Lane Garrison Talks About Fatal Car Accident

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Prison Break actor Lane Garrison, charged with vehicular manslaughter in the death of a 17-year-old Beverly Hills boy, has spoken out for the first time since the fatal December car accident.


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    Nice presentation Rick!! I was there(15th-19th)and had a blast man! hope you did as year same time same place cc.


    8 yrs is plenty. I know a couple people that have killed people while driving high/drunk. you cant give someone life in prison for a VMS charge. even 2 yrs is plenty for a man that has to deal with that forever! prison isnt very simple to live through. he just made a bad choice and now has to deal with it.


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    he should have stuck with stealing baseball cards than driving high on coke


    Yes he took a life and should be punished for that. But how long do you think that should be? He has to live the rest of his life with what he has done. Maybe you don't have any regrets but those of us that do understand what they can do to you. Let god judge him and deal with him as he sees fit. And coming from someone that has been through the prison system. It doesn't take years to understand what you have done!!!


    that good 4 him lets see hife he could break out of prison in real life

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