yet another reason not to drink and drive

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Police: Drunken man drives home after passenger decapitated

MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) A drunken driver ran off the road and sideswiped a telephone-pole support wire, decapitating his best friend, who was hanging out the passenger window, police say.
John Kemper Hutcherson, 21, then drove 12 miles back to his suburban Atlanta home early Sunday and went to sleep in his bloody clothes, leaving the headless body in the truck, police said. . .

Officers said Hutcherson appeared remorseful after they found him sleeping inside his home Sunday morning, covered in blood and visibly drunk.

Hutcherson was jailed in 2001 on a number of traffic charges, including driving under the influence. He pleaded guilty to underage possession, and the other charges were dismissed.

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The story of how John Kemper Hutcherson (pictured in court) became accused of driving drunk and decapitating his lifelong friend Francis "Frankie" Brohm is the most widely-reported DUI story in months. I have decided to compile a set of links to variou... Read More

The story of how John Kemper Hutcherson became accused of driving drunk and decapitating his lifelong friend Francis "Frankie" Brohm is the most widely-reported DUI story in months. I have decided to compile a blogroll of sites that have carried the st... Read More

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Och. Thanks for nearly making me sick.

:)

sorry, jamie. thanks for stopping by though. hopefully my next posting won't be about lust or decapitated people. . .but then, what will i write about?

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