"Why didn't the driver simply throw the transmission into neutral as
officers urged him to do?"
Maybe he doesn't like authority? Rather prove a 94MPH point? good
thing it wasn't a corolla... this chase would have topped 110mph
It will end up like the Duke rape case: "The narrative was right [in the
Duke case for a liberal race-based victim agenda; in this case, for a
liberal Government Motors agenda] but the facts were wrong."
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It's also funny that the driver, realtor James Sikes, had declared
bankruptcy, was $700,000 in debt, owed $19,000 on his Prius, and was
going to be sued for $20,000 on the sale of a defective house:
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