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Old 06-01-2015, 04:13 PM
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http://www.wcvb.com/news/man-charged...-hurt/33323452

The driver of the boat is a DUI attorney.
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Horrible.. poor girl lost her arm..
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http://www.wcvb.com/news/man-charged...-hurt/33323452

The driver of the boat is a DUI attorney.
You see the name of the boat ?

http://www.bostonherald.com/sites/de...b0e7d92f6a40d8

Doh.

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Hard to find him guilty of a girl jumping on the prop.
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Depends. I doubt she lost the arm if the engine wasn't running and the prop turning.

As a society we always have an excuse.

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Oh, something tells me he'll be found not guilty....
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12 people on board, who does that with a 29' boat, I've got a 35' boat and rarely have more than 6 and never have more than 8 in mine, WTF.

I wonder whose going to represent him.
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Seriously, though. In gear or not, I'm not getting withing 10 feet of the drive if the engine is running.
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Surrender passport wow maybe he is a flight risk because of future law suit??
nah.....just the prosecutor showing off for the media and putting the screws to the competition.....
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With 12 people on board did he even know she went in after the cushion? I imagine it was a bit hectic on board even before the accident. Not defending him just saying maybe it wasn't entirely his fault
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