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Thursday, 20 March 2014

"New Law Is Too Late For Dita"

"Law Officers Finally Wake Up"



Miss Dita Paverniece - victim of fatal car crash

Niall Linden fined just £750 For the death of Dita
A Jersey deputy wants to know why the island still hasn't got a death by careless driving law.

Deputy Gerard Baudains has been fighting to get one in place for more than two years.

It follows an accident in which a 27-year-old woman, Dita Paverniece was killed, and the driver Niall Linden, 36, was fined £750 and given a 12 month ban.

The Irishman was driving on St Clement's Coast Road in February last year, when his Lotus Elise is thought to have skidded out of control.

The passenger Ms Paverniece suffered a fatal head injury.

Due to a lack of evidence, he was acquitted of causing death by dangerous driving but he did admit the lesser charge of careless driving.

Due to lack of evidence? You what!!!

More incompetence from the law officers department can be read at the link below.



1 comment:

  1. "The Irishman was driving on St Clement's Coast Road in February last year, when HIS Lotus Elise is thought to have skidded out of control."

    Do we know it was his Lotus Elise? You have mentioned rumours the vehicle was registered to FW

    "Insufficient evidence"? How did the wreckage get ferreted off island without a proper investigation?

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