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How is that?

The charges are second-degree murder under the intent of malice. How can you spin it that this man who was driving slowly away from police officers, using his turn signals, was responsible for the death of this officer? Especially with malice. Let us check the facts: The fleeing vehicle was not speeding. Said vehicle was not firing at officers or trying to run them off of the road. No need for excessive speed to assist. Officer Matthews was driving at 100 MPH when he wrecked. Officer Matthews obviously could not handle a vehicle at these speeds. I don't see any malice involved. I am pretty sure if Mr. Pierce had wanted to maliciously harm a police officer, he could have used the alleged firearm he carried. I only see a man who should be on trial for 3 things: Marijuana, eluding police, and firearms.

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