There seem to be this vast difference in thinking by the police, and the justice system on the way a person is killed. If a drunk hits a cyclist or a runner on the shoulder with a car, the killers gets a pass, or maybe a slight slap on the wrist. But if the killer uses a knife or a gun, they squash him like a bug.
My question what is the big difference in which weapon used? The person is just as dead no matter what weapon he or she uses. What is even more disturbing to me is that there are some people on this cycling forum that also excuses the killer, and calls these killings an accident. The real hard fact is that if someone is killed, someone did something wrong!!!! Are some of the people on this forum that side with drivers not cyclist?