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Saturday, December 11, 2010

PLEASE COME TO EAGLE, COLORADO THIS THURSDAY, ON YOUR BIKE, TO SUPPORT THE CAUSE. MARTIN J. ERZINGER WILL BE IN TOWN, RUNAWAY WINNER OF THE A2B DOUCHE BAG OF THE YEAR AWARD

Dr. Steven Milo was treated for serious injuries after a July 3 hit-and-run accident. Milo, of New York, was cycling along U.S. Highway 6 in Edwards when he was struck from behind. The defendant in the case, Martin Erzinger, is claiming that a sleep disorder is responsible and that he didn't know he hit someone when he left the scene. This photo was filed with the court Friday by Milo's attorney.
I beg all cyclists to read the artcile which is linked above this photo of Dr. Steven Milo. This Thursday, the cocksucker who hit this guy and RAN AWAY LIKE A PUSSY AND FELON, will be in court right here in my backyard in Eagle, Colorado. Please show up on your bikes to help circle the wagons on Mr. Erzinger. His appearance is at 2:00pm Mountain standard time when he stands be fore the judge in the same courtroom wher Kobe Bryant took one for the team just a few years back. I'd imagine that just like Kobe, this dickwad will pay his way out of marrying Bubba in prison where he actually belongs. Please come and support cyclist's rights tothe road, and to punish losers who think they can get away with near murder, and driving away with it.
Thank you.

3 comments:

  1. For more info, updates, and photos of the crash go to http://spokesofjustice.blogspot.com/

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  2. You can sign a petition to ask the judge to refuse the misdemeanor plea deal and make the a-h0le stand trial for the full felony.
    http://criminaljustice.change.org/petitions/view/tell_judge_frederick_gannett_reject_plea_agreement_for_hit-and-run_wealth_manager

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  3. Please see new information on Reuters about the hit and run by Erzinger

    http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2010/12/31/18-questions-for-martin-erzinger/

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