Additional Felony Charge Filed Against Billy Lane

As you know, I only report and never make any personal judgments in any private legal case.

Two years ago, Billy Lane was charged with one count of DUI manslaughter in connection with a Labor Day 2006 traffic accident in which 56-year-old Sebastian Gerald Morelock died.  Courts records show that prosecutors have filed an additional second vehicular homicide felony charge also punishable by up to 15 years in prison. DUI manslaughter requires proof that the defendant caused or contributed to the crash and had an unlawful blood-alcohol level. A vehicular homicide simply requires proof of reckless driving. Prosecutor Tom Brown states that the issue of admissibility of the blood evidence will not be resolved until trial so he had to go ahead with the added charge, This new charge ensures prosecutors to be able to proceed at trial, no matter the judge’s ruling on the blood evidence. Billy Lane trial is set to begin February 9th.

63 Responses to “Additional Felony Charge Filed Against Billy Lane”

  1. 1 Mike Greenwald Jan 7th, 2009 at 12:10 pm

    I am not now in favor of stacking charges. I have never been in favor of the “stacked ” charges. The morons that do this demonstrate a lack of wisdom and capacity required for the job as required by their oath of office.

  2. 2 Jeff Nicklus Jan 7th, 2009 at 12:23 pm

    This to me reeks of “We are going to convict Billy at all costs”. I normally try and keep my mouth shut on the subject of Billy Lane and his legal problems but this is over the top. If the man is proven guilty in a FAIR TRIAL then I say burn his ass, however, with this move by the prosecution I don’t see how Billy could hope for a FAIR TRIAL! In simple Texas terms …… This is fucked!

    Over & Out,


  3. 3 Objective Observer Jan 7th, 2009 at 12:32 pm

    So are prisoners allowed to hide behind poser sunglasses and try to compensate for their feelings of inadequacy by wearing goofy, tacky jewelry?

    This guy embodies everything that’s lame about the custom Harley community. He’s a poser with no taste and no class.

    To hell with all you people defending the rights of drunk drivers. “Drink, drive, go to jail.” Can’t you imagine how much better this world would be if we could eliminate this problem?

    He put himself in this position, and it’s only fair that he’s being held accountable for it.

  4. 4 Paul Jan 7th, 2009 at 12:42 pm

    “Objective Observer”. Change your website name because if you were objective you would consider Billy innocent until proven guilty. He is not a prisoner, and as of today he is free. It’s you the goofy one with your dark glasses deforming factual information.

  5. 5 George G Jan 7th, 2009 at 4:06 pm

    AMEN to Paul !!!!!!!!

  6. 6 Reality Check Jan 7th, 2009 at 4:22 pm

    Why do so many people try and justify the actions of this man? I’m neither happy nor am I sorry for what happens to him, he deserves what the common man get in this situation and then some more on top if it. He had more than enough resources to get himself to where he wanted to be drunk or sober, he choose to drive drunk and kill someone, with out a legal license to boot. (right? he didn’t have a valid license at the time.) What, do some of you out there seriously believe he only deserves community service?

  7. 7 just my opinion Jan 7th, 2009 at 4:40 pm

    Law 101 if you don’t like the results of a blood test. Get your own test done. Law 102 if those results don’t help try and get all results thrown out on some phone claim ………Like maybe the blood was contaminated when it was sent to the lab in Colorado on billy’s request. I think the DA is just trying to make sure Billy’s slick lawyer does not get him off on some false claim. Good thinking on part of DA. Looks like billy is not the only one with a slick attorney.

  8. 8 Matt Jan 7th, 2009 at 5:46 pm

    Billy Lane will be punished by himself for the rest of his life,it will never get better for him nor the family,who’s livevs will also forever be changed.There are no winners here but he now has the opportunity to do something in his life to help others in some way,that wat has to be decided by him.Unless he’s a natural born killer with out a concience!

  9. 9 Objective Observer Jan 7th, 2009 at 5:49 pm

    The only people who are opposed to eliminating the drunk driving problem are people who want to be able to get away with driving drunk.

  10. 10 Jeff Nicklus Jan 7th, 2009 at 5:49 pm

    Reality Check,

    I seriously believe the man deserves a fair and public trial just as any American Citizen is entitled to. It seems that everyone, without having access to any of the “actual facts” of the case, wants to convict this guy via a blog while they themselves hide behind an “Alias” pen-name. I have said it before and I will say it again here and now …. in my humble opinion, for whatever that may be worth, if after a fair and impartial trial, Billy Lane is convicted of these charges, he then deserves the same punishment the average Joe Blow could expect and receive based on his Pre-Sentence Evaluation … nothing more – nothing less.

    Over & Out,


  11. 11 Jeff Nicklus Jan 7th, 2009 at 5:50 pm

    Objective Observer,

    With all due respect ….. Fuck you, you little peckerwood!

    Over & Out,


  12. 12 Boss Hawg Jan 7th, 2009 at 8:27 pm

    Jeff Nicklus

    I concur with you and Mike Greenwald above and have never liked to see charges stacked on, moreover at a later date, especially over 2 years after the fact.

    Jeff, with regards to Objective Observer, well put Brother! Sometimes I have sided with him, but with the case of Billy Lane, no way. Our justice system is what it is, let the courts prevail and hopefully Billy Lane, too. One life has already been tragically wasted and hopefully not that of another. However, if Billy is convicted, then I must agree that the courts follow the pre-sentence evaluation’s recommendations and sentencing guidelines with fairness to all.

    If Objective Observer is so darned concerned with a guilty verdict before trial and our judicial system here in the Greatest Country in the world, then maybe he/she should consider crusading around America with MADD.

    One more note Jeff, if he thinks the “custom Harley community” is “lame” I would like to offer him a personal invite into Cyril’s world, your world and my world of the “custom Harley community” because I do not personally know any so called “lame” asses in this industry.

    Boss Hawg

  13. 13 february 7th will soon be here Jan 7th, 2009 at 8:47 pm

    If he gets convicted then who will you people idolize? Oh that’s right you will still have the OCC crew

  14. 14 Doc Robinson Jan 8th, 2009 at 9:24 am

    Objective Observer can’t even pick an accurate nom de plume to hide his chicken guts behind. Anyone who knows Billy Lane knows full well he’s the genuine article, far, far from being a poser and I venture to say has more class in his little finger than poor sad non-Objective Observer could ever hope to have in his entire body. I think non-Objective Observer, that you’re a sad little man who probably secretly dresses in womens clothes and rides – that is if you even have the guts to ride- a pink motor scooter. But only on fine days of course … So sad, too bad.

  15. 15 harry Jan 8th, 2009 at 9:38 am

    february 7th will soon be here: if he is convicted I don’t think anyone will be suprised. They have had plenty of time to go through the evidence and build a case against him. I think it is jacked up that they are adding additional charges at the 11th hour (as many have stated here prior to me posting), as some others have mentioned in no particular terms, this is starting to turn into a witch hunt as opposed to a trial. When he is tried in a court, he’ll have twelve of his peers determine if the state gathered and presentened evidence that will deteremine if he is innocent or guilty. Then that determination will be made. When overzealous prosecutors decide to try the case in the media as opposed to the courtroom, then everything goes out the window. Yes what happened to Mr. Morelock was bad, him nor Mr. Lane came out of this situation good, Mr. Morelock died and Mr. Lane will have to live with this, regardless of the verdict. People will still respect his abilites, but the smart ones can determine the difference between admiration of his abilites and idol worship by the stupid masses. Most sheep will jump off of his bandwagon and start bashing him on the internet (as they are already) and for his sake hopefully there will be some that are true friends and maintain loyality from the good times and the bad cause that will be the only thing that will keep his sanity if he is convicted and sent to prison. This will all end bad regardless of the outcome–no winners in this fucking mess…

  16. 16 Rogue Jan 8th, 2009 at 9:49 am

    It appears that Prosecutor Tom Brown has doubts about Mr Lanes Alcohol Levels and now wants to add other charges.
    They call that stacking charges in the hopes that they can get lucky on one of them. It also gives them leverage to threaten long jail terms if found guilty in hope that the defendant will plea out.
    Stacking charges also portrays to those reading the paper the defendant is a really guilty of something and the prosecutor is really doing a good job to convict him.
    The pre trial news coverage can also taints potential jurors.
    Prosecutors are judged on their conviction record and Tom Brown is looking to make a name for himself.
    I also do not see the report of Mr. Morelock being DUI mentioned.
    I am also under the impression that Mr. Lane started the pass in a legal passing zone but had not completed it when Mr. Morelock pulled out into his path.
    Mr. Morelock was DUI when he pulled out into oncoming traffic and that resulted in his death
    I am hopeful that Mr. Lane will be tried by a fair unbiased jury and not by the newspaper, blogs or those reading them.

  17. 17 rodent Jan 8th, 2009 at 10:02 am

    Billy should get a fair trial if that’s possible

  18. 18 Cade Jan 8th, 2009 at 10:30 am

    Don’t just this man one what he looks like,what he wears,etc: let justic prevail.If he is guilty then so be it,if he gets off so be it. Just let the trial be FAIR.

  19. 19 Malto67 Jan 8th, 2009 at 10:46 am

    Twenty five years ago, I had a very close friend drive drunk, cause an accident and kill someone. Chris will tell anyone who will listen that the greatest punishment is the feeling of guilt and shame for what he did that he carries everyday. He did his time and now provides educational speaking engagements to high schools(free of charge as a community service). I also believe that at one point in time or another, all of us who have a drink now and then, could have been arrested for DUI. I’m not saying that drinking and driving is ok, I’m just saying that we all have some responsibilities to bear. Not getting caught is not the same as not committing the crime.
    Finally, I also don’t agree with stacking charges. If the system is designed to be fair, the “get ’em anyway you can” approach should be thrown out. Choose the charge that fits the situation, not any and all that might be applicable. If it were me I would expect fair treatment and so would most of you.

  20. 20 The Big Boo Jan 8th, 2009 at 11:30 am

    Please, no more about how Billy “will have to live with this” and “he has suffered”….So much Bullchit!!!!! I am so sick of hearing such nonsense to excuse the scogins of this world. Mr. Morelock is dead at the hands of Billy driving too drunk and too fast just to score on a quick trick at home.

    I’m a biker so this is a no-brainer…Billy –a cager — killed a biker (well sort of a biker okay a two-wheeler), don’t matter the cager should fry. Cagers get away with murder in this country when they run down bikers and Billy has to pay the piper. Too bad the injustice system don’t work that way though.

    The Big Boo

  21. 21 karend6656 Jan 8th, 2009 at 11:32 am

    Good God Objective Observer. what the hell is wrong with you??? maybe you should proof read what you write before you hit the submit button. ” lame about the custom Harley community” you are a total ass, and really have no right to say anything about Billy! You DO NOT KNOW THE MAN. I 100% agree with Doc Robinson. Billy is not a poser, maybe, just maybe, Objective observer, is a little jealous and just maybe is a wanna be biker!!!

    Get a life. Billy did something horrible, again I will say this. WE HAVE ALL GONE OUT, GOTTEN DRUNK AND GOT BEHIND THE WHEEL OR GOTTEN ON OUR BIKES. You might have gone to a wedding, birthday party for a family member. anything. The only difference is Billy killed a man, yes it is horrible, he is re-living that night every day in his mind. He will be punished. he acknowledges what happened. Leave this guy alone. If you don’t know the entire story keep your mouth shut Objective Observer!

    Oh and BTW all of us “defending drunk drivers” we aren’t defending drunk drivers, it’s just we have all been there, and I am very sure you have too. Just you never got caught.

  22. 22 The Big Boo Jan 8th, 2009 at 11:35 am

    to Malto67

    You missed the point in your own story…your friend wasn’t just driving after drinking….he drove drunk and “KILLED” someone…..let’s put it this way…if you can’t drive after a few drinks don’t drive. If you KILL someone all your “internal” hurt pales in comparison to what you did. The death leaves such a hole in all of the victim’s family not to speak of the victim’s right to life that your friend destroyed.

    Be a man and handle the booze without fail or stick to soda pop for Chistssake!!!!!!


    The Big Boo

  23. 23 The Big Boo Jan 8th, 2009 at 11:38 am

    to Karend6656:

    Please read above and stop excuseing cagers who kill others.
    The “everyone has driven after drinking one time or another” argument is completely lame. Yes it’s true, but NOT EVERYONE WHO DOES so KILLS SOMEONE. Get it?

    sorry for yelling


    The Big Boo

  24. 24 Objective Observer Jan 8th, 2009 at 11:46 am

    I’ll say it again:

    The only people who are opposed to eliminating the drunk driving problem are people who want to be able to get away with driving drunk.

  25. 25 Brock Jan 8th, 2009 at 11:48 am

    If Billy had been using a cell phone and had not been drinking,I wonder what the charges would be ?????

  26. 26 the truth will prevail Jan 8th, 2009 at 12:23 pm

    If billy had been using a cell phone and not drinking the charge would be wreckless driving or vehicular homicide due to wreckless driving. Either way it is less than the charges he faces today.
    The DA in Florida probably filed the last charge because Billys attorney is argueing the blood test are tainted some how. His attorney may be trying to say that the test results are not right because the judge let billy’s attorney send them to the lab in colorado and that lab may have done something to taint the blood. Probably won’t work but his attorney is obligated to try anything and everything he can to get his client off. Billy has a slick attorney but it seems the DA in florida is just as slick. Time will tell and the truth will prevail

  27. 27 karend6656 Jan 8th, 2009 at 12:32 pm

    Big Boo: I understand what you are saying I agree not everyone kills someone. however, (God forbid) it does happen, and its sad, horrible and tragic. and honestly I am not accusing cagers of anything. I just feel that we as people have to stop judging others. none of us ME INCLUDED aren’t perfect we all fuck up at one time or another. And I think that because Billy is in the public eye, people vent about how horrible he is. What about Joe blow down the street from any of us? he might have done the same as Billy and because no one knows joe blow it isn’t discussed or written about.. and No worries about the yelling! just proves you are passionate about what you beleive. I respect that.

    Objective Observer: “I’ll say it again:

    “The only people who are opposed to eliminating the drunk driving problem are people who want to be able to get away with driving drunk” again you are speaking out of your ass. I do not drink. never did never will. Like I said before you’re an ass. and have probably never even met Billy. Oh! wait you wouldn’t cause he’s a poser in tacky jewlery!! asshole..

  28. 28 Jeff Nicklus Jan 8th, 2009 at 12:55 pm

    Isn’t it funny how times change? Not long ago the forbidden conversational subject matter was: Politics and Religion. Now it seems that the subjects have changed to: Politics and Billy Lane’s Drunk Driving Charges. One must love a spirited debate.

    Oh yes, one more thing …. I say it again: Objective Observer, With all due respect ….. Fuck you, you little peckerwood!

    Over & Out,


  29. 29 Malto67 Jan 8th, 2009 at 2:40 pm

    For Big BOO:

    The person my friend Chris killed was my sister. Step off.

  30. 30 IntelWeenie Jan 8th, 2009 at 4:29 pm

    Man, I went to this church the other day, and neither Obama nor Bush was there………………..

    OK, politics and religion covered.

  31. 31 Jeff Nicklus Jan 8th, 2009 at 5:23 pm



    Over & Out,


  32. 32 karend6656 Jan 8th, 2009 at 6:06 pm

    Jeff Nicklus:
    1st thanks for the phone call. very much appreciated. 2nd this comment you made:
    “Oh yes, one more thing …. I say it again: Objective Observer, With all due respect ….. Fuck you, you little peckerwood!” I love it.. you are so right on!!! I couldn’t have said it better!!

  33. 33 Icy Jan 8th, 2009 at 7:27 pm

    karend6656 ,
    Bet you feel like you have balls now after the vulgarities you put down here.

  34. 34 Believer 45 Jan 8th, 2009 at 10:05 pm

    Hey Nicklus….you sure are a funny guy.

    And speaking of little peckerwood………wasn’t that your nickname that you got in high school when you flashed the entire cheerleading squad……

    Hey karend6656…………..time for you to put the bottle down, it’s making you “muy loca”…senorita.

    Good work Objective Observer………..Nicklus is upset about his little peckerwood….so don’t mind him.

    Lane is in big trouble in li’l china………

  35. 35 Icy Jan 8th, 2009 at 11:12 pm

    My apologies Karen6656. I didn’t know you sucking on a bottle and got drunk while you writing here.

  36. 36 DWB Jan 9th, 2009 at 9:10 am

    If he is that stupid to do what he did then he deserves a fair trial but HE SCREWED UP BIG TIME AND NOW IT TIME TO PAY HIS DUES

  37. 37 Brock Jan 9th, 2009 at 10:25 am

    We all have to pay our dues. Some soon.Some later, but we all have to pay.

  38. 38 karend6656 Jan 9th, 2009 at 11:08 am

    ICY: All I can say is God help you… you know nothing…. have a great day…

  39. 39 Jeff Nicklus Jan 9th, 2009 at 11:21 am


    Come on Dude ….. get it right ….. I was Peckerwood not LITTLE Peckerwood! My friends just call me Wood!

    Over & Out,


  40. 40 Mike Greenwald Jan 9th, 2009 at 11:53 am

    Believr 45,
    The biggest problem I have is that I would defend you if you were in the same set of circumstances.. I would strongly recommend reining in those runaway fingers on the keyboard lest they are too exhausted when needed most.

  41. 41 Believer 45 Jan 9th, 2009 at 3:41 pm


    I wish no harm on Lane.

    Too bad for both parties. it’s just sad that a man’s life was taken from him……..

    I believe in the judicial system here in our wonderful country. Believe me when I tell you that we have a great system. I’ve been to far away places that the corruption is so bad that it stinks for miles.

    We shall see what happens…….it’s not up to us to judge.

  42. 42 Believer 45 Jan 9th, 2009 at 3:44 pm

    Nicklus… are a good sport.

    From now on, you shall be known as “Nickwood” 🙂

    Ride on cowboy…

    And yes, Greenwald still wears size 12 underwear……

  43. 43 Nicker Jan 9th, 2009 at 5:27 pm

    DUI’s are a liability to the rest of the community.
    Under our system (right against self incrimination) he has every right to try an duck the charge.
    Our system will decide the final result.
    The community uses hard time to punish deviant behavior.
    Stiff sentences are a deterrent (can’t drink an drive inside & lots of AA stuff is available).

    “…Billy Lane will be punished by himself for the rest of his life…”

    That’s only relevant to him and the Parole Board (if he’s convincing….. not the victim.

    Everything else (Who his Was, Is, or Will be) is irrelevant.


  44. 44 CrazyHorse Jan 9th, 2009 at 7:15 pm

    From now on it will be

    over and out

  45. 45 Jeff Nicklus Jan 9th, 2009 at 7:28 pm


    How bout this ……

    Over & Out,

    Jeff (AKA:Nickwood)

  46. 46 Brett Jan 9th, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    Hey Objective Observer….what the Hell is the custom HARLEY crowd??? If a guy builds a bike from scratch & doesn’t use a single Harley part on it, how is it a custom Harley?

    Tacky jewelry? Sounds to me like jealousy because you don’t have the talent to silver smith stuff. I supposed Paul Cox has tacky seats because you can’t make one out of leather yourself….

    Sorry but I laugh even more at the foreign bike crowd. From the cruisers who go on their ice cream runs with their space ship looking bikes with a million buttons on their dash, to the crotch rockets that due stunts on the highway to the Euro bikers who wear their pretty colored matching leather jacket & pants.

    The fact is, none of this is any of our business with this trial. It is between Lane, the Morelocks & Florida. Lane & the Morelocks have made peace with each other. No one else has an opinion that actually matters on this topic.

  47. 47 Cade Jan 9th, 2009 at 9:04 pm

    Of all the posted comments here, Brett has posted what should be the final word on the Lane trial and the so called custom HARLEY crowd. I don’t know who this Brett is but credit should be given where credit is due and Brett deserves credit.

  48. 48 Nicker Jan 9th, 2009 at 9:16 pm

    “… No one else has an opinion that actually matters on this topic….”

    How do you figure that?
    BL could just as easily have run into anyone else.
    The “Deal” cut between in that case is only relevant in a civil action.

    DUI’s are a liability to all of us and are handled as a criminal action.
    And has nothing to do with punishment for criminal behavior.
    Neither does how bad any and everyone feels.

    That’s the reality of the situation.
    Gar can probably explain this better-n me.


  49. 49 Jeff Nicklus Jan 10th, 2009 at 2:24 pm


    Gar is currently on “Winter Holiday” in the islands where he is without a telephone, TV or computer …. tough life huh? He normally returns sometime in mid-March …. by that time, hopefully, Billy’s trial will be over and the debate will be raging as to the outcome of that trial.

    Over & Out,


  50. 50 Nicker Jan 10th, 2009 at 10:45 pm

    Thank Jeff, i forgot.

    Should also proof read what i write….. 🙁
    The above was supposed to read:

    The “Deal” cut between BL & the Family in that case is only relevant in a civil action.

    DUI’s are a liability to all of us and are handled as a criminal action.
    The criminal justice system handles punishment for criminal behavior.
    And how bad any and everyone feels has little to do with the criminal case.


  51. 51 burnout Jan 11th, 2009 at 1:00 am

    Jeff, I am confused, In Daytona may I just call you Mr Wood? peace

  52. 52 Nicker Jan 11th, 2009 at 2:55 am

    That’s “Mr Woody” to you, ……. 🙂


  53. 53 cooldaddy Jan 11th, 2009 at 9:38 am

    Lets take this down to a personal level. I f the person Billy killed was your father, son ,daughter’, real family would you be waiting for justice to prevail?
    Frankly I don’t understand why OJ has been breathing for so long.
    Cooldaddy on the burner!

  54. 54 Jeff Nicklus Jan 11th, 2009 at 8:23 pm


    You know me …. you can call me anything you like as long as you bring the beer!

    Over & Out,


  55. 55 Donny Jan 12th, 2009 at 10:10 am

    Ok here’s my opinion for what it’s worth.
    I personally think Billy is a great guy, I met him about 7 years ago in Daytona and from that day on everytime I saw him he approached me and knew my name. I just think that says something about his character. As for everybody being pissed off at stacking charges, I can’t help but think that if this case was the other way around and a regular joe killed a biker you would want to hang him. That said my opinion about Billy never changed and I honestly hope for the best for him as some one said before there is no winners here and he has to live with this. I can only imagine the weight on his chest now. All we can do is learn from this.

  56. 56 David Jan 12th, 2009 at 5:32 pm

    Hey maybe we should just get Obama to reinstitute Prohibition.That would put the moonshiners back to work and give the economy a boost.Along with the reintoduction of real stock car drivers and then we may all get pasted the longest and most visous blog replies on the Cryil Huze Blog. GO FOR IT.

  57. 57 David Jan 12th, 2009 at 5:34 pm

    Sorry guys I didin’t edit my spelling and misspelled (Passed)

  58. 58 Brett Jan 15th, 2009 at 8:51 pm

    Cooldaddy, take the personal level to the other side…what if Billy Lane was your son or brother or best friend????? Would you be so quick to want to see him rot?

    I personally just want to see this entire thing finished already. 2 years of listening to every person with a key board voice their opinion. I just wonder if most of you spend as much time talking about all the other people who have been killed by drunks drivers??? There have been hundreds since then, many bikers also, but no one give a rat’s ass about those cases.

    As for the whole biker & cager BS… to begin with, every single one of you own a car or truck, so you are all cagers. It also takes alot more then being on 2 wheels to make someone a biker.

  59. 59 des Jan 20th, 2009 at 11:09 pm

    Guilty of drinking and driving?
    Have you ever been guilty of the same thing?
    Made a poor /stupid judgment call?
    Have you ever been guilty of the same thing?
    Living and feeling guilt/empathy for your choice?
    Have you ever felt that way?
    Trying to avoid the worse consequences for making a poor choice?
    Wouldn’t you do the same thing?
    Being in the public eye!
    Can you say the same?
    Will the public use me as an example?
    Would you be use the same way?
    Started out the day to kill a man at the end of the day, no way!
    Both were drinking
    Both were riding
    Both violated the law
    One lost his life physically
    One lost his life emotionally
    Aren’t they both guilty of the same thing?
    Should of learn from previous mistakes
    How many times did it take to learn from your mistakes
    Some take more
    Some take less
    Wish the choices could be changed that day
    How many times did you feel that way
    I don’t believe he feels he is innocent.
    I do feel he understands what happened was horrific and probably still can’t believe it’s happening to him. Do I think he is trying to do right by this? Yes I do. Would I want him off the hook if he killed my child? I would want him punished. But it does truly depends on which side you’re on? Both are victims. Unfortunately there are still people out there who stereotype bikers and that has to be a concern, whether anyone wants to admit it. How fair will the trail be? My daughter was injured by someone drinking. She was an innocent toddler . Fortunately it wasn’t fatal but I remember how I felt. As years passed I did make peace with the man. Some how, some way I forgave him because I knew his intentions were not to hurt her. Allhough I forgave him, I didn’t forget.

  60. 60 Jim Cattle Jan 27th, 2009 at 5:35 pm

    I hope they stack more and more charges onto this Moron Billy Lane.
    Lets hope this menace to society goes to prison for the rest of his miserable life.

  61. 61 Jake Apr 15th, 2009 at 1:32 pm

    Don’t worry Billy will beat it and he’ll be able to speed over 100 mph in South Florida again one day drunk of course. Maybe one day he’ll get ran over ??

  62. 62 Vigrx Plus Feb 7th, 2010 at 12:59 am

    Brim over I to but I dream the post should prepare more info then it has.

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