Patrolling the public roadways in efforts of binging ahead of the Crash.
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Texas DPS Trooper Eric Burse
Endorses DWI Tracker Program
Texas DPS Trooper Eric Burse addresses a gathering at an annual fundraiser for DWI Tracker, telling them that the DWI Tracker program is, “really, really, really making a difference”. The comments were taped at a recent DWI Tracker fundraiser in which the Smiths’ daughter was posthumously named an honorary DPS Trooper.
Watch the video here!
October 26, 2008 is the darkest day in the life of the Smith family. On that day, their youngest daughter, Meghann Marie, was killed by a drunk driver, Catherine Roberts. Roberts was arrested, tried, convicted, and sentenced to two ten-year terms on charges of intoxication manslaughter, and for Failure to stop and Render Aid. These terms are to run concurrently, in other words, Ms. Roberts will serve a total of ten years, unless paroled earlier.
Enter the government to turn this into madness. Six months after Ms. Roberts began serving her sentence, she became eligible for parole! Meanwhile, the Smiths received a life sentence. There are several things wrong with a system like that, but we have a voice to petition the Board of Pardons and Paroles not to release Roberts on parole. According to e-mails received by the Smiths from former inmates incarcerated with Ms. Roberts, she has yet to show one ounce of remorse for what she has done. In fact, these e-mails reveal that Roberts blames the Smith’s daughter for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
This twisted thinking suggests that if MS. Roberts were released on parole, she would probably go back to the bars and drink herself stone cold drunk to celebrate her release, and another innocent family will get that knock on the door at four in the morning.
Help us stop this insanity. You can write to the Board of Pardons and Paroles to petition that Catherine Roberts stays exactly where she is. And you can do it all from the comfort of your home computer. You can e-mail the Board of Pardons and Paroles to deny parole to Catherine Roberts and make sure she stays put. The information you need to have on your e-mail is as follows:
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