suit filed in triple fatality
No Happy endings

Brockton, MA

#22 May 5, 2009
Wolcott mom-
I almost totally agree with you. It was a tragedy, but could have been avoided. To suggest that ir couldn't have been is insane, My parents would have taken my license and KEYS away if I showed up with so much as a parking ticket. This kid had Six Stops in as many weeks for speeding ( Sgt Angillo quoted in story GOT THAT ONE STRAIGHT ) He also was recoving from a fractured skull due to a DUI he recieved just a few weeks before where he put YET ANOTHER PERSON in a the hospital for his reckless attitude. Wolcott is not big, an argument that he couldn't have gotten to school is a LIE. Buses cover every portion of the area, he was spoiled kid who got away with anything he wanted, and then had to attone for his actions.
I do send my condolences to Both families, this is nightmare and I couldn't imagine that kind of loss, but facts are facts. And She is groping at straws to blame someone else for her own sons actions.
Bella_from_CT

Wolcott, CT

#23 Aug 22, 2009
I'm late to this party, I know, but I just noticed it.

"Yet Another Wolcott Mom," you seem to have gone off the deep end. If you are happy with your life, why do you need to continue your invective every chance you get? Why spew so much hateful anger at Anthony's mother?

She was wrong, I completely agree, to give that kid a sports car. The Anthony supporters are wrong when they say "this could have happened to anyone" since it happened in a VERY unsafe car, a car which needs expertise to handle correrctly, especially at high speeds. Anthony had proven time and again that 1: he lacked the maturity and expertise for a car like that and 2: that he was going to drive at high speeds no matter what.

Okay, so the parents were wrong.

YAWM, THEY PAID THE ULTIMATE, MOST HORRIBLE, MOST HORRIFYING, MOST PAINFUL PRICE ANY PARENT COULD EVER HAVE TO PAY FOR BEING WRONG!!!

Leave them alone already. Maybe your words posted everywhere don't hurt them. But if they do, even a little bit, do you REALLY think that is the right thing to do, to try to hurt them even more? Will that help the situation somehow?

You tell yourself you are trying to get them to learn something, get other parents to learn something.

But your crazy, hateful attitude wrecks that possibility.
Almost IDF fighter

Tel Aviv, Israel

#24 Aug 23, 2009
Bella_from_CT wrote:
I'm late to this party, I know, but I just noticed it.
"Yet Another Wolcott Mom," you seem to have gone off the deep end. If you are happy with your life, why do you need to continue your invective every chance you get? Why spew so much hateful anger at Anthony's mother?
She was wrong, I completely agree, to give that kid a sports car. The Anthony supporters are wrong when they say "this could have happened to anyone" since it happened in a VERY unsafe car, a car which needs expertise to handle correrctly, especially at high speeds. Anthony had proven time and again that 1: he lacked the maturity and expertise for a car like that and 2: that he was going to drive at high speeds no matter what.
Okay, so the parents were wrong.
YAWM, THEY PAID THE ULTIMATE, MOST HORRIBLE, MOST HORRIFYING, MOST PAINFUL PRICE ANY PARENT COULD EVER HAVE TO PAY FOR BEING WRONG!!!
Leave them alone already. Maybe your words posted everywhere don't hurt them. But if they do, even a little bit, do you REALLY think that is the right thing to do, to try to hurt them even more? Will that help the situation somehow?
You tell yourself you are trying to get them to learn something, get other parents to learn something.
But your crazy, hateful attitude wrecks that possibility.
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irreconcilable

Poznan, Poland

#25 Nov 4, 2009
it's been a long time since it all happened, and i believe the pain of losing them is still the same and will never change. but what i meant was to say that i just can't imagine how cruel and such douchebags ppl can be! maybe he was speeding, maybe he was unexperienced, for sure he did wrong, but for god sake he was just a boy, he didn't planned it at all, he loved his sis, he was nice to everyone, he never hurt a fly, and now he's gone, so just please shut up and let them all rest in peace.
other fact what their mother was doing.
let her do it if she wants, it's her own thing.
r.i.p anthony [*]
pat

Durham, CT

#26 Oct 9, 2010
Yet Another Wolcott Mom wrote:
the mother is in as much denial as when the crash happened...and now she wants money? she needs therapy.
look lady you dont know anything it is the trucks fault i dont know who you think you are what if u lost your kids?
pat

Durham, CT

#27 Oct 9, 2010
She is NUTS wrote:
Are you kidding me? Shw is suing the driver of the pickup, for not geting out of the way fast enough so her precious speed demon son could drive like a lunatick? Good luck!
wow lady that is **** up she was more worried about her kids
Mary Jane Hellener

Waterbury, CT

#28 Nov 16, 2010
You people do not even know what your talking about. I am a family friend and you don't even know the exact facs. Anthony was speeding about 10 miles over the speed limit. The truck did not signal causing Anthony to clip the end of the boat. He then tried to get back on the road but lost control forcing him to go into another lane. The on coming truck should have been paying attention to the road. He then hit there car causing there deaths. Get your facts straight before you make a comment.
Sickened

Bronx, NY

#29 Dec 28, 2010
Absolutely not true. He was doing close to 80. Whether it was 40 over or 10 over it doesn't make it okay that he was still driving after several DUI's and numerous tickets. How about that one? He demonstrated a trend of horrible driving, his parents ignored it and let him keep going. If anything killed those kids it was his parents for letting him continue to drive that race car. and the fact that she's now suing is sickening. Trying to profit off of her sons death is demonstrable.
Bobbie

Seymour, CT

#30 Dec 30, 2010
Mary Jane Hellener wrote:
You people do not even know what your talking about. I am a family friend and you don't even know the exact facs. Anthony was speeding about 10 miles over the speed limit. The truck did not signal causing Anthony to clip the end of the boat. He then tried to get back on the road but lost control forcing him to go into another lane. The on coming truck should have been paying attention to the road. He then hit there car causing there deaths. Get your facts straight before you make a comment.
I have known this family for a long time. Driving fast was just one of Anthonys problems. He shouldn't have been driving and I am sure his parents regret that they let him but look at the police reports he clipped the BACK of the boat because it was almost in the driveway police found NO fault with either truck driver. Donna needs to face the fact that her son caused the death of himself and 2 others. Until she does that she will not be able to move on.
townie

Newark, NJ

#31 Dec 31, 2010
Agreed.
Townie

Flushing, NY

#32 Jan 2, 2011
Bella_from_CT wrote:
I'm late to this party, I know, but I just noticed it.

"Yet Another Wolcott Mom," you seem to have gone off the deep end. If you are happy with your life, why do you need to continue your invective every chance you get? Why spew so much hateful anger at Anthony's mother?

She was wrong, I completely agree, to give that kid a sports car. The Anthony supporters are wrong when they say "this could have happened to anyone" since it happened in a VERY unsafe car, a car which needs expertise to handle correrctly, especially at high speeds. Anthony had proven time and again that 1: he lacked the maturity and expertise for a car like that and 2: that he was going to drive at high speeds no matter what.

Okay, so the parents were wrong.

YAWM, THEY PAID THE ULTIMATE, MOST HORRIBLE, MOST HORRIFYING, MOST PAINFUL PRICE ANY PARENT COULD EVER HAVE TO PAY FOR BEING WRONG!!!

Leave them alone already. Maybe your words posted everywhere don't hurt them. But if they do, even a little bit, do you REALLY think that is the right thing to do, to try to hurt them even more? Will that help the situation somehow?

You tell yourself you are trying to get them to learn something, get other parents to learn something.

But your crazy, hateful attitude wrecks that possibility.
Leave nothing alone. She destroyed her Childrens lives by allowing him to drive with his record, why should we allow her to further ruin the lives of the innocent man who was hit pulling out of his driveway! Her family is destroyed from her own decision, dont let her trash another.
good hearted

Enfield, CT

#33 Feb 5, 2011
I think all you guys need to stop bashing donna it isnt her fault leave her alone!!!! she was a great mother to those children and she is going through life without them now imagine how hard that is god you people have no hearts
Townie

Brooklyn, NY

#34 Mar 8, 2011
good hearted wrote:
I think all you guys need to stop bashing donna it isnt her fault leave her alone!!!! she was a great mother to those children and she is going through life without them now imagine how hard that is god you people have no hearts
No one argued having a good heart. Just a bad mother.
Colon McEnroe

Annville, PA

#35 Jun 7, 2011
This lady is a real class act, she is suing HERSELF! That's right folks, here is the proof, http://civilinquiry.jud.ct.gov/CaseDetail/Pub...
Dr. Feelgood

Reading, MA

#36 Sep 30, 2011
Insane. And monstrous that shed be trying to profit from the fact that her negligence killed both her kids and someone else's.
PeopleRstupid

Rocky Hill, CT

#37 Dec 13, 2011
Colon McEnroe is an idiot and obviously knows NOTHING about the law. This lady is NOT suing herself. Do you really think the courts would let you sue yourself??? Most likely she was cited in as a defendant by one of the other defendants, which would apportion some of the responsibility on her. You're a real class act McEnroe. Your ""proof"" only proved to me that you are an idiot.
lily

United States

#38 Jan 1, 2012
The only victim here is Thamara and her family.
Fact

Boston, MA

#39 Jan 2, 2012
True. If she never got in the car with that psycho, he wouldn't have killed her.
If his parents had even been somewhat responsible, they would have prevented him from driving again, never mind not purchasing him another race car.
Dr. Feelgood

Boston, MA

#40 Feb 13, 2012
I recommend she takes three 6-oz shots of bleach. Should clear up any confusion.

Since: Feb 12

Waltham, MA

#41 Feb 28, 2012
Yet Another Wolcott Mom wrote:
yup...you read right...it doesn't matter that he was going twice the speed limit and couldn't slow down in time. It amazes me that any parent could be ballsy enough to try and point the finger at the person he hit instead of realizing that she's to blame for him being on the road time and time again after every crash he caused. I guess accepting his fault would mean accepting hers. She's lucky I'm not her friend or we probably wouldn't be friends any longer...I'd tell her she doesn't know what the hell she's talking about.
WOW. You are a scumbag, I witnessed the accident, was the first to the car, and called 911. Yeas Anthony was speeding but not double the speed limit and he didn't take any lives that day and you should be ashamed of yourself for saying that. The man towing the boat did cut them off and subsequently caused the accident, he made an improper turn trying to cross Anthony's path quickly to get to a parking lot. The Wolcott Police totally dropped the ball on their investigation also. There were 9 true eyewitnesses, of the 9 none were questioned. Instead they questioned people who heard it from inside their homes or from the golf course near by. There was a whole lot wrong with the events of that day but don't you slander a boy who lost his life in a tragic accident. He was a very intelligent kid who had a heart of gold, a passion for music that was unparalleled, loved his family and friends, but above it all he loved his sister Jessica more than anyone of you people could imagine. He was no murderer, he was a boy who got into an ACCIDENT, at 8:22am. There was no foul play on his part, just wrong place wrong time. But to blame his mother for it is another thing to be ashamed of, if you had a son who went thru what he did you would've done the same shit. Its easy to comment on something from the outside looking in but when its your kid I promise you it changes. His mother did nothing but attempt to make her children happy and if there's one thing those two beautiful souls were, it would be truly happy.

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