Lol. Bethesda announced a subscription plan to Fallout 76. What a joke.
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"The victims in the case were never identified, and Antifa refused to cooperate with the investigation. Prosecutors said that if they could have located the Antifa members, they would have also been charged."
This is rather interesting, moving forward with prosecution and being successful with no actual victim, victims who happen to be suspects themselves?
Looks very good, I was already impressed by the Xbox One X enhanced version.
Yeah, already have it preordered digitally.
Unlike most of the other candidates, she can probably reach across the aisle and generate much more support from moderates and anti-Trump Republicans. Pete Buttigieg and her remain two candidates that I do not roll my eyes too.
Good lord, look at how we were....so young....
Well, you all were.
What's sad is that you all probably have updates and the only difference in my life is that my youngest is, in fact, potty trained.
That's a major accomplishment though.
@Jacanuk: Depends on the facts of the case, especially the area of impact and the factual diagram from the crash. But if there's no overt negligence, and definite no mens rea/implied, then it would be a very tough case for manslaughter.
Edit: Btw, I've never seen 192 charged. It's typically a court plea/trial charge that comes forth.
Further edit: Our motors handle all the fatality crashes while we in patrol do the basic investigation, or the DUI arrest/warrant, if that needs arises. Typically, for any major injury crash or fatality, we still do a DUI eval/blood draw to rule that out.
This is an interesting case and the first time I have heard of this. Very tragic for one to accidentally drive on the wrong side of the road and a collision occurs which fatally took the life of a teenager. I am not familiar with UK law in the least bit, but from a law enforcement mindset in California, there would be no criminal liability unless there's evidence of distracted driving or being under the influence. Based on what I've read, there is no criminal wrongdoing involved. That isn't to say she can't be civilly liable for the death which is a separate matter. Either way, ugly situation all around. I've been to too many damn vehicle collisions, especially brought on by distracted drivers and DUIs.
The only thing surprising to come out of the debate was that over 8 million people tuned in to watch it.