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Thread: Update on CHP Officer Pedeferri
09-13-08, 03:26 AM #1
Update on CHP Officer Pedeferri
The man responsible for killing one, and leaving CHP Officer Pediferri a paraplegic is sentenced to 15 years.
A Paso Robles man learns his fate for killing a man and severely injuring a California Highway Patrol officer on Highway 101 in Ventura.
Jeremy White was sentenced to 15 years in prison. He pled guilty in July to vehicular manslaughter, DUI and transporting marijuana.
White was high on ecstasy and marijuana last December when he drove his car into CHP Officer Tony Pedeferri, who had pulled over Phoenix resident Andreas Parra.
Parra was killed in the crash.
To read Officer Pedeferri's statement, visit this link - powerful stuff:
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09-13-08, 05:23 AM #2
I'm glad they sentenced him to a long term. I hope that Officer Pedeferri enjoys his time with his family. I always bring stuff like this up when I'm told that Marijuana doesn't cause any harm.'Political Correctness is a doctrine fostered by a
delusional, illogical liberal minority, and rabidly
promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which
holds forth the proposition that it is entirely
possible to pick up a turd by the clean end!'
ďA fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity.Ē Sigmund Freud
09-13-08, 01:43 PM #3
That's a very powerful statement.
09-13-08, 10:36 PM #4
I donít feel sorry for myself, but I feel sorry for others around me, specifically my family. My wife and my children lost a big part of the husband and the father they have known. Obviously, my athletic career and my career as a CHP officer as I knew them, are over. While I was in ICU, I gave my wife a chance to take the kids and leave me with no questions asked. I felt she didnít marry the man she was looking at lying paralyzed in a bed, on life support, chest tubes draining blood, and with numerous lines and tubes going in and out of my body. She refused and has been by my side throughout. The ripple affect of my injury has provoked emotions from sadness, anger, resentment, and helplessness in my parents, extended family, friends, and people I have never even met.
It's this and many other cases such as this that have and will continue to enforce the realization to me that the jobs that you guys and gals in LE do ARE dangerous, sometimes deadly, sometimes thankless, but well worth my support.
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