Saturday, April 11, 2009

Driver charged in Adenhart's death

The Orange County District Attorney has charged the driver of the minivan that killed Angels rookie pitcher Nick Adenhart and two others with three counts of murder, among a number of felony violations that could place him in prison for almost 55 years. Thats great and all but it wont make up for what happened, what makes me upset is the guy was already charged with dui 3yrs ago and had a suspended license, and he was on probation for it, and he was going 65 in a 35mph zone. I know one thing if i was on probation and had a suspended license and was driving at 1230am and i was drunk, i certainly would be going the speed limit and doing some white knuckle driving if u know what i mean. Andrew Thomas Gallo, whatever is coming to you from this you deserve and then some.

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