Sunday, February 11, 2007
Man Accused In Hit-and-run Out On $250 After Second Arrest
This is truly one of the Shame of America stories. It seems that this guy ran down a 12 year old boy, then left the scene. Oh, they caught him and put him in jail. He got out on bond. Then, if that wasn't enough for this wonderful citizen, days later, he was arrested again. This time it was for driving on a revoked license. Did they keep him. Nope, he is out again on a $250 bond. Are they serious?????
The first bond was $100,000. He got out. Then it was a token amount, $250. Where are the officials in this thing? Where is the judge that would allow someone to just walk out of the courtroom twice? Why didn't they keep him after the second set of charges if not the first? You be the judge? Is the judicial system doing it's job or not?
There are new questions about a Mid-South man who is out on bond after a hit-and-run crash that killed a 12-year-old boy. Terrance Whitelow was released on bond after that deadly crash. He was arrested days later for driving on a revoked license, and released again.
I have nothing more to say here. I think the story speaks for itself. SHAME OF AMERICA