4M Signed The Petition For Colorado Truck Driver Given 110 Years For Deadly Pileup! He’s Not A CRIMINAL!

The truck’s brakes go out, and the driver is stuck with a lifetime prison sentence!

More than 4 million people signed the petition that calls the 110-year prison sentence of a 26-year-old truck driver from Colorado reduced.

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ABC7 reported that the truck driver, Rogel Aguilera Mederos, was sentenced to 110 years in prison. He crashed into traffic on a highway in Denver and caused a fiery 28-car pileup where four people died. The sentence came two months since he was found guilty of vehicular homicide and 23 charges.

The truck driver drove a semi-tractor trailer at 85mph in April 2019, when the brakes failed. The arrest warrant stated that he tried to pull over so he wouldn’t crash into traffic, but another semi was pulled over there.

Aguilera-Mederos was convicted of other charges, “six counts of assault in the first degree — extreme indifference; 10 counts of attempt to commit assault in the first degree — extreme indifference; two counts of vehicular assault — reckless; one count of reckless driving; and four counts of careless driving causing death.”

Colorado Judicial Department spokesperson Rob McCallum shared that Aguilera-Mederos was the minimum time available to him on all counts, 110 years served consecutively.

“Offer commutation as time served, or grant clemency to Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos, 23” Was the name of the petition, and it has guaranteed over 4 million signatures.

“I made this petition because I am a native to Colorado, who believes this man is NOT a criminal and this was purely an accident,” she wrote in an update last week. “I’m not related to Rogel or any of his family; I simply believe that he doesn’t deserve his sentence or these charges.”

“The issue with this appeal will not be the sentence itself. Under the law, the Court was not incorrect. However, as written, the law is barbaric and Draconian,” Colgan said. “There needs to be a change in the law.”

The petition said, “Rogel has said several times that he wishes he had the courage to crash and take his own life that day; this tragic accident wasn’t done with intent, it wasn’t a criminal act, it was an accident.”

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