Two Richmond, Mo., women killed in cr...

Two Richmond, Mo., women killed in crash with cattle trailer

There are 29 comments on the KansasCity.com story from Dec 1, 2009, titled Two Richmond, Mo., women killed in crash with cattle trailer. In it, KansasCity.com reports that:

Authorities have identified the two women killed in a crash involving a cattle trailer as Shirley A. ODell, 74, and Caroline A. Rogers, 70.

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No Nonsense

United States

#21 Dec 5, 2009
richmond aol wrote:
there is a guy in ray county that was driving a vehichle in which his best friend was killed, no tickets issued. but three years later theyve decided to charge him with involutary manslaghter. i disagree but i guess the law cam charge you up to five years from the accident
That is true, but in this case he did not wreck. The passenger door came open on a corner and she fell out and broke her neck. Being as she was overwieght, the seatbelts wouldn't fit so somehow he is liable for manslaughter.

Many believe Jim Thompson knew the Judgeship was coming up and needed some high profile cases to prosecute so he could be in the political spotlight. Unless there is new evidence found that hasn't come out, the Wrisinger case may be the same.
No Nonsense

United States

#22 Dec 5, 2009
No Nonsense wrote:
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That is true, but in this case he did not wreck. The passenger door came open on a corner and she fell out and broke her neck. Being as she was overwieght, the seatbelts wouldn't fit so somehow he is liable for manslaughter.
Many believe Jim Thompson knew the Judgeship was coming up and needed some high profile cases to prosecute so he could be in the political spotlight. Unless there is new evidence found that hasn't come out, the Wrisinger case may be the same.
In addition it didn't hurt the Assistant Prosecuters chances of being promoted to Prosecuter by stirring up these cases. In the Wrisinger case, I have no opinion as to whether he is guilty or not, but in the case of the Ray County guy, I think it is a waste of taxpayers money.
Sunshine

Shawnee, KS

#23 Dec 5, 2009
Thank You, that clarifies things. We needed that information to see things more clearly, now it makes better sense.
richmond aol

Jefferson City, MO

#24 Dec 5, 2009
regardless 3 years thats bs. he would have never have hurt that person in any way. hes struggled with the accident since it happened. what ever happened to things just beav accident.
No Nonsense

United States

#25 Dec 5, 2009
richmond aol wrote:
regardless 3 years thats bs. he would have never have hurt that person in any way. hes struggled with the accident since it happened. what ever happened to things just beav accident.
I agree with you completely. I just hope Tommy doesn't have to deal with the same thing.
Iza Doozie

United States

#26 Dec 6, 2009
richmond aol wrote:
regardless 3 years thats bs. he would have never have hurt that person in any way. hes struggled with the accident since it happened. what ever happened to things just beav accident.
Another example of government being too involved in our personal lives. I'm sure he has already lost much money just for bail and lawyer fees, not counting his personal pain, Just so a lawyer/prosecuters may advance thier politcal agenda to higher positions. I don't know this is true but I hope voters think about this case when they come up for election and are not just appointed by the state.
In My Opinion

Columbia, MO

#27 Jun 10, 2010
Just can't let these 2 lovely ladies be forgotten. As a close family friend of both, it has now been 7 months since the fateful day when they died. Their families still hurt and my prayers are with them daily. I can't understand why the driver did not get any points/judgements/restrictions , etc. on his license when he was so blatantly at fault. How can that happen??? They both did so much for so many and their families had no reason to believe they wouldn't be with them for many, many years to come. I wish them all the best.
I understand

Kansas City, KS

#28 Jun 15, 2010
He has cancer, I am was told lung cancer by a couple of people. He did lose the love of his life too.
Still hurting

Columbia, MO

#29 Oct 6, 2010
Just don't understand why Tommy is still able to have a driver's license. He's a threat to others when he gets behind the wheel. Ask those who have ridden with him. He doesn't have cancer. His dramatics were all part of getting public sympathy. Two women were lost in an accident that never should have happened if he weren't driving.

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