Letter: Take responsibility for your actions
I can’t believe Christine Tinner had the nerve to say to Judge Erin Fernandez-Ely that she “didn’t kill anyone” so why should she have to sit through more rehabilitation programs like MADD. It’s clear she doesn’t think she did anything wrong.
Give us a break, Christine! You never were sentenced to any jail time for killing a young girl who had her whole future in front of her, nor did you even have to take an alcohol or drug test the night you killed Meleyna Kistner. As far as I’m concerned, you got off scot-free.
You have a history of driving fast and recklessly. So act like a responsible adult, quit complaining, and do the allotted programs that are put there to really help you.
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