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Driver in crash was a wanted parolee


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R.I.P. DAD

R.I.P. DAD

Hey, Justsayin, this is not

Hey, Justsayin, this is not "digging up dirt". It's reporting facts about an event that caused the injuries of two innocent people in a second vehicle. The history of Mr. Ruport quite possibly could have a link to the accident. There is also the posters around town that Mr. Ruport's "Life was taken". Uh, no. From the reports its seems he was the responsible one for this incident although let's wait until the final report comes in. Or would that be bringing up old dirt? I do feel sorry for Mr. Ruport's family though. They lost someone they most likely loved and had no control over his behavior.

Really? What a heartless,

Really? What a heartless, unnecessary story. What's the point? Digging up "dirt' on the deceased can do nothing but hurt his family. This is Very similar to Yellow Journalism. Nothing sensational here.

Love last sentence of the

Love last sentence of the paragraph that starts "Ruport and his passenger..." "Their identities have not been released." Really.....there they all are right there in the article.

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