So Lt. Gov. Tim Murray was driving a 100mph when he crashed a state vehicle

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    Lt. Gov. Tim Murray was driving 100 mph at time of Nov. crash, may have fallen asleep at the wheel - Political Intelligence - A national political and campaign blog from The Boston Globe - Boston.com

    This dude and everyone who tried to cover his ass need to go.
     
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    “Based on this data, it is not possible to conclude with 100 percent certainty the cause of the crash,” said State Police spokesman David Procopio. “The data, however, is potentially consistent with an operator falling asleep and not realizing the car had gone off the road until the point of impact. Facts that are potentially indicative of this cause are the steady acceleration, shallow angle of exit from the roadway, and lack of braking and corrective steering.”

    I don't know anything about the guy, I don't support either party, but he should be condemned like this for fallnig asleep behind the wheel? It's an honest mistake.


    He was driving 75 mph, i drive 75 mph every day, hopefully nobody throws a fit over it in this fashion when i do it.
     
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    He's been lying his ass off about it.
     
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    Oh i see, it's because he lied about having a seatbelt on and whether or not he was speeding.



    The same thing everyone has done/would do in that situation.
     
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    He's a republican. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    Speak for yourself, Doc.

    He should have been honest about it from Jump St.

    He chose to lie instead.

    Hit the bricks, Tim.
     
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    He's Obama's boy, Deval Patrick's Dem Lt Governor.
     
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    I lie everytime I've ever been pulled over. "yes, I had my seatbelt on until you pulled me over. And no I had no idea I was going that fast"

    Seriously, who gives a fuck.
     
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    What's the difference between this and you not calling the cops on yourself whenever you speed or don't use your seatbelt or turn signal?


    The simple act of getting caught? Is that what you want to base your value system on?
     

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