Given Darroch has apparently just resigned, this would be a really GREAT time to push Quod Verum (esp on twitter) using my new article!
It seems odd to me that the head of a major state agency would resign prior to an investigation that showed negligence, unless she knew she was in trouble. My suspicion is that she was running her own little “sanctuary city” type operation. If this turns out to be true then she should be charged as an accessory to the homicides.
On May 11, Zhukovskyy received violations for alleged OUI and refusing a chemical test in East Windsor, CT. The CT Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) sent a notification to the Massachusetts RMV about the violation. The MA RMV was supposed to perform a review which would have resulted in the suspension of his CDL, possibly saving the lives of the 7 motorcyclists, but no such review was done. The head of the MA RMV, Erin Devaney, has resigned over the case, only 4 days after the accident.
Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, a Ukrainian immigrant who was driving a pickup truck, towing a trailer that hit the motorcyclists, was charged with 7 counts of negligent homicide. In reading some of the initial reports I found it curious that, with numerous driving infractions, he still had his commercial driver’s license (CDL). The infractions included two in Baytown, Texas, the most recent one on June 3, and one in East Windsor, Connecticut on May 11.
All of the information presented here, other than my opinions, comes from the New Hampshire Union Leader newspaper.
I’ve been following the motorcycle tragedy in Randolph, NH where 7 motorcyclists were killed on Friday, June 21. All 7 were members, or friends of members, of the Jarheads Motorcycle Group. I live in New Hampshire, own a motorcycle, and have ridden in groups like the one that was wiped out on Friday.
I attended the Memorial Day Ceremony at the New Hampshire Veteran's Cemetery in Boscawen, NH this morning. It was a beautiful tribute to the men and women who died in service to our country and to their families. It was well attended by Veterans, current Service members, families, and non-Service folks like me who were there to pay our respects. Afterwards, I walked around the cemetery thinking about those who gave their all for us.
To follow-up on my earlier post:
From the Manchester Union-Leader, Sunday, April 14, 2019:
The principal of Epping High School has apologized after telling a freshman to cover up her “Make America Great Again” Trump T-shirt last week during the school’s America Day.
In a letter addressed to the school community on Friday, Brian Ernest admitted his mistake when Ciretta MacKenzie was told to cover her shirt.
Ernest said he met with Ciretta’s family and offered his apologies.
Live Free or Die!
Epping, NH High School student told to cover MAGA T-shirt on day encouraging patriotism
9. Mystery ain't it?
All these cray-cray Democrats.
But I just can't work out why.
They have made things WORSE.
And for that alone, they deserve punishment.
Let's hope they get it.
Even with his library, Obama lied.
Tax payers also footing the bill.👎
WWII Veteran with no family to be buried in Lawrence, MA tomorrow (Feb 14). Veterans' service director is asking for volunteers to attend the funeral.
Tweet from Victor Davis Hanson on racism.
What fuels the return of American bias is the new idea that citizens can disparage or discriminate against other groups if they claim victim status and do so for purportedly noble purposes. My thoughts on evolving prejudices: (link: http://bit.ly/2E6VmeK) bit.ly/2E6VmeK
Twitter post by Matt Couch on his investigation of Seth Rich's murder.
Semi-retired, ex-New Orleanian, still trying to get used to New Hampshire winters.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.