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Re: “Holly Bartlett’s unlikely journey

Whether or not Holly was "too drunk" has very little significance to
this story. Also, noone is assuming that she was murdered. Holly was
amazing at navigating and its difficult to beleive that she got so
lost, she had only had a few drinks over the span of many hours. I am
blind and I often find that The general public often assumes that I
don't know where I am or where I'm going even though I usually am
fine, especially in places I am familiar with like my apartment
building. When I'm lost I ask for help, stop and think and problem
solve. The real problem here is that the police acted on their own
assumptions, stereo types andignorence. The investigation was not completed
properly. The second issue is that the cab driver did not do his job
and the company he works with did not penalize him or discipline him
for his negligence or theft. It seems as though the cab company feels
worse for the driver than it does for Holly or her family which is
completely unacceptable. It doesn't matter if he has had complaints
against him in the past; he lied to his boss and to the police in the
suspicious death of one of his customers, that alone should be enough
to have him dismissed, its simply a business decision. I refuse to
use casino taxi until he is dismissed
from his position and I encourage everyone to do the same.

41 likes, 4 dislikes
Posted by Runner27 on 12/13/2013 at 2:48 PM

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