Killer of 3 cyclists never charged, never even identified
Lyne Duhamel, 39, Sandra De La Garza Aquila, 36, and Christine Deschamps, 44, died in May 2011 at 10 am on a sunny spring day riding their bicycles on Rt 112 near Rougement.
We have ridden on that road. It could have been us the driver killed.
The driver of the vehicle walked away with his life intact and was never charged with a crime. He was never publicly identified.
Fatigue at the wheel was blamed for the accident. But we don't call it an accident. Because there was a cause. And the cause was negligent driving.
Three women died. Two more were injured. And the driver didn't get charged with any crime. No court decided on his guilt or innocence.
These cyclists didn't hit the driver. The driver hit and killed these three cyclists.
Three women died.
It could have been you or someone you know.
Would you be satisfied that the driver would not be charged with a crime event though he had killed you? This was sunny daylight. There were six cyclists.
This is what courts and laws exist for. To make the guilty pay for their crimes. A crime was committed on that day in may in 2011 when these three women were killed.
They didn't "lose their lives."
They were killed.
And the killer was not charged with any crime.