In Brief Camblos’ Selective Prosecution October 3, 2007 Waldo Jaquith 4 Comments Camblos said he didn’t prosecute the woman who killed the Deane family in a car wreck because it was an accident, so how come he’s charging a truck driver with involuntary manslaughter for doing precisely the same thing?
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The first had ties to UVA. The other was just a working guy. Different rules and standards for the privileged.
I’m no fan of J. Camblos, but if I recall correctly the factor for not charging the UVA student was b/c of a “mutant bee” that was in the floor board of the car. The truck driver was going too fast according to the news accounts I have read. I don’t recall if the student was speeding.
I expect the driver of the truck could have found a mutant pissant in his cab if he had been aware of the legal precedent set by the discovery of the “mutant bee”. I keep a carcass of a mutant wasp in my car against the possibility of need.
A picture of the “mutant bee” appeared in last week’s Hook. It was about the size of a firefly.
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