Four killed in high-speed single car crash

Looks like young men in their 20s;
Car not stolen

UPDATE #3 at 9:19 p.m. on 03-22-2020 — A woman named Nakia Symone has reached out to Blaska with the following statement:
Inside information. One of the victims belongs to my family. A 26-year old man with a bright future ahead of him and two children that he took very well care of.
Image may contain: 1 person, standingI understand you’re a “blogger” so you say whatever that comes to mind… it’s not your fault that this city has a problem with car theft..

But this sir, wasn’t one of those cases. This car wasn’t stolen they were a group of young men not teenagers that were having a good time on a Saturday night.

 

Ain’t no way in hell they should have been speeding but this so happens to be the outcome. There are family’s hurting from this, including my own. I just ask that everyone please check facts instead of labeling them bad people just because they’re young black men. Sadly you still won’t understand.
RIP to my cousin! He was a stand-up man that did all that he could to raise his children right. He deserves to rest peacefully and that, he will do!!!

UPDATE #2 at 8:36 p.m. on 03-22-2020 re: Comment from JQ:

Found this on the neighborhood site: “So I have a little news I can share, but no names. Info came from a friend of the 2 of the young men. All 4 were in their twenty’s, all close friends, 2 were cousins. Just poor decision making of no seat belts & high rate of speed. Car belonged to the presumed driver. All were local, but have family spread out, so notifications are still being made as of yesterday.”


Madison Police and Fire were called to a single vehicle crash at Northport Drive and Packers Avenue Friday night (11:48 p.m. 03-20-2020) that killed four. At least some of them had been ejected from the vehicle. Madison Police Lt. Kipp Hartman called the accident scene “very traumatic.” 

car crash

Mitch Carlson photo

MPD worked with crash scene investigators, WI State Patrol, Dane County Medical Examiners Office and outside agencies to process the scene and identify the victims. The investigation is still ongoing as victims are ID’d and victims families are notified. Northport Dr was shut down and traffic was rerouted for approximately 5 hours during the investigation.

A police support source said witnesses reported the vehicle was traveling 100 mph before it left the roadway and struck a tree.

“It is unconfirmed, but we are told several of the deceased were well known to law enforcement, having been arrested multiple times in relation to stolen vehicle cases,” that source said. 

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67 Responses to Four killed in high-speed single car crash

  1. But, but, but; these are just kids engaging in normal adolescent behavior, it’s far to traumatic to put these kids in jail it’s much more socially conscious to pander and enable them and allow them to continue to steal cars, damage property, kill themselves, and kill others in vehicle crashes.

    When will idiot social justice warriors, like Ali Muldrow, get it through their overly thick skulls that these kids are knowingly engaging in criminal activity and should be behind bars.

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    • Tom Paine says:

      OMG…………tender youth. Do-over, Do-over.
      Life was discriminating again;; White racism to blame.

      Schools fail to teach students that reality BITES. There never should be consequences. Grab dat chainsaw, sonny, Chug a Fifth? Ya, man enough? Show us wat you got.

      100mph on a golf cart path? Of course. Just like the X-Game pro’s.
      Ding Dong. The bell has rung. Video game is over.

      Cheech? You been Chonged.

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    • Florenzo says:

      White teen do the exact same types of behavior the difference is white privilege and a system that has a double standard. I don’t condone breaking the law. So as long as I can I will fight for black people since there is still a need to fight. These children need structure not jail! They need to be thought by strong BLACK men and women.

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      • “These children need structure not jail!”

        Couldn’t agree more, but the structure they weren’t provided earlier leads to problems that afflict peripheral innocents today, innocents whom society ought protect.

        “They need to be thought (sic) by strong BLACK men and women.”

        Couldn’t agree more 2.0; but…um…you know these kids are BLACK?

        The Gotch

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      • David Blaska says:

        All kids need structure, Florenzo. Don’t know why you got to make this about race (as if white kids were getting merit badges for car theft). But if parents won’t do it; schools won’t do it; community won’t do it — jail WILL do it. Jail (if you think about it) IS structure. Highly structured.

        One more thing: blaming “white privilege” and other urban myths is not providing structure. Such excuse-making only enables destructive behavior, encourages victimhood.

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      • Sprocket says:

        Let’s smack this silliness around like a pinata at an eight year old’s birthday party, shall we.

        White teen do the exact same types of behavior the difference is white privilege and a system that has a double standard.
        One has to believe that evil whitey must suck at imposing his double standard, considering the morons that self-euthanized were roaming about free as birds despite being busted multiple times for helping themselves to other peoples stuff. In fact, if you pay attention, you will observe that when scumbags are busted they generally have a long history of arrests and convictions. It makes you wonder how it’s possible the evil racist justice system is failing to capitalize on the opportunity to oppress these idiots. It’s also worth noting that the primary difference be black and white teens is that, exactly like the communities that spawn them, black teens commit crime at rates far in excess of their portion of the population. (This is also true of other races. Endemic criminality seems to be a feature unique to the black community. Despite being non-white, Asians seem to spend less time in jail than us honkies.)

        I don’t condone breaking the law… These children need structure not jail!
        This is a common line heard from leftie criminal advocates; crime is bad, but there should be no repercussions for it. There are two things going on here. One is cost shifting. This is simple tribalism and self interest. A community that commits crime out of proportion to it’s numbers is seeking to protect itself from the negative fallout of it’s actions. The second is more ideological, and provides a subtext to many of these arguments. The notion is that it blacks should be held to a different standard, in order to redress historical grievances. For white liberals this seem to be predicated on belief in a lack of agency or self-regulation by blacks, combined with a desire to punish themselves and their community for their inherent moral failings.

        That blacks have not figured out education, birth control, and not committing crimes are all good ideas is no body’s problem but their own. Until that happens those of us that have clued into those notions are not obligated to suffer the effects of those decisions.

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      • madisonexpat says:

        A tree is a structure.

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      • andreadole2 says:

        There should be an “s” on the end of “teen.” You should use a phrase such as “engage in” as opposed to the word “do.” You need a semi-colon following the word “behavior.”

        Instead of “[w]hite teen do the exact same types of behavior the difference is…” the sentence should read: “White teens engage in the exact same types of behavior; the difference is…”

        My friend, nobody is going to take you seriously if you cannot write a coherent sentence.

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        • Tom Paine says:

          Thanks for posting wisdom, Sprocket!
          Why ya think so many are adverse to teaching kids that reality can bite and der ain’t no Do-Over’s?

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  2. Aisha says:

    Why is that when it’s a tragedy the news always bring up what that person did bad in there life. Why does it matter they are dead. The car wasn’t stolen so why put they pass in the article???

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    • David Blaska says:

      You know “the car wasn’t stolen” … how?

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      • Felicia says:

        I know it wasn’t stolen because they were my family and the car belonged to a family member. Do your research before making false accusations!

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        • Felicia wrote, “I know it wasn’t stolen because they were my family and the car belonged to a family member.”

          If that’s true, my condolences to you and your family for this tragedy.

          Very pointed question that you can choose to ignore or answer; did the owner and family member give permission for these people to use the car.

          I’m pretty sure all the facts will eventually come out in the news.

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    • George's Son says:

      Aisha, it matters because somewhere along the line, those kids could have been punished for past law-breaking, and held accountable. Maybe they would have then stopped this behavior. It matters because until you and others realize that “bad” most often leads to “worse”. Which is just what happened here.

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    • Aisha wrote, “The car wasn’t stolen so why put they pass in the article???”

      I’m going to go out on a limb and translate that terrible grammar, aka broken English, to read…

      “The car wasn’t stolen so why put their past in the article???”

      Why Aisha, because it’s a news worthy fact, that’s why.

      Do you want to hide their past from the public; if so, why?

      P.S. This comment from Aisha is a good representative of how terribly broken our public education system is.

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    • andreadole2 says:

      Aisha, in your sentence, the correct grammar would be “brings,” not “bring.” It would also be correct to write “their life,” not “there life.”

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  3. Carmine G. says:

    Karma is a real bitch.

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  4. Lars says:

    One hundred miles an hour is never legal on Wisconsin roads, or any other public thourofare.
    Their braking of the law is why they are dead. Speeding, no seat belts, etc.
    Stolen car or not.
    Their being familiar to the police, tells much about them.
    It is very sad that they are dead!
    Their family, their school, the criminal justice system failed them. But first and foremost they are responsible for themselves.

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    • andreadole2 says:

      That should be “thoroughfare,” not “thourofare.” It should be “breaking,” not “braking.” There should be no comma after “police.” There should be an “and” in front of “the criminal justice system…”

      If those who comment on this blog are going to (rightly) correct Aisha’s terrible grammar, Lars’ terrible grammar should likewise be corrected.

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  5. Andy says:

    ” … always bringS up what that person did bad in THEIR (his, her) life…”

    ” … so why put THEIR PAST in the …”

    Did no one correct your writing all. through. school??

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      C’mon Andy; you KNOW that MMSD places an emphasis on feel-good self-esteem/vicitmhoodie/eliminate Whiteness curriculum, in conjunction with everyone gets a trophy and a hug.

      If ignorance of basic, elementary communication is the result, it’s because of systemic baked in racism and we’ll just have to roll with it.

      The Gotch

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  6. wolly1624 says:

    An appropriate punishment in the past might have saved their lives. But because of leniency, they are dead. Once again, progressive thinking only makes things worse

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  7. panamera357 says:

    I pray for their family

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  8. Rich says:

    It was a matter of time, but thankfully it wasnt innocent people. This blood is on the hands of the Dane Co DA.

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  9. George's Son says:

    A tragedy indeed, but no surprise, it has been “in the making” for…. years. While I am sorry it happened, think how lucky it didn’t involve complete innocents in a T-bone, side-swipe or a head-on collision. In review, many of these stolen cars end up in accidents at major intersections. Catch-and-release sure isn’t working, while SJW support the shortcomings of parents who are themselves NOT in control —of their children. We should not accept that it’s “Just Joy-riding Kids”.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      “We should not accept that it’s ‘Just Joy-riding Kids’.”

      Same with allowing stealing a car to become watered down to Operating a Vehicle Without Owner’s Consent.

      Madison/Dane County’s toothless to beat $#!t Juvenile Criminal Justice system is responsible for creating repeat offenders AND allowing, nay encouraging, them to flourish; with no repercussions whatsoever, what would you expect?

      The hands-off We Are The World approach guarantees that once these miscreants are of age and are no longer playing by You’re A Victim rules, they’ll be a resource drain on society for the duration.

      Ferchrissakes! How can they not see that?

      And not only that, but to no one’s surprise, they’ll become democrat voters!

      The Gotch

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      • Dan McMeen says:

        Ummm, work harder at connecting those dots for us please.

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      • Jason Palochko says:

        Wow! Only the Gotch can turn this political, why? I don’t know, maybe because he is a deplorable racist loser that thinks everyone should think like him only? How does it feel Gotch? Open to critical thinking much? Or is that not what your “club” does? GOTCHA!

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          ”Only the Gotch can turn this political, why?”

          Rudimentary contemplation lying laughably outside your meager skillset notwithstanding, you by any chance read any of the other comments?

          “I don’t know, maybe because he is a deplorable racist loser that thinks everyone should think like him only?”

          Oh my gunny sacks! (H/T Good Dog Happy Man) Either do bong hits OR take pulls off’n the Everclear Jug, never both, and ferpity’ssake, NEVER before 10:00 a.m.!!!

          “How does it feel Gotch?”

          Coolish, bit a of a humid breeze that kinda blows right though you; will still need a scarf running today.

          “Open to critical thinking much?”

          Absolutely; yet none to speak of in your disturbed slobbering.

          “Or is that not what your ‘club’ does?”

          The Gotch would never belong to a club that would accept him as a member.

          ”GOTCHA!”

          Sure…sure you did. And a more deserving Gotchie recipient there’s never been!

          The Gotch

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        • dad29 says:

          Gee. In every County in the State, the juvie system handles juvie crime. The judges in the juvie system are elected. So there’s politics involved.

          Is it different on you planet? Tell me, do you have oxygen there, or did your brain go dead for another reason?

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        • Jason Palochko wrote, “Wow! Only the Gotch can turn this political, why? I don’t know, maybe because he is a deplorable racist loser that thinks everyone should think like him only? How does it feel Gotch? Open to critical thinking much? Or is that not what your “club” does? GOTCHA!”

          That reads exactly like what the rightfully banned richard lesiak used to do, 100% unethical ad hominems and absolutely zero substance. Interesting way to reveal your innermost character “Jason”.

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  10. Scott F says:

    Cliche, but we reap what we sow….

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  11. Balboa says:

    I remember driving my 73 pontiac catalina over 100 mph on backroads in middleton plains area. Very very stupid idea. Kids do dumbarse things. If i had been pulled over bye bye car for years. Tired of white privilege bull crap. It is total crap. I have no problem with 2nd chances but there is sonething called scared straight. If u are a repeat offender then off to jail do not pass go do not collect money.
    Jail for me was a deterrent from heading down the antisocial path in life. Apparently catch and release does not work. Go figure

    Im surrounded by idjits!!!

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      “backroads in middleton plains area.”

      Airport Road or Barlow Road (AKA The Roller Coaster)?

      The Gotch had a 68 Bonneville Ragtop (in Candy Apple Red!) for a while; sweet ride but mercifully incapable of the speeds you reference.

      “Jail for me was a deterrent from heading down the antisocial path in life.”

      A similar epiphany occurred after picking a fight with the wrong guy outside The Pub in February 1974, and was provided…um…public accommodations ahead of an arraignment early the next day.

      Not sure if it was the adjacent cell drunk slobbering incoherently most of the night, the 04:30 a.m. lousy breakfast, or the noticeable embarrassment endured by my Dear late Father (a career corrections/probation/parole specialist) as he bailed out his hung-over, disheveled son while greeting all the attendant LEO’s he knew by name.

      Whatever it was, it was abundantly clear afterwards that this wouldn’t be a enviable life trajectory.

      Or as you succinctly put it: Go figure

      The Gotch

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    • Jason palochko says:

      You write like an idiot!

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        This hitch in your Hempen Homespun is because Hillarity won the popular vote, am I right?

        Thanks for reading and taking time away from the cartoons to respond; always nice to hear from an admirer….

        The Gotch

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        • Jason Palochko says:

          Gotcha, thanks for responding. Just wanted to confirm you are a robot. You know, like Artificial Intelligence.

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        • Jason Palochko says:

          No, actually I voted for the moron like you, but there you go with the partisan comments again. Can’t speak as an individual. Thanks any way for the response, just verifying you are a robot. You know as in Artificial Intelligence.

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        • Jason Palochko is dragging the overall blog commentary down the rabbit hole just like the rightfully banned richard lesiak used to do; it’s time for an attitude adjustment.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          Jason…buddy; your gibberishesque slobberings are the pathetic results of doing Bong Hits AND takin’ pulls off’n the EverClear Jug BEFORE 10:00 a.m., which The Gotch humbly-n-reasonably counselled against, are painfully clear.

          FTR; no one will confuse you with any kind of intelligence whatsoever, artificial or otherwise!

          The Gotch

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      • Jason palochko wrote, “You write like an idiot!”

        That reads exactly like what the rightfully banned richard lesiak used to do, 100% unethical ad hominems and absolutely zero substance. Interesting way to reveal your innermost character “Jason”.

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        • Jason Palochko says:

          Sorry I should not have said that.

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        • Jason Palochko says:

          By the way, I think, the election of a judge is called democracy not politics.

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        • Jason Palochko wrote, “By the way, I think, the election of a judge is called democracy not politics.”

          What the heck does that have to do with what I wrote?

          By the way; the election and appointment of judges was made partisan politics by none other than the Democratic Party attacking judge candidates and nominees with false smears and innuendo. The Democrats have been fabricating these unethical attacks for decades. They proven that they are political hacks trying to unethically stack the deck in the courts with immoral accusations.

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  12. Heizenberg says:

    Its all our judges fault and our justic system. Maybe if the judge was harsher instead of bedning over for criminals and putting then back on the streets with no consequences they might still be alive. Lucky nobody else was hurt.

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  13. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    The authorities are taking an inordinate amount of time releasing details.

    Probably nothing to it, right…?

    The Gotch

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  14. Felicia says:

    Our family would actually appreciate if you’d stop reporting LIES! The car was NOT STOLEN! They weren’t teenage thieves. They were driving a car that belonged to our aunt. You should be ashamed of yourself for reporting information without fact checking first!

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      A “police support source” made those statements.

      That same source indicated the individuals you claim as family were “well known” to authorities, and not for civic contributions; how many laws were your family breaking?

      It’s claimed they were EXCEEDING the posted speed limit on a residential street, with innocent people in the impact zone, by over 60 mph!

      “You should be ashamed of yourself for reporting information without fact checking first!”

      Fair point; we could start with you verifying that you are who YOU claim you are!

      The Gotch

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    • David Blaska says:

      Please do tell us what happened, Felicia. You say they were not teenage thieves. How old were they? You write that the car was not stolen, that it belonged to your aunt. Did your aunt give all four of them permission to drive her car at 11:30 at night? Did your aunt suspect they would be driving fast or recklessly? In any event, condolences.

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      • andreadole2 says:

        Felicia claims that the car belonged to her aunt. Someone else releases a statement claiming that the car belonged to the presumed driver. Was her aunt the presumed driver? If not, is Felicia lying? Or is the author of the other statement lying? Someone is lying, either Felicia or the author of the other statement.

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        • This is likely communication confusion which seems to always take place after such incidents, heck some of the information released early might have been incorrect. These things are full of chaos!

          Like I’ve said a couple of times in this thread, I’m sure all the facts will come out soon enough, we’ve just got to be patient.

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    • Felicia wrote, “Our family would actually appreciate if you’d stop reporting LIES! The car was NOT STOLEN! They weren’t teenage thieves. They were driving a car that belonged to our aunt. You should be ashamed of yourself for reporting information without fact checking first!”

      With all due respect to you and your family maybe, just maybe, you should at least try to understand that the only “facts” we have to check right now are from the police department and now we have your unsubstantiated claims here on Blaska’s blog. We don’t know you Felicia, we don’t know if your claims are true and as I said before; I’m sure all the facts will come out in time regardless of your presence on this blog.

      I’ve already asked the questions of you above that you should eventually answer to support your claims but here is an additional question for you; with what we here on Blaska’s blog would naturally perceive, if your claims are true, as terrible grief in your family, why the heck are you spending a moment of your grieving time commenting on a blog, making yourself angry, and “attacking” others that have limited “facts” when you should be spending time grieving with your family?

      We’ve asked you questions and you haven’t answered them. My suggestion for you is to stop getting angry at people you don’t know on a blog because they don’t have what you perceive to be “facts” and those “facts” are not publicly known by us as of yet. If you truly are a member of the family that’s grieving over this tragedy it would be psychologically better for you to walk away from this blog right now and not return until your anger is gone.

      Family is #1, go be with them!

      God’s peace to you and your family Felicia.

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  15. George's Son says:

    Felicia and Jason remind me of Don Rembert’s comments on Nextdoor, concerning “Good article on Racism in Madison”. Same reluctance to supply any real facts, and definitely a reluctance to respond to logical & significant questions. Why is it only white privileged racists need/desire facts? Ooops, just answered my own question ( we’re white privileged racists). I am saddened by this accident-just-waiting-to-happen but cannot excuse the parents/relatives who allow their unattended teenage kids to be out at that late hour. Question. Did the driver have a license?

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      “Felicia and Jason remind me of Don Rembert’s comments on Nextdoor, concerning ‘Good article on Racism in Madison’.”

      The Gotch was privy to that Nextdoor thread; you’re pulling your punches!

      The Gotch

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  16. andreadole2 says:

    For purposes of this comment, I am going to assume that the unnamed police source is telling the truth, that at least some of the deceased are known to the police for prior car thefts. If these young people had been prosecuted for their prior car thefts and then incarcerated or electronically tagged, they would be alive today. We are looking at a system that goes too far in terms of leniency. If one were to look at the old Borstal system in the UK (and I’m speaking specifically of actual Borstal, not the abusive “approved schools” or “training schools”), there was a very low recidivism rate, and the kids were forced to learn reading, math, and other subjects.

    No doubt these kids, given the location of this accident, had also attended middle school at either Sherman or Black Hawk, and high school at East. I’ve had kids at all of these schools, and the unruly, abusive, physically assaultive students who also destroy their classmates’ property are given a free pass at these schools. Had there been earlier consequences, perhaps these kids would still be alive.

    Are the parents of these now deceased young people married? Were they married when they had these now deceased youngsters? Have the parents of these young people been incarcerated? For what sort of crimes? Do any of the parents of these young people have a criminal history of theft or robbery convictions? What sort of “supervision” did these young people have by parents, The System, or others? Did these young people have a history of truancy? If so, what was the response of their parents? How had the parents responded to the prior instances of car theft? Have the parents of these deceased young people ever read books to their kids? How frequently? When? What involvement has The System previously had in their lives? Were any Dane County judges, prosecutors, social workers, guardians at litem, etc., ever in a position to remove them from their parents and put them in a structured situation but failed to exercise that authority? If so, who were they? Which Dane County players in The System failed to act and now have blood on their hands?

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  17. andreadole2 says:

    I think that it is also important to note some of the other recent incidents in Madison involving car theft. For instance, the Madison police have released an incident report stating that the night before this crash,

    “A SUV stolen during a burglary on Marathon Dr. was recovered last night in the 500 block of Northport Dr. The Ford Escape was unoccupied and parked in an apartment complex lot. Knowing it was stolen, officers began to observe it to see if anyone would come back to it. Two women did. One, Jenaya M. Smith, age 19, Madison, had the keys to the Escape. She claimed to have purchased the Ford, but said she was too high at the time to remember who the seller was. She was arrested for operating a motor vehicle without owner’s consent and felony bail jumping. The SUV was stolen from the garage of a Marathon Dr. home last Friday.”

    A quick review of CCAP shows a very lengthy traffic history for the 19-year-old Ms. Smith, plus the fact that she was out on bail in a 2020 felony case in which she has been charged with 5 counts of forgery.

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    • Tom Paine says:

      What I, for one, would expect since we’ve banished the use of the public stocks.
      Then again, does it really matter? Can one protect people from their own ignorance? History is instructive.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      “(Smith) claimed to have purchased the Ford, but said she was too high at the time to remember who the seller was.”

      HeyZeus Alou! If you can’t lie any better than that; TELL_THE_TRUTH!!!

      The Gotch

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      • Batman says:

        Smith may understand that an excuse involving drugs is precisely the added detail likely to tug at the heartstrings of DA Ozanne and certain judges.

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  18. JQ says:

    Found this on the neighborhood site

    So I have a little news I can share, but no names. Info came from a friend of the 2 of the young men. All 4 were in their twenty’s, all close friends, 2 were cousins. Just poor decision making of no seat belts & high rate of speed. Car belonged to the presumed driver. All were local, but have family spread out, so notifications are still being made as of yesterday.”

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  19. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    ”I just ask that everyone please check facts instead of labeling them bad people just because they’re young black men.”

    The only mention of the victim’s being black was posted by the talented Florenzo, who claims he’ll continue to fight for people, with but one caveat.

    If those people’s skin color is melanin-challenged, the deal’s off!

    No bigotry there, nosirree Bob!

    The Gotch

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  20. George's Son says:

    Aisha & Felicia, I sincerely apologize for leaping to conclusions about this sorrowful incident. No excuses. I extend my condolences, as I should have yesterday. Best hopes for you the families. It is a tragedy that none survived. Stay safe and well.

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  21. Darryl says:

    Driving 100 mph at the location where the crash happened makes you a bad person in my book. Just lucky no one other than people in the speeding car were injured or killed.

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  22. Bruce Rideout says:

    If this was truly some young men out partying and going 100mph seemed like a good time why has it taken almost 3 weeks for the police to release their report? I am always skeptical when police hold back. Unless there is way more than meets the eye.

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