and leave the Country !!
 
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Oh..... because he is a Crypto-Currency Guru without a driver's license. This one says the bail was 750k, but still interesting to see if this Poser manages to show up for court:

 

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This story has a lot facts that are hard to reconcile. He is 33 without a drivers license and driving a car without insurance? Was it that he didn't have the license on him or had it been suspended or revoked? This guy cannot be the sharpest tool in the shed.......no license, no insurance, intoxicated, and driving 141mph in a 45mph zone.
Though, the victims family and their attorney shouldn't have too much trouble finding assets if he can post a 750K bail on short notice.
 

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This story has a lot facts that are hard to reconcile. He is 33 without a drivers license and driving a car without insurance? Was it that he didn't have the license on him or had it been suspended or revoked? This guy cannot be the sharpest tool in the shed.......no license, no insurance, intoxicated, and driving 141mph in a 45mph zone.
Though, the victims family and their attorney shouldn't have too much trouble finding assets if he can post a 750K bail on short notice.
Sure they won't have a difficult time finding assists but money will NEVER replace their loved one. This is a senseless tragedy. So many issues here but the big take away is that alcohol and driving do not mix.
 

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Sure they won't have a difficult time finding assists but money will NEVER replace their loved one. This is a senseless tragedy. So many issues here but the big take away is that alcohol and driving do not mix.
Agree, no amount of money will make this right but a conviction for intoxication vehicular manslaughter + jail time + monetary settlement will help to soften the blow. In Texas* the penalty if convicted is 2 to 20 years and my hope is the judge leans toward the high end of the penalty range.

*"A conviction for an intoxication manslaughter arising from DWI is a felony of the second degree. This offense can lead to two to 20 years in prison and/or a fine up to $10,000. However, this offense can become a felony of the first degree depending on whether the individual killed was a peace officer, firefighter or emergency medical services personnel."
 
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