Teen facing manslaughter charges in f...

Teen facing manslaughter charges in fatal Haymarket crash

There are 4 comments on the WJLA-TV Arlington story from Sep 15, 2011, titled Teen facing manslaughter charges in fatal Haymarket crash. In it, WJLA-TV Arlington reports that:

An 18-year-old man will face manslaughter charges in connection with an April vehicle crash in Haymarket, Va., that left two teens dead.

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mom

Gainesville, VA

#1 Sep 29, 2011
to all of you so called know it alls this is christophers mom 1st the truth always comes out ,2nd I dont like threts from the sister walk your walk like I say if he was so called speeding and so called hill hoping why didnt they just charge him in the first place.why should my son admit to something he didnt do.the kids would not even had been on the road if it wasnt for the father of the so call sister in here so if its anyones fault its his.and as of the prince william police they are themost dirty police out here and dont have the right to have the bage they carry.yes my son would have had a great deal if he did it I teach my kids better than that (hill hoping)and drinking,drugs,and also i teach them, respect to others for the socalled sister out there sometimes you just need to face the truth because sometimes when you fight for what is right the other socalled people cant handle the truth when it comes out. so sister you need to back off of my son and look within your so called family for all of our hardaches
incognito for now

Gainesville, VA

#2 Sep 30, 2011
why do you use the term "so called" so frequently and in the wrong context?
teb

Clinton, MD

#3 Oct 3, 2011
I think this was a tragic accident. I've said many prayers for the girls and their families and also Christopher's. How many of us were teenagers and drove too fast? We never thought of the consequences. If Christopher thought for a second that two friends would die because he was speeding, would he have done it? Teenagers don't think!!!! the act. He wasn't drunk, not on drugs, he drove too fast and a deer jumped out, he reacted with the experience of a teen driver and it was tragic. I can understand the anger of the girls' families, but does anyone believe he committed a criminal act with the the thought "hey, someone could die and i'll do it anyway!"???

He's a typical teenage boy, doing what so many teenagers do (without thinking) and the unexpected happened.
IJack

Lawndale, NC

#4 Oct 5, 2011
Another damn wild ass hispanic! There you go, there is diversity for you! He will be back on the road and do it again!

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