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The Dude Lifestyle => Oh, Jesus, what's that smell, man!? => Topic started by: Red Back Dragon Dude on May 07, 2014, 09:55:45 PM

Title: O.O the smell of a dying legal system
Post by: Red Back Dragon Dude on May 07, 2014, 09:55:45 PM
Rosa Prince - telegraph UK
 A Canadian motorist who killed a 17-year-old cyclist in a late-night collision is suing his family for emotional distress, claiming he was to blame for the accident because he failed to wear a visibility vest.

In the suit, Sharlene Simon says her “enjoyment of life has been irretrievably lessened” since the accident in which Brandon Majewski was killed and his friend Richard McLean, 16, seriously injured in October 2012.

She is now suing both teens along with Jake Roberts, 16, who was also knocked off his bike in the collision near the town of Innisfil, Ontario, but was unhurt, for more than $1 million (£540,000).

The dead boy’s father Derek said: “It makes my blood boil. This has ripped our family apart.

“This thing haunts us. It will never stop haunting us.


dudes i dont even know where to begin with that.....

if yall google "woman sues family of dead child" that story is up there
Title: Re: O.O the smell of a dying legal system
Post by: BikerDude on May 09, 2014, 03:07:41 PM
That person is a coward. 
Title: Re: O.O the smell of a dying legal system
Post by: LotsaBadKarma on May 12, 2014, 07:13:02 PM
There's an old football (American style) saying that goes "the best defense is a good offense". Maybe she initiated the suit on the advice of her scumbag lawyer who felt that if she started proceedings it might make her look more like a victim than an offender at crunch time.
I have said for years that real justice is almost never attained in a court of law. Real, true justice is achieved out in the streets and alleys and almost always involves arson.