Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Killer Lawyer Pleads Guilty

Daniel Patrick Willsey, 49 is a killer.  A Montrose, California attorney, he was high as a kite on meth careening around in his BMW.  Willsey drove headlong into an SUV driven by Kern County Sheriff's Deputy Joe Hudnall, 43, who was killed when the Sheriff's vehicle plummeted down a Kern Rive canyon ravine. Grace Brown, 18, was being transported and was injured. 

This piece of work (pic, left) with a law license had the 'nads to sue the County for $5 million dollars for his injury.  He didn't collect. 

When the toxicology reports came back, Willsey was charged with vehicular homicide.  According to Bakersfield.com the games stopped, when Kern County Superior Court Judge Gary T. Friedman indicated what evidence the jury will hear at trial.  Mr. Willsey promptly entered a plea to gross vehicular manslaughter while driving under the influence of drugs. The judge immediately directed Willsey into custody--this clown has been out on bond for three years filing frivolous lawsuits while Deputy Joe Hudnall's been taking the dirt nap, and his widow was grieving.

1 comment:

  1. I think there are proposals in other countries to adopt the single nomenclature of "vehicular homicide" as it is used in the United States.