Antlers Ex-Judge Not Guilty In Boy's Bike Death

Jan 23, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KTEN-TV Denison

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lucky

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Jan 24, 2013
 
the jerk got lucky,when i heard the verdict not only me but others in the court room,was in shock.he should have at the least got a year in the county jail and a thousand dollar fine,thats what the statues say,but the jury did not did not take that to the jury room
now he will get his revenge,just watch.
herehere

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Jan 25, 2013
 
It was still just a very tragic accident.
hhbbl

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Jan 25, 2013
 

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It could of happened to anyone who was driving on that street. Just because he didnt have a liscence doesnt mean he should be convicted of manslaughter. If it was you youd be singing a different tune. It really was just a bad accident
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From my point of view, this could have happened to anyone that was on the streets. But, it happened to the Ex Judge, did the mother get any charges for not supervising the child (child neglect).No child that young should have been playing in the streets without any supervision expecally on a bike going down a hill.
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Jan 26, 2013
 

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I totally agree, watch your kids people and this wouldn't happen
obvious

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Jan 26, 2013
 
Nobody thinks those are harsh words directed towards a parent that Has experienced the worst thing in life. Losing a child. You people should think twice before you speak.
Pkay

Tulsa, OK

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Jan 26, 2013
 
I sure do miss that little boy! I can't believe he's been gone so long :(
lucky

Oklahoma City, OK

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Jan 27, 2013
 
riley is gone,the courts made there decision
its over now.
Lala

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Jan 27, 2013
 
I agree it could've happened to any1 drivin,, an yes the parents should have been watchin there child,, but if the man didnt have a license he shouldn't have been driving an drunk bein the judge at that.
tina

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Jan 27, 2013
 
i agree with that
equality for all

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Jan 28, 2013
 
Lala wrote:
I agree it could've happened to any1 drivin,, an yes the parents should have been watchin there child,, but if the man didnt have a license he shouldn't have been driving an drunk bein the judge at that.
Why do you make up things about Judge Blythe? People like you should keep their lying mouths shut! It only shows how low you will go when you accuse him of being drunk when the accident happened. The Judge was not, nor has he been accused of being drunk by any of the investigators, prosecutors or witnesses! So, why would you, a nobody, start lying about the facts now??? Does it somehow make you feel good??
Lala

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equality for all wrote:
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Why do you make up things about Judge Blythe? People like you should keep their lying mouths shut! It only shows how low you will go when you accuse him of being drunk when the accident happened. The Judge was not, nor has he been accused of being drunk by any of the investigators, prosecutors or witnesses! So, why would you, a nobody, start lying about the facts now??? Does it somehow make you feel good??
Well really it dnt matter if he was drunk or not,, many ppl has said he was. But if he was the judge why didnt he have a license?? He had to of did somethin to lose them. An ur not supposed to be driving without a DRIVERS LICENSE so maybe if he wasn't breakin the law by drivimg without one the boy would still be here today. So think about thay before u ho taking up for Mr. JUDGE BLYTHE!!! So dnt come at me with ur shit talkin!
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equality for all wrote:
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Why do you make up things about Judge Blythe? People like you should keep their lying mouths shut! It only shows how low you will go when you accuse him of being drunk when the accident happened. The Judge was not, nor has he been accused of being drunk by any of the investigators, prosecutors or witnesses! So, why would you, a nobody, start lying about the facts now??? Does it somehow make you feel good??
An he was a person of law enforcement that put ppl in jail for driving without a license an he was doin the same thing! Kinda like the pot callin the kettle black! If that was ur child the tables would be turned. Ppl like u need to keep ur opinions to urself if ur gonna take up for a 75 year old no license having drunk man!! And the nobody would be u,, obviously u dnt care if the boys gone or not as long as Judge Blythe dnt get in trouble! And the best punishment for him is to live with it..An does takin up for him somehow make u feel good?? No i ddnt think so! So just shutup!!
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Yes it could have been someone with a license. And if that person had a license there would have never been a manslaughter charge. The fact is the charges were brought on because he was committing a crime(by driving without a license) when the accident occurred. It had NOTHING to do with him being guilty of hitting the child. The child hit him. There is no disputing that. It still doesn't relief the judge of guilt though because he was breaking the law. And as a judge he should have been head and shoulders above others in following the law to a T. That is what sucks. They went for the big charge in the case instead of something less and he walked a free man. And who do you think is paying for all the time the judge fought this? WE ARE. The tax payers are. He is smart and he is cunning. And he knew how to hold this up until people stopped talking about it and it was old news. Sly as a fox.
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Jan 29, 2013
 
Just so sad!! Anyway you put it, any opinion you give it, any bad mouthing you say it still boils down to a tragedy!!!! R.I.P Child!!!
Tish

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Feb 27, 2013
 
If he had no license doesn't that make his insurance void? So the parents can't even sue his insurance company. But bet your last dollar if it was his baby you would be under the jail house. I agree, he had to have done something illegal for his license to be revoked. I wonder what. Hmmmmm. The loss of a child due to any fault is still the loss of a child. That is a pain I hope I never feel. I hope it is the first thing he thinks of every morning and the last thing every night.
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May 26, 2013
 
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If he had no license doesn't that make his insurance void? So the parents can't even sue his insurance company.
Why would you sue the insurance company, insurance had absolutely nothing to do with it, go after the person, insurance will only cover loss not pain and suffering. "EX JUDGE" really no license really and he was somebody elected into office and is above the law, I think not sue him personally for all he worth at this point and any future income from sale,retirement, put liens against everything he owns outright, that way you'll insure any monies due are paid to you to satisfy the liens. Good luck
Tish

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May 26, 2013
 
Why would you sue the insurance company, insurance had absolutely nothing to do with it, go after the person, insurance will only cover loss not pain and suffering. EX JUDGE really no license really and he was somebody elected into office and is above the law, I think not sue him personally for all he worth at this point and any future income from sale,retirement, put liens against everything he owns outright, that way you'll insure any monies due are paid to you to satisfy the liens. Good luck

Well you know as soon as it happened anything he had in his name was tranferred into someone elses name real quick. And what insurace company do you use because if I hit someone and they are hurt or killed they can sue me and my insurance company, personal experience, I know.

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