Francesco Posillico Caused his own Death

Francesco Posillico Caused his own Death

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Car 54

Smithtown, NY

#1 Jan 6, 2011
17 year old drivers should not be blowing off stop signs during the night time rush hour. Gets you kill everytime and puts your friends in comas.
Bloke

Jackson, NJ

#2 Jan 6, 2011
They pay taxes don't they. Duh!
John Gottis Corpse

New York, NY

#3 Jan 7, 2011
Another dropout from the Dumb Gvinea W0P Driving School.

They really are the dumbest class of white people.
abc

Spring Grove, PA

#4 Jan 7, 2011
Car 54 wrote:
17 year old drivers should not be blowing off stop signs during the night time rush hour. Gets you kill everytime and puts your friends in comas.
you have no idea what you are talking about it was an accident. a boy is dead do you think what you are saying is going to make everything okay, because its not.
let his family and friends grieve and keep your comments to yourself, he has not even been dead for a week. show a little respect and humanity for the loss of an amazing life.
Homer

Bronx, NY

#5 Jan 7, 2011
abc wrote:
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you have no idea what you are talking about it was an accident. a boy is dead do you think what you are saying is going to make everything okay, because its not.
let his family and friends grieve and keep your comments to yourself, he has not even been dead for a week. show a little respect and humanity for the loss of an amazing life.
It wasn't an accident,more like negligent homicide manslaughter.The speed his friends and Adult PARENTS keep speeding by my house,without stopping at the stop sign,with no regard for anyone else but themselves,tells me nobody has learned anything from this.That is the real tragedy here.The list of amazing deaths from young wonderful reckless drivers in this area is long and distinguished.Sad that another family has to endure that pain forever.Yesterday they had cops writing summons all day in this area,it's a shame it takes a fatality to get them to do their jobs.In this area we virtually have NO traffic enforcement except red light cameras,20 mph+ over the speed limit is the norm,stop signs forgetaboutit.From what I see the apple usually doesn't fall far from the tree it grew up on.
Long Island Gal

White Plains, NY

#6 Jan 7, 2011
abc wrote:
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you have no idea what you are talking about it was an accident. a boy is dead do you think what you are saying is going to make everything okay, because its not.
let his family and friends grieve and keep your comments to yourself, he has not even been dead for a week. show a little respect and humanity for the loss of an amazing life.
This punk had prior episodes on the road. Sounds like a DIRT bag to me who's parents were/are CLUELESS. Wake up parents. IF you kid does not drive responsibly...TAKE THE Fn CAR AWAY. They better not be crying at his funeral.
Bloke

Jackson, NJ

#7 Jan 7, 2011
Long Island Gal wrote:
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This punk had prior episodes on the road. Sounds like a DIRT bag to me who's parents were/are CLUELESS. Wake up parents. IF you kid does not drive responsibly...TAKE THE Fn CAR AWAY. They better not be crying at his funeral.
You're a pig with a fat mouth.

Lindenhurst white trash.
WOW

Asbury Park, NJ

#8 Jan 7, 2011
A young man is dead and 2 others are clinging to life.
Reckless on the part of the driver yes.
Bad judgment by parents ? maybe.
Part of being 17 ? 100 %.
Despite what all of these people posting will tell you we have all done it.
Think About it the feeling we all had with our first car a new freedom ALOT of responsability . Weather it was that shinny new 1968 camaro that your parents bought you 40+ years ago brand new or a 2010 toyota corolla we have all pushed down that pedal and said what can this bad boy do! ALL OF US.
the difference is poor judgment not that you can expect less from a kid who was driving for a year.
the fact is that pointing the finger and taking cheap pokes at anyone especially if they are mourning the loss of a child just makes you a real piece of $hit.
You want to point your fingers blame our law makers and write them to revise the driving requirments for young people.
As I never met the young man who died nor do I live near by,
I can tell you this the worst thing a parent could ever do is bury a child!
Karma can bite you in the a$$ today it is this kid tomorrow it could be yours.
Teach your kids how to be responsable restrict their driving freedom and most of all PRAY!!!
R.I.P kid God's speed to your friends and condolences to the family
Frank Dantoni

West Islip, NY

#9 Jan 8, 2011
He had a death wish...some say to hide his homosexual feelings, sadly everyone knew and accepted him anyways.
Bloke

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Jan 8, 2011
abc wrote:
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you have no idea what you are talking about it was an accident. a boy is dead do you think what you are saying is going to make everything okay, because its not.
let his family and friends grieve and keep your comments to yourself, he has not even been dead for a week. show a little respect and humanity for the loss of an amazing life.
Unfortunatly your District Attorney and Police Dept leave no choice but to be on the offensive with everything involving a car... They have promoted Long Island as the most dangerous place on the planet because of the Car... They hate Cars !!
TLITLKITIS

Elizabeth, NJ

#11 Jan 8, 2011
HMM...new driver, very fast car. Blow a stop sign. Alot of blame to go around. Tragedy, im not so sure.
vince

Neptune, NJ

#12 Jan 8, 2011
Long Island Gal wrote:
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This punk had prior episodes on the road. Sounds like a DIRT bag to me who's parents were/are CLUELESS. Wake up parents. IF you kid does not drive responsibly...TAKE THE Fn CAR AWAY. They better not be crying at his funeral.
You better watch what you say.. what if you loved your son that you would do anything for him? My friend Frankie bought that car on his own from working hard every day... the 2 accidents he had were minor.. one of them someone backed up into him.. you dont know anything about my friend.. all the people who post this disrespectful garbage PUT YOURSELF IN THE PARENTS POSITION, WHAT IF YOU LOST YOUR YOUNGEST SON? "the parents better not be crying at his funeral?" are your disabled? seek help, people make mistakes and dont tell me youve never driven over the speed limit or never blew a stop sign... May God have mercy on your souls
pixie

Clinton, IA

#14 Jan 8, 2011
Don't pay any attention to the naysayers. Bless him and his family and his friends.
Frankie D

West Islip, NY

#15 Jan 9, 2011
vince wrote:
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You better watch what you say.. you dont know anything about my friend..
I do know this, he's dead. By his own hand I might add. He's no different than the four inmates that killed themselves at the Nassau jail in the last year. ALL BY SUICIDE.

Since: Jun 10

2012 A REPEAT OF 2010

#16 Jan 9, 2011
vince wrote:
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You better watch what you say.. what if you loved your son that you would do anything for him? My friend Frankie bought that car on his own from working hard every day... the 2 accidents he had were minor.. one of them someone backed up into him.. you dont know anything about my friend.. all the people who post this disrespectful garbage PUT YOURSELF IN THE PARENTS POSITION, WHAT IF YOU LOST YOUR YOUNGEST SON? "the parents better not be crying at his funeral?" are your disabled? seek help, people make mistakes and dont tell me youve never driven over the speed limit or never blew a stop sign... May God have mercy on your souls
Too bad his parents were too busy being his friend instead of being a parent. It appears that Frankie may have been too immature to ride a 10 speed bike never mind a BMW 330. He was a confirmed reckless driver the minute he received his license back in August and the two accidents were a red flag that was ignored. Because of that we have a dead 17 yo, another in a coma and a third with a fractured spine. Thankfully the female driver of the car he struck wasn't critically injured but the pole didn't survive the impact. This aspiring chef has cooked his own goose with his failed parents as ingredients. Stick a fork in them.
Long Island Gal

White Plains, NY

#17 Jan 9, 2011
OBAMA LIES wrote:
<quoted text>Too bad his parents were too busy being his friend instead of being a parent. It appears that Frankie may have been too immature to ride a 10 speed bike never mind a BMW 330. He was a confirmed reckless driver the minute he received his license back in August and the two accidents were a red flag that was ignored. Because of that we have a dead 17 yo, another in a coma and a third with a fractured spine. Thankfully the female driver of the car he struck wasn't critically injured but the pole didn't survive the impact. This aspiring chef has cooked his own goose with his failed parents as ingredients. Stick a fork in them.
Thank you for putting it better than I did above and someone who does NOT get it rated my comment "clueless" and "nuts". Parents need to WAKE THE HELL UP!!! This "accident" did not need to happen. Seems it's mostly spoiled white kids who do this OVER AND OVER.
Could have been worse

White Plains, NY

#18 Jan 9, 2011
"Reckless on the part of the driver yes"

Reckless? How about criminal. I wonder if he had killed a loved one you would still consider this "Reckless"

This is one of those rare times where the truly to blame lost their life and no one else did... so far anyways. I do feel the parents pain, as much as an outsider can, but I am thankful that with 3 kids of my own that there is 1 less thoughtless self centered moron on the road. Maybe the FD should start looking into driving history before they consider a child to take on such a responsibility
Not surprised

Monroe, NC

#19 Jan 9, 2011
When a car looks like that after an accident, it is all about SPEED. Do you know haw fast you have to be going to do that damage?

Slow down people!!
Steve C

Brentwood, NY

#20 Jan 9, 2011
John Gottis Corpse wrote:
Another dropout from the Dumb Gvinea W0P Driving School.
They really are the dumbest class of white people.
I'm not a big fan or you, bu there does seem to be an inordinate number of Italians involved in senseless deadly accidents.
Long Island Gal

White Plains, NY

#21 Jan 9, 2011
Steve C wrote:
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I'm not a big fan or you, bu there does seem to be an inordinate number of Italians involved in senseless deadly accidents.
That's because Italian Moms and Dads make their sons believe they are SUPERIOR beings and rules do not apply to them. They give them EVERYTHING they ask for, never talk about consequences for their actions. I'm first generation American/Italian and I see it first hand all the time. Sons, especially first born sons, are treated like royalty. It is PATHETIC how Italian families bring up their sons. No rules, No punishments, No guidelines....etc....THEN they have to cry at their wakes, or arraignments. SAD. WAKE UP PARENTS.

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