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Woman charged with homicide in Pooler crash

I'm reading this and thinking to myself how incredible it must feel to walk on water. I believe that you are the only person that have either directly or indirectly encountered that has this ability. Now, my response to your not only judgemental, but ignorant post is how dare you. Who are you to judge anyone? Personally I know that I was not put on earth to judge anyone for their mistakes, decisions, or actions. It's not my job nor is it yours. My cousin is one of the most honorable and admirable people that I have ever had the pleasure of being around. I'm not going to sit here and pretend that he has walked a straight path throughout the course of his lifetime because that just isn't the case. However, he did wrong and suffered the consequences for his actions. He was not proud of this accomplishment by any means, but he was not ashamed either. He is Justin and all that it entails, good, bad, and ugly. He has been through more strife and hardships than any single person I know, and yet he still has the ability to love with an open heart. I ask you again, how can you say these things about someone that you knew 'back then?' Are you the same person you were 6,7,8 years ago? I would think and hope not. We as humans grow and learn through experience. Experience often carries along mistakes, but it doesn't make one a monster as you imply...only human. So unless you have lived your life making not a single mistake, I simply ask you to not be so quickly to judge a person from their past. It isn't your job. I'm not asking for empathy, sympathy, or anything other than understanding of human error. Justin's actions the six months we had with him will speak more eloquently than any words you may utter.  (Aug 30, 2008 | post #10)