What angers me is I pass signs, all the time, that state, ''$1,000 fine throwing trash on highway.'' And yet when I was hit by a motorist who was simply not paying attention, not a single thing was done or said to him.
Even the cyclist who was hit by a delivery truck in Chattanooga, and died from the trauma of being drug under the truck, had no posthumous voice as the motorist who struck him was not indicted for killing him. By definition, Second Degree Manslaughter is the unintentional act of murder through carelessness:
So, in essence, the state is saying it's okay to hit another person, so long as they're a cyclist, but don't throw your chewing gum wrapper on the side of the road or they'll nail you.
Edited by: SCRUFYNERFHERDR at: 1/13/2010 (06:46)
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