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If the boy wasn't killed instantly and she could have saved him by reporting the incident, she should be charged with second degree murder. She might just as well as shot him with a gun.


I've always thought it odd that generally, we have a separate, much more lenient set of legal systems for crimes that involve motor vehicles. For instance, why do we have a "vehicular manslaughter" charge? we don't have a "knife manslaughter" or "rolling-pin murder" charge. This man should be charged with the same thing as if he got drunk, shot the boy, and left him to die -ie., he would be sitting in prison right now.

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