Originally posted by twitchy
The police report is hardly an assumption, subsequent statements from Laura Bush are common knowlege and the primary sources for this information are
very reliable. Are you assuming they are assumptions?
I don't think anyone here is doubting the police report except maybe you and a couple others. We know she was driving, we know she was at fault, we
know she knew and possibly dated the driver she killed.
The falicy exist in the many accusations and "facts" that you seem to draw from the police report which it does not state. We can all agree it was
a bad accident, it was her fault, and that she knew the guy who was killed. We can also note that no presence of intoxication were present and no
test for such was deemed neccesary by the officer in control at the time of the accident.
The main thing I have issue with is the "ASSUMPTION" (of which you seem to love to accuse others of) that we can somehow, from this report, draw the
un-debatable conclusion that this was intentional. Now, its fine if thats your opinion but since none of us were present at the time at the scene (if
someone reading this was or knows someone who was, please give us your scoop) all we really have is the police report which, in now way, gives us any
indication of such criminal intent.
Now I know in this time of political rhetoric that many of us tend to personally relate ourselves to these candidates as close friends or family
members to the point that we attack (and yes even create things to attack) their opponents without the slightest hint of the reality of the situation.
This passion is obvious in this discussion but let us all remember that neither of these candidates have our best interest at heart as evident from
actions on both sides of the coin.
If Laura Bush was guilty of murder, I would hope we would have had a police force which would have indicated such to a prosecuting attorney and tried
her. This not being the case, I can't really see where these neverending arguments are going. If you would like the case re-opened, I suggest
petitioning the court or whatever you need to do.
By now, I think everyone's opinion on this is known so there is no need to keep repeating the same thing. You look to the police report to prove
murder, we look but cannot find the same "incriminating" evidence. We do see a careless, inept driver at fault. So what? I past an accident that
looked about the same on the way to work this morning. Looked like someone ran a signal light. Hard to tell but the state police were re-creating
the scene, something they're trained to do but I am not.
Yes running a red light or stop sign is illegal and very well should be. Yes, she broke the law and deserves every punishment set forth. Can I
determine if she ran it on purpose just to kill this guy? Not from anything I've seen here. Forgive me for needing more substancial evidence to
form that opinion.
I can agree on everything in the report is probably an accurate account of the incident. I think if we had a statement from the passenger, it might
hold a little more weight on the theory one way or another. Until then, it is supposition.