Breaking News: David Njuguna has been found guilty of the following crimes in the death of State Trooper Thomas Clardy:
- Involuntary manslaughter
- Driving an uninsured vehicle
- Misdemeanor motor vehicle homicide
- Negligent operation of a motor vehicle
She has found him not guilty on the following:
- Manslaughter while under the influence
- Motor vehicle homicide while under the influence
OUI for marijuana is almost impossible to convict on, since marijuana stays in your blood for two weeks, and thus it’s impossible to tell when a defendant got high. This is loophole that has to get figured out eventually.
Nguguna has already served a couple years in jail, so he’s going to have some time served before sentencing. Luckily for him he has one of the most notoriously lenient judges (Janet Kenton-let em walk-Walker), so a fair guess would be somewhere in the 5-7 years range, which will be cut in half with the time served.
The State Police showed up in force to show support for the family of Trooper Clardy.
But Let em walk Walker wouldn’t let them in because state troopers in uniform are unfair or something.
Judge Kenton-Walker explains to troopers she ruled not to allow uniforms in the courtroom to keep the courtroom neutral and impartial.
— Robert Goulston (@rgoulston) November 12, 2019
Most rational people agreed that Njuguna deserved to sit in jail to think about the harm he caused. The only person who seems to disagree with that is John Licoski, which shouldn’t be surprised considering that he abuses his pets and intimidates his neighbors.
Don’t let him forget that.
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