While I don't disagree those "special" people are out there, I don't think they're the norm. Also, in this situation, she would have to be
incredible in her timing to be able to smack into him just as he was going through that intersection. She would have had to know exactly how long he
stops at all stopsigns, what the timing is on all the lights he'd have to go through to compensate for any reds he might catch, his tendancies for
driving or stopping for yellow lights, how fast he drives in various speed zones (I don't speed in residential, but I do on highways), exactly when
he left from his location, and the exact traffic situation, including if there were any idiots who like to drive about 20 under the speedlimit
(there's lots of them in Wisconsin
). With all that information, she would have been able to catch him at the exact moment he went through the
Someone had mentioned earlier on this thread that in wide open country you'd be able to see him coming while being parked on the side of the road,
then punch the gas and get there on time. Easy in words, but not in practice.
She was driving 50 miles per hour when she hit him in a 50 miles per hour zone. In order to orchestrate such a murder, or even vandalism and
destruction to property, she would have to be a car and math wiz. She would have to know exactly how fast her car accelerates, how far away to get to
get up to 50 when he pulled into the intersection, how quickly he stops at stopsigns, how quickly he accelerates out of them, what influence the road
conditions had on her and his driving, and how quickly her fiance accelerates after a stopsign.
If she was able to do all of this, then it was absloutly murder, because she would have known the effects of a collision at 50 mph. No investigation
was made by the officer at the scene
(ie before the money started getting shoveled over to cover up the crime). This would imply that there was
nothing suspicious at the scene. Going 50 miles per hour, if her timing was off by even a second, she would have to swerve her car to hit him. If she
did that, there would be skid marks left on the road towards where his car was. Were I to see that, I would suspect something more may have been
involved, but the cop did not.
We are working with very few details here, and my tendancy is to assume innocence until presented with enough evidence to be able to come to a solid
conclusion of guilt.