In which we support the rights of offenders, not victims.

Today Alexander Beers got off 100% scott free from all charges of Reckless Driving Causing Death and Driving Under the Influence.
All this because once his breathlizer was deemed non admisable because he was "Confused" into taking it by the RCMP. Without the breathalizer there was not enough evidence to convict him.

I am sick, really really sick right now. He was confused.
Satara is dead, our hearts ripped into pieces without her, a mother and father can no longer live their life normally because they had to watch their daughter die in their arms on the side of the road. Mr. Beers, will now walk his ass down to the Department of Motor Vehicles, get his drivers license reinstated and drive to a bar to celebrate no doubt. In september he will return to his university studies at St. Francis Xavier University here in Nova Scotia and return to his normal life. No doubt completing his education, establishing a nice career for himself, finding himself a nice wife and never once being legally accountable for the life he took that night, drunk as hell, speeding through back roads with open liquor. I am not a spitefull person, but I hope this boy never finds a moment of peace for the rest of his days knowing what he has done, and how crooked he played his damn cards. Stand up for what you did boy. Don’t play the victim, you made your bed now lie in it. GRRRR I am so angry.

Satara was 1.5 months away from starting high school, she was so excited for September and had just gotten involved with a boy she really cared about. In fact she was walking to meet him the night she was killed. Now her flame has been extinguished and she never get’s to grow up, or even learn to drive.

Satara my sweet, I love you, I miss you, I know you are at peace but it’s been so hard to find peace here on earth for all of us. We love and miss you every day. I wish you could still text me 100 times a day.


About mommamaynard

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.” — Albert Einstein. When it feels like your world has been shattered, and you have reached rock bottom, you must make a choice: Stay where you are and fade away, or keep moving forward. Thankfully I chose to move forward and was blessed with the two most wonderful children after the death of my first in early labor. Things are looking up.

Posted on June 11, 2009, in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. I thought I had responded to this.
    I am just appalled, Jaime. It’s unfathomable that this happens in THIS DAY AND AGE. My GOD.
    I am so so sorry for your and your family and sweet Satara’s memory that is has to be marred by such a piece of crap asshole without a conscience 😦

  2. This makes me feel disgusting. I’m sorry for your family 😦

  3. I don’t even understand this. It makes no sense
    I am so so sorry.

  4. what a travesty of justice!
    I’m so sorry!!

  5. i am absolutely dismayed. does the judge not realize that it could be someone from his family next???? get drunk drivers off the road!
    ugh. ugh. this is just terrible. i am so, so sorry to hear this. 😦

  6. How does that work exactly? He killed someone and he gets to go home and live his life?

  7. That is just so very wrong. I don’t understand that verdict at all. My heart goes out to you and Satara’s family.

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