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years of poor decision making

I think the criminal background of the deceased men in the car is very important -- these were hardened criminals -- and from judging from the comments of family members and friends (many of which are themselves felons, just run their names through NC Dept. of Corrections "Offender Search") they only looked the other way and acted to enable a life of drug use and mischief. What about the victims of their robberies? What about the safety of the children in Forest Hills? The battery of the SUV flew in the air 150 feet after impact -- could have killed a sleeping child in a home. This was not an accident, but rather years of poor decision making culminating in an reckless event. Stop telling me "their in heaven now" because there is the thing called judgement and hellfire.

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