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Posted on April 24 at 9:44 a.m.
FedUpinSB do you have first hand knowledge of Mallory's drinking habits? I do, little Malory liked to DRINK. Stating FACTS isn't besmirching. Here are some questions though. How does a sober person not see a car "speeding" directly towards them on one way street? I know the area well and I would have seen Morua and not gotten hit. Did they cross in the crosswalk or J-Walk? If they crossed in the walk was the light RED at Haley or Green? If the light was RED why wasn't he charged with failure to STOP on a RED light? If this goes to trial these things will be raised by the attorney for Capps. Mallory may have contributed to her on death if she was drunk and J-Walked.
On Dies Family Sues U.S. Government, Capps, Morua
Posted on April 24 at 7:49 a.m.
dou4now there was NO negligence in the hiring of Morua whether his dui's were known or unknown. Capps is NOT responsible for Mallory's death any more than I am. And if this goes to trial we may find out that she contributed to her death that night by being intoxicated and crossing the street against the light.
Posted on April 23 at 3:20 p.m.
Like z28racergirl stated. Throw the lawsuit out.
Posted on April 23 at 11:45 a.m.
Speaking of Federal employment ,ever seen a drunk midshipman from the Naval Academy in Annapolis? They are a riot.. Go Navy!
Posted on April 23 at 11:23 a.m.
If DUI were a barrier to Federal employment, than non of the politicians in that town couldn't have been elected. Georgetown is famous for sightings of drunk Congressmen.
Posted on April 23 at 10:46 a.m.
"besmirch the victim for doing her job after she's dead." Botany, If she was doing her job she would have cut off serving her drunk friends. If the TRUTH is besmirching than so be it.
Posted on April 23 at 9:21 a.m.
It's foolish logic to say Capps put the taxpayers at risk. Morua has legally licensed by the State of California to drive. How many times did Mallory put the citizens of Santa Barbara at risk when she continued to serve her intoxicated friends as a bartender at Tonic? Suing Capps could get ugly for the Dies family.
Posted on April 22 at 4:22 p.m.
What you forgot about the Van Wyck and the Major Deegan TheBleedingObvious? You should have been riding the train in NY anyway. You seem to like to drive a lot. You drive around in New York and now you drive around in Santa Barbara. Don't you get it? You are part of the problem. You are doing nothing but ADDING to the congestion on the highway. Share the road with everyone else or pipe down. The roads weren't built for just you and your 7 year old to leisurely drive around town. Oh and Santa Barbara is rural Old West, you silly rabbit.
On Freeway Closed at Castillo Due to Triple-Fatality DUI Crash
Posted on April 22 at 2:59 p.m.
"But there are occasions when I need to get from point A to point B quickly, and time is of the essence." Therefore people like you TheBleedingObvious speed on the 101. What do you think you're only person with some place to get to quickly. I'm from the Brooklyn, New York and I laugh when someone calls Santa Barbara densely populated. Maybe you haven't noticed but during peak periods the speeds on the 101 through the city centre are well below 65 mph.
Posted on April 22 at 12:38 p.m.
TheBleedingObvious if you're concerned about the speeds on the 101 through Santa Barbara here is a suggestion for you. STOP driving on the 101 with your 7 year old in the car with you. This Santa Barbara not LA you don't have to drive on the freeway to get from one side of town to the other.