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Hit And Run Victim

A person who struck a man in a hit and run, leaves an apologize note next to the corpse.

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Added: Apr-19-2009 
By: Doyle1
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  • Not to worry, the perp left his fingerprints and handwriting on the note, and possibly some tiremarks as well. there may even be paint chips from the vehicle on the victim. Most people follow a routine, so It would be prudent to monitor traffic coming and going in the area at the same time the victim was struck. Chances are the perp uses this driving route regularly.

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    • lol criminal justice major?

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    • About a year ago, I guy got hit and killed by a drunk driver. a week after the accident, an officer was at the home, reinterviewing the victims family, and a truck came by with a broken drivers side mirror. The cop followed the truck to his home and then left. He came back about an hour later and asked the driver if he knew the victim, and asked how his mirror wa damaged. The guy driving the truck confessed to the hitting the victim and leaving the scene. A test showed DNA on the undercarraige More..

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    • DNA evidence is a circumstantial evidence due to the location of the dna, undercarriage of the suspected vehicle is a direct evidence. Taken together it is not the time of the crime that is at this point relevant, instead the time of death that is estimated of the remains of the victim is more relevant to making a case that is going to stick in a court of law. Therefore the question is not when did the crime occur because the answer is already known though the forensic pathology, tire marks, d More..

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    • You missed the whole point, douchebag. The point is this: people are creatures of habit. The guy who ran over the victim came by at about the same time the victim was hit, after dark, returning home from a bar, drunk as hell. Thats how he was caught. The hit was not intentional, but not reporting the hit was intentional. Now he is in prison, where he belongs, and there is nothing you can do about it. Had the mirror on his truck been repaired the next day after his "accident", he probab More..

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    • Well, douchebag, from your response obviously I was mistaken about your IQ. You dont know about routine activity theory, second you are using intentional as an common noun, however it would be more appropriate to term it as a legal definition, if thats the argument you a presenting to me. Intentionally not calling a police is not a crime, that is already included in the crime itself. You have that right to not incriminate yourself in any way.

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  • Poor woman. Poor victim. WTF? Sorry?... Yeah... That makes it okay.

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  • i cant help but find this hilarious....they pull out a pen and paper write a sorry note.....

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  • Wow. Saturday night hit and run, yeah they were drunk and don't want to go to jail forever. The guilt the driver will feel will age them before their time. If they never find the guy then I hope the asshole at least knows better than to ever judge someone else for anything irresponsible.

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  • He is half way there.

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  • apoo miss work...not!

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  • ahh that is sad.. like the note was going to make it be less painful? or ok? unbelieveable how people are losing thier sense of compassion and resposibilty these days.

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  • Such a huge loss, whatever shall we do when we run out of people to work at McDonalds.

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  • If they don't come forward, they won't get the Crimestoppers reward.

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  • rip maurice.

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  • man this sucks.. doesnt make it right but i know i would panic if i accidently killed someone... its hard to understand but its almost reactionary to run if you do something like this.. RIP man

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    • Very true. It happens a lot, unfortunately. Though it is in direct relation to how much of a puss that person is. If that person was really sorry, that person would have tried to help the guy, called paramedics and stood by. However by running, he incurs a lot more charges and shows his true character, even if he is drunk.

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  • Youre right. Had the drunken redneck who repeatedly left the bar drunk At 11pm in his company supplied pick up truck hit you, there would have been no investigation, just an empty, deflated, massengil vinegar and water douche bottle left to blow away with the wind. Howerver, the drunken redneck hit an elderly retired man; knew he hit and killed him, and left the scene. Now he is in prison, where he belongs.

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  • The note makes it even more vile, that piece of shit needs to be caught.

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  • And drunk drivers wonder why I don't "cut them a break"

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