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Should the driver who intentionally hit dozens of pedestrians on the Las Vegas Strip be sentenced to life in prison?

  • Yes, the driver who hit dozens of pedestrians should receive life in prison.

    Driving down multiple groups of people is an act of terrorism. People will be more cautious and perhaps more afraid when visiting open areas in the future because of this one incident. If this woman is found to be mentally competent to stand trial, she should serve a maximum sentence for instituting this form of fear tactic.

  • Intentionally running people over is not something to be overlooked.

    Any one individual that has the mental capacity to intentionally hit even one pedestrian should be held accountable for his/her actions. Furthermore, any one individual that has the mental capacity and capability to intentionally follow through with hitting multiple pedestrians with his/her car should be held accountable for the harm caused on each individual pedestrian.

  • Should she be convicted the driver who intentionally hit dozens of pedestrians on the Vegsa Strip should be sentenced to life.

    Without doubt should she be convicted the driver who intentionally hit pedestrians on the Las Vegas Strip should be sentenced to life in prison for her crime. The act was intentional and brutal in that the majority of the victims were young children. The fact that she had her own 3-year old in the car only adds to the horror.

  • Yes, the driver who intentionally hit dozens on pedestrians in Las Vegas should be sentenced to life in prison.

    The driver who intentionally hit dozens of pedestrians on the Las Vegas Strip deserves to be sentenced to life in prison. It was an intentional act, and he caused injury and worry to many people. Despite whether the driver killed anyone or not, or just injured people, such a heinous act deserves life in prison, especially without the driver showing any remorse.

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