Saturday, 23 November 2013

The War On Cyclists and Pedestrians: Squash player deliberately murdered, minimal charges for the driver

Labelling such killings as "accidents" is done to minimize the actions of the perpetrator and to blame the victim.

At the very least, the killing of Adrian Dudzicki was manslaughter, if not second degree murder, and the driver should face that charge and the prison sentence that comes with it.

The media label the killing of cyclists and pedestrians "accidents" to blame the victim and to protect "car culture".  Remember that if you kid is ever run over by a car on a sidewalk - your child will be labelled the guilty party, the driver will be deemed innocent.

Man charged in death of Ottawa squash player killed in Toronto cycling accident
OTTAWA — A 20-year-old man has been charged in a crash that killed an aspiring squash pro and former Canadian university champion from Ottawa on Wednesday.
Adrian Dudzicki, who would have turned 24 on Dec. 26, died after the bicycle he was riding was struck by a car in North York.
Toronto police announced Thursday they have charged Aleksey Aleksev, 20, with dangerous driving causing death and criminal negligence causing death.
Dudzicki was on his way to the National Squash Academy when the accident occurred.

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