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Moment Venus Williams breaks down in tears and storms out of a Wimbledon press conference as she is asked for the first time about deadly Florida car crash she is accused of causing {VIDEO}

New video footage shows Venus Williams' fatal June 9 car crash in Palm Beach Gardens, which killed a 78-year-old man. Police said it shows her entering the intersection on a green light

  • Venus Williams' fatal June 9 crash has been shown in shocking new video
  • Local PD said she was at fault in the intersection smash that killed a man, 78
  • New footage shows that she had a green light when she entered intersection
  • She's seen slowing as another car drives in front of her, then carrying on
  • At that point a car containing driver Linda Barson, 67, and her husband, hits her
  • Jerome Barson died two weeks later of injuries sustained in the crash 
  • They are suing Williams after the crash for unlawful killing; the case is still under investigation
  • Her attorney said Friday she could be cleared - but family of dead man saw video backs up their case that she caused his death 

Venus Williams had a green light to enter the intersection where her fatal June collision with an elderly couple occurred, new video released Friday revealed, as her lawyer said she could be cleared.

The newly discovered footage of the June 9 crash shows Williams being T-boned at speed by the elderly couple. It was released by police who said she the case remained under investigation.

Their statement did not clear her or change the previous conclusion that she was to blame.

It will be seized on by her legal team, who say the finding she is to blame can be 'updated'. 

'Based on the evidence obtained in the ongoing investigation, it has been determined the vehicle driven by Venus Williams lawfully entered the intersection on a circular green traffic signal,' Major Paul Rogers of the PBGPD said in a statement.  

New video footage shows Venus Williams' fatal June 9 car crash in Palm Beach Gardens, which killed a 78-year-old man. Police said it shows her entering the intersection on a green light

New video footage shows Venus Williams' fatal June 9 car crash in Palm Beach Gardens, which killed a 78-year-old man. Police said it shows her entering the intersection on a green light

The video shows Williams' car (seen between '7' and 'F') being struck by the Barsons' (right)
Police said Williams was driving within local laws when the crash occurred

The video shows Williams' car (left, between '7' and 'F') being struck by the Barsons' (right). Police said she was driving within local laws when the crash occurred

Shocking footage shows the fatal Venus Williams car crash
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 Hope to be cleared: Lawyers for Venus Williams - who is playing at Wimbledon - said in court in Florida on Friday that a police report blaming her for a car crash which led to the death of Jerome Barson could be 'updated'

 Hope to be cleared: Lawyers for Venus Williams - who is playing at Wimbledon - said in court in Florida on Friday that a police report blaming her for a car crash which led to the death of Jerome Barson could be 'updated'

Who's to blame: Venus Williams was driving V1 in the police report and Linda Barson was at the wheel of V2 when it t-boned the tennis star's SUV

Who's to blame: Venus Williams was driving V1 in the police report and Linda Barson was at the wheel of V2 when it t-boned the tennis star's SUV

There had been no suggestion Venus entered the junction illegally. 

A police report into the fatal June 9 collision stated that Williams was at fault because she turned left into the path of the car in which Jerome Barson, 78, was a passenger. 

But at a court hearing to thrash out how the two sides will share evidence extracted from the two mangled vehicles, her lawyer Malcolm Cunningham suggested cops could change their tune - and sensationally clear the tennis superstar.

'That's not a complete final report - it can be updated,' Cunningham told reporters outside a courthouse in Palm Beach County, Florida. Williams was not present as she is playing at Wimbledon.

'Venus Williams entered that intersection on a green light, her progress was impeded and she had the right by state law to get through the intersection,' he added. 

The video would appear to support that, although police made clear that the matter was still 'under investigation'.

And Michael Steinger, the lawyer for the Barons, Michael Steinger, said it supported their position.

'The video released by the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department continues to support the fact that Ms. Williams remained in the intersection at a red light, violating the Barson’s right of way,' Steinger said in a statement.

'There is nothing that disputes Ms. Williams' was in the intersection on a red light, and the witnesses clearly confirm the Barsons' had a green light and lawfully entered the intersection.'

The video was released at the same time as a court hearing over the electronic records from the tennis star's car. 

The download of the 'EDR', or so-called blackbox data, from Williams' Toyota Sequoia is now expected to begin at a Florida tow yard as early as next Wednesday. 

It should show her speed at the time of the collision - and whether or not she sped up in the moments before to beat a red light. 

The celebrated athlete's lawyers wanted to keep the results to themselves for up to seven days but a Palm Beach County judge on Friday ordered them to hand it over within 72 hours.

The US tennis star said she is 'devastated and heartbroken' over the fatal car crash that Jerome Barson's  family says is her fault. His widow Linda was at the wheel when the crash happened

The US tennis star said she is 'devastated and heartbroken' over the fatal car crash that Jerome Barson's  family says is her fault. His widow Linda was at the wheel when the crash happened

Venus, 37, won an emergency court order earlier this week preventing the Barson family from examining her car after their lawyers provided her team with less than 24 hours’ notice. 

She said she feared critical evidence could be lost unintentionally if the process was bungled and demanded the protective order until the court established a formal procedure for collecting evidence. 

The two sides met Friday to thrash out a full order agreeing to have the technical examinations complete by August 2. 

Both Williams's Toyota Sequoia SUV and Barson's Hyundai Accent are being stored at Kauffs Transportation Systems in West Palm Beach. 

Police have already downloaded and circulated data from the Barson's car but when they tried to extract the information from the SUV the system failed. Experts will now remove panels to gain access to an alternate port. 

Patrick Dahl, for Williams, told the hearing that the athletes team of tech experts wanted seven days to 'save, preserve and make copies' of the data. However Ian Duncan, representing the Barson family, scoffed at their suggestion this could take a week.

 'Typically the way this is done in every EDR download I've ever been present at, one expert is standing there and the other experts has his computer hooked up,' he said. 

'The download comes up, it's saved on the computer right there, it's saved as a PDF document. 

What happened: A diagram prepared by police shows how the car driven by Jerome Barson's widow, Linda, hit Venus Williams' car in the junction

What happened: A diagram prepared by police shows how the car driven by Jerome Barson's widow, Linda, hit Venus Williams' car in the junction

Damage: The Barsons' Hyundai after the collision with Williams. The car was totaled

Damage: The Barsons' Hyundai after the collision with Williams. The car was totaled

'And they take out thumb drives, stick them in the USB drive of the computer and download it to the thumb drive and hand it to the other expert.' 

Judge Cymonie S. Rowe subsequently set the deadline for the 'exchange' at 72 hours.

Barson's wife Linda was driving the car which t-boned Williams at an intersection in Palm Beach Gardens on June 9. 

Her husband was taken to the hospital with internal bleeding and organ damage but died two weeks later - on his wife's 68th birthday. 

A police report said Williams was to blame for the crash because she turned left into the Barson's path and they had the legal right of way. 

Williams insists her signal was green when she turned despite witnesses suggesting she ran a red light. 

Her legal team dismissed suggestions today they were 'stalling' over handing over potentially vital evidence to Barson's family. 

'That statement does not merit a response,' Cunningham told reporters. Venus, meanwhile, eased past her round of 32 opponent, Naomi Osaka in straight sets before Friday's hearing. 

The five-time Wimbledon champion has yet to file her response to the wrongful death suit that was filed on June 30. 

'She is devastated by it, she thinks about it a lot. It's an unfortunate accident,' said Cunningham, adding that he hoped the accident would not 'distract' the star from competing.

Other side: Gary Iscoe, an attorney representing the Barson family, said after Friday's hearing that they were satisfied Williams realized the 'gravity' of the situation.

Other side: Gary Iscoe, an attorney representing the Barson family, said after Friday's hearing that they were satisfied Williams realized the 'gravity' of the situation.

Presiding: Judge Cymonie S. Rowe is overseeing the wrongful death suit against the millionaire tennis star

Presiding: Judge Cymonie S. Rowe is overseeing the wrongful death suit against the millionaire tennis star

Venus broke down in tears at a press conference Monday when she was asked about the fatal incident for the first time.

'There are really no words to describe, like, how devastating and -- yeah I'm completely speechless. It's just yeah, I mean, I'm just...' she said. 

Williams left the room before composing herself and returning to answer a few more questions. 'I have no idea what tomorrow will bring. That's all I can say about it. That's what I've learned,' she added. 

The accident remains under investigation and Williams has not been charged. Police say there was no evidence she was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or that she was distracted by a phone. 

However their report stated that the tennis player was at fault for blocking the right of way of the other vehicle. 

Gary Iscoe, an attorney representing the Barson family, said after Friday's hearing that they were satisfied Williams realized the 'gravity' of the situation. 

Nonetheless he said the retiree's death had taken a 'devastating toll' on his widow and that they looked forward to gaining closure by holding Venus accountable.

'We are very pleased that the evidence will be preserved and examined and we are confident that the evidence will show Miss Williams was at fault,' he said.     

THE POLICE STATEMENT IN FULL 

Statement from Palm Beach Gardens Police Department Regarding the Traffic Crash which occurred on June 9, 2017

The Palm Beach Gardens Police Department initiated an investigation into a traffic crash involving Venus Williams on June 9, 2017. 

The crash occurred at 1:13 P.M. at the intersection of Northlake Boulevard and BallenIsles Drive in the City of Palm Beach Gardens. The passenger of Vehicle 2 (Jerome L. Barson of West Palm Beach, FL) was transported to the hospital where he later died on June 22, 2017.

UPDATE:

After the initial investigation was conducted, new evidence into the incident was located. Video surveillance footage was obtained from a community south of the intersection which recorded the traffic crash.

Based on the evidence obtained in the ongoing investigation, it has been determined the vehicle driven by Venus Williams lawfully entered the intersection on a circular green traffic signal, and attempted to travel north through the intersection to BallenIsles Drive.

As Williams was traveling through the intersection, a Nissan Altima entered the intersection traveling south, and made a left turn in front of William's vehicle, causing her to stop advancing through the intersection to avoid a collision.

After the Nissan had proceeded past Williams, Williams then started to proceed north through the intersection in accordance with F.S.S. 316.075 (1)(a)1. 

The vehicle driven by Linda Barson was traveling west on Northlake Blvd, in the outside lane, approaching a steady red traffic signal. The traffic signal then cycled to green, at which time Barson continued westbound and entered the intersection. 

The front end of Barson's vehicle collided with the right front of William's vehicle. This updated information, based upon new evidence, is still under investigation.

As per Florida Statutes, due to the continuing investigation of this incident, no additional information will be released at this time.

Linda and Jerome Barson hit Venus Williams' car on June 9 in Palm Beach Gardens; Jerome died two weeks later due to his injuries. Cops initially blamed Williams in the incident

Linda and Jerome Barson hit Venus Williams' car on June 9 in Palm Beach Gardens; Jerome died two weeks later due to his injuries. Cops initially blamed Williams in the incident

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Venus Williams says she is 'devastated and heartbroken' over car crash that killed a man, 78, in first public statement as victim's family sues for 'causing his death'

Reporters gave Williams a minute to collect herself, but she eventually grew so emotional that she had to end the press conference early 

  • Venus Williams broke down in tears at Wimbledon on Monday, as she was questioned about the deadly Florida crash she was involved in last month
  • The 37-year-old five-time Wimbledon champion got emotional in a press conference after her first round win against Belgium's Elise Mertens
  • 'I have no idea what tomorrow will bring. That's all I can say about it. That's what I've learned,' Williams said of the deadly accident
  • Reporters gave her a minute to collect herself before Williams decided to end the press conference early and leave
  • Williams is currently being sued by the widow of Jerome Barson, the man who died in the accident 
  • Police say Williams caused the crash by wrongly pulling out into the middle of a Palm Beach Gardens intersection  
Venus Williams teared up at her post-game press conference at Wimbledon on Monday, as she was asked about the fatal car crash she was involved in last month

Venus Williams teared up at her post-game press conference at Wimbledon on Monday, as she was asked about the fatal car crash she was involved in last month

'That's life, you can't prepare for everything,' she said, before tearing up 

'That's life, you can't prepare for everything,' she said, before tearing up 

Reporters gave Williams a minute to collect herself, but she eventually grew so emotional that she had to end the press conference early 

Reporters gave Williams a minute to collect herself, but she eventually grew so emotional that she had to end the press conference early 

'I have no idea what tomorrow will bring. That's all I can say about it. That's what I've learned,' she added. 

When another reporter asked her if there was anything she wanted to say about the accident, the five-time Wimbledon champion grew more emotional. 

'There's really no words to describe how devastating and...yeah, I've been completely speechless,' Williams said before growing more emotional. 

Venus was all smiles after winning the first round of Wimbledon on Monday 

Venus was all smiles after winning the first round of Wimbledon on Monday 

Williams advanced to the second round after beating Belgium's Elise Mertens in straight sets 

Williams advanced to the second round after beating Belgium's Elise Mertens in straight sets 

Williams is currently ranked number 11 in the world. Her sister Serena is not competing in this year's Wimbledon because she is pregnant 

Williams is currently ranked number 11 in the world. Her sister Serena is not competing in this year's Wimbledon because she is pregnant 

Williams is pictured serving during her first match at Wimbledon on Monday 

Williams is pictured serving during her first match at Wimbledon on Monday 

Venus wore winged eyeliner for her Wimbledon debut on Monday 

Venus wore winged eyeliner for her Wimbledon debut on Monday 

Williams, 37, began to visibly cry and she had to keep her head down. 

A spokesman then told the pool of reporters that Williams can't comment further on the case.

 

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Venus Williams sued for wrongful death in fatal car crash
Venus Williams 'devastated and heartbroken' over crash

  • Venus Williams speaks out for the first time about her fatal June 9 car crash
  • Jerome Barson, 78, died two weeks after the crash from his head injuries
  • Barson's family says they will file a wrongful death suit against the tennis star
  • Now Williams tweets: 'My heartfelt condolences go out to the family and friends'

Venus Williams has spoken out for the first time after she was involved in a crash that left a 78-year-old man.

The US tennis star said she is 'devastated and heartbroken' over the fatal car crash that Jerome Barson's family says will prompt them to file a wrongful death suit against her.

In a post on her Facebook page, the 37-year-old wrote: 'I am devasted [sic] and heartbroken by this accident. 

Venus Williams has spoken out for the first time after she was involved in a crash that left a 78-year-old man. She is seen arriving for practice at Wimbledon in London on Friday 

Venus Williams has spoken out for the first time after she was involved in a crash that left a 78-year-old man. She is seen arriving for practice at Wimbledon in London on Friday 

In a post on her Facebook page, the 37-year-old wrote: 'I am devasted [sic] and heartbroken by this accident

In a post on her Facebook page, the 37-year-old wrote: 'I am devasted [sic] and heartbroken by this accident

'My heartfelt condolences go out to the family and friends of Jerome Barson and I continue to keep them in my thoughts and prayers.' 

Williams, 37, is a seven-time Grand Slam champion who won five Wimbledon titles from 2000 to 2008 plus the 2000 and 2001 US Opens.

Seeded 10th in her 20th Wimbledon appearance, Williams is set to face Belgium's Elise Mertens in a first-round match Monday on the England grass courts.

Attorney Michael Steinger told ABC television Friday that Barson's family will file a wrongful death suit over the incident in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

Barson, who suffered head injuries in the accident, died two weeks later on June 22.

A Palm Beach Gardens police report said Williams' 2010 Toyota Sequoia SUV and a 2016 Hyundai Accent driven by Barson's wife, Linda Barson, collided in an intersection.

The US tennis star said she is 'devastated and heartbroken' over the fatal car crash that Jerome Barson's (above with wife) family says will prompt them to file a wrongful death suit against her

The US tennis star said she is 'devastated and heartbroken' over the fatal car crash that Jerome Barson's (above with wife) family says will prompt them to file a wrongful death suit against her

Williams looks on during a training session at Wimbledon on Saturday 

Williams looks on during a training session at Wimbledon on Saturday 

The accident remains under investigation and Williams has not been charged.

Williams' attorney, Malcolm Cunningham, said police estimated Williams was traveling only 5 mph when struck by Barson's car.

'This is an unfortunate accident and Venus expresses her deepest condolences to the family who lost a loved one,' he said.

Cunningham said Williams entered an intersection on a green light that turned red during her turn, but she was stuck in the intersection because of traffic.

The police report said Williams was deemed at fault for blocking the right of way of the other vehicle.

Police say there was no evidence Miss Williams was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or that she was distracted by a phone. 

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'Racist' ESPN commentator should be sacked after he comparing Venus Williams to a GORILLA at the Australian Open

After a police report recently found that Venus Williams was to blame in a car crash that ended with an elderly man dead of his injuries, the tennis great is now being sued for wrongful death.

According to TMZWilliams is being accused of driving while distracted and entering an intersection on a red light, ultimately causing the crash that killed Jerome Barson, 78, who was a passenger in the car that his wife, Linda, was driving.

Linda T-boned Williams’ car, which she said was in the intersection when she had the right of way, and the damage from the crash was so great that the car was “crushed, the front windshield shattered, the airbags deployed, there was crush damage to the rear on the driver’s side, and the back window was shattered.”

Jerome suffered from massive internal bleeding, a fractured spine and massive internal organ damage and died on June 22 in the ICU. Linda suffered a cracked sternum and multiple broken bones but survived the accident.

Now, the suit against Williams is asking for, according to TMZ, “unspecified damages for loss of companionship for both Linda and their family, loss of earnings, pain and suffering, and medical and funeral expenses.”

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Do you think Venus Williams revealed a little too much in lacy burlesque dress at French Open?Australian Open pundit compares Venus Williams to gorilla

  • Tennis fans were enraged at the comment made by ESPN's Doug Adler 
  • Venus Williams was playing against Stefanie Voegele when he made remark
  • 'You see Venus move in and put the gorilla effect on. Charging,'  he said 
  • New York Times tennis writer Ben Rothenberg called comment 'appalling' 

Furious tennis fans have called for an American commentator to be fired after he was accused of comparing African-American tennis superstar Venus Williams to a gorilla at the Australian Open.

The controversial comment was made by ESPN's Doug Adler during Williams' second-round match at the first Slam of the year in Melbourne against Stefanie Voegele.

The 59-year-old former professional player was describing the pressure Williams was putting on the second serve of her Swiss opponent. 

Venus Williams (pictured) of the U.S. was playing in the second round of the Australian Open when the remark was made

Venus Williams (pictured) of the U.S. was playing in the second round of the Australian Open when the remark was made

'She misses a first serve and Venus is all over her,' Adler said. 

'You see Venus move in and put the gorilla effect on. Charging.'

What it provoked was a wave of outrage on social media, including from New York Times tennis writer Ben Rothenberg who was furious at the comment. 

'This is some appalling stuff,' Rothenberg tweeted.  

ESPN's Doug Adler (left) accused of racism after saying Venus Williams (right) had 'put the gorilla effect' on her opponent

Adler's comment sparked outrage on social media with many people showing their anger at what he said

Adler's comment sparked outrage on social media with many people showing their anger at what he said

Williams (left) was playing against Switzerland's Stefanie Voegele (right) at Melbourne Park

Williams (left) was playing against Switzerland's Stefanie Voegele (right) at Melbourne Park

'Horrifying that the Williams sisters remained subjected to it still in 2017.' 

Williams (pictured) won the match

Williams (pictured) won the match

But Rothenberg was not alone in feeling horror at the remark with Richard Ings tweeting: 'That is unacceptable commentary. Appalling stuff.' 

Victoria Chiesa tweeted that it wasn't the first time that Adler had overstepped the mark but this was a new low. 

'Doug Adler's said some awful things in the commentary booth before, but this is next-level disgusting,' Chiesa wrote.

The criticism rained in from all quarters after this with Shanna just one of many who found his comments 'disgusting'.  

'Doug Adler is the commentator that said this. Disgusting beyond words,' Shanna tweeted.

'Or to any person of color it's derogatory and racist. I'm disgusted by ESPN and Doug Adler. Venus is all class and a wonderful role model.

Commentator says Venus Williams put 'gorilla effect' on opponent
Victoria Chiesa called the remark by Adler 'next-level'disgusting

Victoria Chiesa called the remark by Adler 'next-level'disgusting

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Venus williams tennis open french paris

Venus Williams was playing in the French Open in Paris... which might go some way to explain her bizarre choice of outfit in her first match of the tournament.
The 29-year-old player looked as if she had borrowed a negligee from a burlesque troop at the Moulin Rouge.

Looking as if she was about to burst into the can-can at any moment, Venus exhibited her normal flair on the court - athletically reaching for shots and slamming balls past her opponent Patty Schnyder of Swtizerland.
But the lacy, tutu-type attire kept bunching up to reveal her skintight flesh-coloured knickers.
It gave onlookers more than an eyeful of her shapely derriere.

Venus is becoming renowned for her on-court dress, which she wears to give publicity to her personal clothing line.
The star said she was wanted to create an 'illusion' - she's actually created a bit of a furore.


Last month she wore a similar outfit - a red dress with black trim, minus the lace - at the Madrid Open.
But it's unlikely her colourful outfits will go down well at the All-England tennis club.
Players are expected to wear classic white at Wimbledon.

While all talk was of her outfit, rather than her skill, Venus is currently ranked No.2 in the world.
She has never won the women's singles titles on clay and has only made one appearance in the French Open final - which is perhaps why she chose style over comfortable sportswear in the first round.

She did go on to win the first-round match against to Switzerland's Patty Schnyder, 6-3, 6-3




Patty Schnyder

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Comment by carolyn johnson on July 14, 2017 at 12:49am
Rich black woman accident jealous ass cop may the cop be black or white female it male yes let's nail her money money money not today
Comment by Mrs. Canady on July 13, 2017 at 3:02pm
I hope peace can be found on both sides. I can't imagine, but I hope she is still able to get back in the game. Onerthis is done.
Comment by mr1stroke on July 11, 2017 at 12:55am
And people can buy them at walmart or bestbuy for as little as 40 bucks at least the cheaper version
Comment by mr1stroke on July 11, 2017 at 12:52am
Jerome S i dont ever argue with any one, thats why i barely respond to others comment if it looks ignorant i may ask a question to expose lies or to educate my self from the facts, but i do stand my ground once they come at me, which every one seems to do, other then that i think people shoukd share information and also learn from others, but thtas just the way i see things, i have been telling peoole for years to invest in a dash cam especially with these crazy cops, i avoid many tickets and harassment with my dash can because the one in the front is a dual camera so i can record my conversation while stop by the police as well as if im putaide the vehicle
Comment by Jerome S on July 10, 2017 at 11:54pm
Dashcam is a good investment, always thought it was a great idea in many cases. Lots of old school male drivers tend to argue with their passengers instead of watching the road thereby contributing to collisions. It appears that they'd rather win their argument at cost. That could be a lil bit "gangsta ".

Thank you for your great idea, and sharing your experience mr1stroke. You are a credit to the conversation. Also for not trying to argue when those people were all in cahoots.
Comment by Jessy on July 10, 2017 at 10:18am

That's a good idea guys to invest in a dash cam on the front and on the back because someone bumped into my car and hit me in the back last year while I was waiting at a red light not even moving!  Then the person got the nerve to tell their insurance company that I was at fault when I wasn't even moving, I was waiting patiently at the red light behind other cars!  If I had a dash cam in the back, it would have proved everything.  Live and learn.  I'm going to invest in a dash cam on the front and back.

Comment by mr1stroke on July 9, 2017 at 5:39pm
I was driving i came to a stop to make a turn to enter the parking lot of a company, i signal and wait for the roght of way on the corner there is a light, if its green its my turn, once i was cleared i turn this lady ran the other lights speeding and hit my truck from the rear of course my bumpwr came off from the impact, but her car was total she had to be taken to the hopistal than her husband came to the scene took pictures, of course they were white, the cops were white and put on the report she had the right of way

Now reading all this a smart person can ask their self where is my side of the story? Again i was dealing with a white cop, the next day i report the accident, two days later they said she is asking to replace her car, but not suimg for medical lol right there we knew she was at fault, all i did is sent a footage to my adjuster in one week her attorney dropped the case, and i collected $3500 for a bumper that i put back on my self, all thanks to my dash cam
Comment by mr1stroke on July 9, 2017 at 5:27pm
Ab Gai those police are as retarded as ever and yes a dash cam is a good investment for drivers these days especially in the case of road rage, there is an 18 years old girl who was shot to death outside of Philly on highway 100 a case of road rage and hate they have yet to find the driver of she had a dash cam just may be they could capture the vehicle or license plates, people have money to buy boc of popeyes or eat at restaurant or club every weekend but cant afford whats important and it lowers your insurance
Comment by Ab Gai on July 9, 2017 at 3:28pm
@mr1stroke
Right on! I got my dash cam a few months ago and the footage I've captured so far would leave any sensible person speechless. The police came out swinging by declaring Venus was at fault. Why? I'm still waiting for them to announce that Charlie sheen is at fault for attempted murder by having sex with people and not telling them he has AIDS!

Before the video came out, the description alone let you know Venus wasn't at fault and had me wondering why the old white couple was speeding like there is no tomorrow. Venus could have lost her life because of their negligence yet they have the audacity to sue Venus. Sorry for the man's death but his driver caused it.

Driving is also based on some common sense and staying alert. With that said many people out here should not have a license including those cops, judge, old lady and her family.
Comment by mr1stroke on July 9, 2017 at 2:57pm

and those police are as dumb as they come, i tell people they are useless, even if they were racist, you have to determine whether or not the report will make sense to the public, now with that video they are just looking like the idiots they are, under achieve morons, i wonder if there is a cop who can survive in the real world unless they are violating people or doing something illegal i hate cops

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