SoCal man pleads guilty to fatal 100 mph DUI

There are 6 comments on the May 12, 2010, Daily Breeze story titled SoCal man pleads guilty to fatal 100 mph DUI. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

A 37-year-old Ladera Ranch man pleaded guilty today to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated for driving 100 miles per hour on a toll road near Laguna Canyon and killing a 51-year-old San Clemente man in October.

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ADBB

Los Angeles, CA

#1 May 12, 2010
This killer is willing to speak to groups and help the family of his victim sue the manufacturer of the car. He is not willing to take responsibility for his act.

Since: Feb 10

Torrance, CA

#2 May 12, 2010
The vic's family should have first dibs on this tool's butt with broom sticks and no lube....then, off to prison for life for more of the same.
Not Surprised

Glendale, CA

#3 May 12, 2010
ADBB wrote:
This killer is willing to speak to groups and help the family of his victim sue the manufacturer of the car. He is not willing to take responsibility for his act.
Sounds typical for this day and age. Amazing that the deep pockets are always sought out, despite the car company not having any liability for this incident. If this keeps up, we'll all have cars that only go 25 mph!
Would be nice to see people actually taking responsibility for their own actions. It is unfortunate that the other gentleman was killed in this crash, and not the one who deserved to suffer.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#4 May 12, 2010
ADBB wrote:
This killer is willing to speak to groups and help the family of his victim sue the manufacturer of the car. He is not willing to take responsibility for his act.
He did take responsibility for his "act", but he should not do any speaking at all for the MADD organization, for him to speak in behalf of those lying crimal money grubbing swine at MADD is ludicrust.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#5 May 12, 2010
Not Surprised wrote:
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Would be nice to see people actually taking responsibility for their own actions. It is unfortunate that the other gentleman was killed in this crash, and not the one who deserved to suffer.
The dead guy didn't mind driving on roads paid for by taxes on alcohol sales, alcohol license fees, income taxes made from alcohol selling establishment's employee paychecks and the road taxes made from the sale of gasoline and tires so they could drive to their jobs in alcohol sales.
Charles

United States

#6 May 12, 2010
He is 90% percent responsible, if he never hit the man, he never would have been thrown from the car in the first place. Maybe nothing could have stopped him being thrown from the car, the man was going 100 mph when he hit him.

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