configdotsys March 1, 2022 Share March 1, 2022 (edited) On 2/24/2022 at 1:54 AM, Tdoc72 said: They actually did both. Warren left to try and find her where he asked her to stay while Jackie (and friends I think) contacted various authorities. I find their actions smart and reasonable and not weird at all. I know they had car seats, as that was the reason Diane borrowed the Hance’s minivan. According to the official report (http://www.autopsyfiles.org/reports/policereport/schuler, diane_police_report.pdf) at #33 the witness, who removed the kids from the car trying to save them, said all 5 were seatbelted. #34 witness also mentions them being seatbelted. #40 witness says at least 2 were in car seats. ~~~ Curious where the upset/mean customer at McDonalds story came from. In the report linked above, the cashier said she was pleasant (pg 13, #65). Maybe I'm nuts, but if my kids were in a car 90 minutes away crying and their aunt was driving, slurring, and calling her brother the wrong name, I just don't see myself thinking it's reasonable to tell the aunt to "stay there, I'll come and get you." They asked for an Amber alert for the car after they arrived up there as well. The police report pretty clearly states that despite Warren reporting that Jackie contacted two police barracks up there while he was on the way, neither department had any record of any calls. They found out about the situation when Warren and his father arrived up there. By that time, the crash had already occurred. The McDonald's video-- that could have truly shown what state she was in, if there was a dispute at the register, and if she looked tipsy-- was supressed. The authorities and the family PI had those videos and had no problem releasing some of them, so why not that one? The employees may have gone into cya mode. The family PI would have used it in a heartbeat if it was favorable to Danny's "she must have had a stroke" or whatever else they were trying to sell. Edited March 1, 2022 by configdotsys 3 Link to comment
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