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Residents where Kyle Busch sped outraged

Posted on: May 26, 2011 10:19 am
Edited on: May 26, 2011 10:28 am
 
Posted by Brian De Los Santos

On Tuesay, Kyle Busch was cited for speeding 128 mph in a 45 mph. It's a rather hilly and windy road and local residents aren't the least bit happy that Busch was able to drive away with a citation. Some felt he should have been arrested on the spot. Others are wondering whether he'll get his license revoked.

Here's the report from the NBC affiliate (WCNC) in Charlotte. Busch refused to comment any further about the incident.




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Since: Jan 1, 2007
Posted on: June 2, 2011 10:03 am
 

Residents where Kyle Busch sped outraged

Kyle didn't get a "break". He was given the correct citations for the laws of NC. Everyone who thinks he should have been jailed needs to learn not every state uses their rules, or needs to get their heads out of their asses. Like scruffy who finally went back into his troll hole and hid.



Since: Jun 15, 2008
Posted on: June 1, 2011 10:56 am
 

Residents where Kyle Busch sped outraged

LMAO!!!!!!!!!! Hmmmmmmmm DUMBA$$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Why am i a dumba$$ for saying whats true? You know dam well that any1 famous 99% of the time allways get a break thats just the way it is you don;t have to like it RAVENS98FEVER but life is to short and you need to get over it....This is life in our world like it or not The rich, powerful, and famous people get the breaks and the average joe like you and me don't......but then again i can't say that because i have gotten pulled over b4 and got a break maybe not as bg of one like Kyle Busch but hey like i said lifes to short.....So Raven relax take a pill smoke something to relax you your to uptigh......relax and come back to the real world.



Since: Sep 5, 2009
Posted on: May 31, 2011 10:27 pm
 

Residents where Kyle Busch sped outraged

Busch should have been treated like any average citizen who did this- he should have been jailed and had his license revoked until his court date.  This is a piss-poor example for a professional racer to set.

     And Cut the Bull....are you for real?  If so, you are a total DUMBA$$!



Since: Nov 3, 2010
Posted on: May 30, 2011 10:23 pm
 

Residents where Kyle Busch sped outraged

Pots and kettles, blah blah blah. You and Kyle B. need to start smoking some pot. It'll do you wonders. Aside from curtailing your Dostoevski length posts, it'll slow you down quite a bit too on the road. Do us all a favour and spark up a fatty.



Since: Jun 15, 2008
Posted on: May 30, 2011 10:13 pm
 

Residents where Kyle Busch sped outraged

LMAO....BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH......WHO CARES WHAT HAPPENED TO HIM AND WHAT HE DID OR DIDNT GET AWAY WITH.....THATS WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOUR FAMOUS YOU GET THESE BREAKS AND PERKS IF PPL DONT LIKE IT GO OUT AND BECOME FAMOUS AND MAYBE YOU WILL GET A BREAK TOO. AND WHEN SOME1 FAMOUS DON'T GET A BREAK IT'S ONLY BECAUSE THE COP PULLING THE PERSON OVER WANTS TO MAKE A NAME FOR HIM OR HERSELF. SOOOOOOO WITH THAT BEING SAID AND DONE PPL BECOME FAMOUS AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS TO YOU Cool



Since: Jan 1, 2007
Posted on: May 30, 2011 1:05 pm
 

Residents where Kyle Busch sped outraged

Again, to all of you who keep saying if you do this in so-and-so state, this happens. It didn't happen in your state; it happened in North Carolina. And the officer followed the law for North Carolina. It doesn't matter what Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Texas, Alaska, does. Who cares if he would have gotten his license suspended immediately in Pennsylvania. He wasn't in Pennsylvania. In NC if you speed, you get a ticket, and if you excessively speed, you also get one for wreckless driving. He wasn't speeding in a school zone. He wasn't drunk. He hadn't stolen a car. He didn't evade an officer. Now go back to obeying the law like you must do all the time.



Since: Nov 25, 2008
Posted on: May 30, 2011 12:55 pm
 

Residents where Kyle Busch sped outraged

jltexas...I remember on you other post you were saying how he should have just gotten a verbal warning since you got caught doing like 60 or some over the speed limit and tahts all you received.. You say you drive that road all the time. How often do you drive your car that fast on it? Do you fly over 100 mph on it. How bout if you answaer yest ath you do, I wanna see what they decide to do to you if the cops happen to pull you over. Will you tell them that you just deserve a verbal warning and that since you drive that road all the time you have the right to go that fast since Kyle Busch was caught goin gthat fast. I am willing to bet that they would probably at least suspend your license for a little bit. I know up here in Pennsylvania that if you get caught going 25 or more over the speed limit that they can suspend your license for 30 days. I hate to see what it is doing 80 over but in your onpinion people should be able to always drvie that fast if tehy are professionals.



Since: Sep 13, 2006
Posted on: May 28, 2011 8:57 pm
 

Residents where Kyle Busch sped outraged

At the risk of interrupting a nifty flame war with, you know, a comment actually pertinent to the article on Sportsline, the cop who alleges that the ticketing officer acted in accordance with the law appears to have some merit.  He's just speeding.  For it to be felony speeding, according to chapter 20 of the NC traffic code one has to meet 2 of the following criteria:

 Felony speeding to elude....

...unlawfully, willfully and feloniously did operate a motor vehicle on a highway while attempting to elude a law enforcement officer. At the time of the violation, (choose any TWO)

1. The defendant was speeding in excess of 15 mph over the legal speed limit

2. there was gross impairment (.14 or more)

3. the defendant was driving recklessly in violation of GS 20-140,

4. the defendant was driving negligently and caused an accident with property damage of 1000 or more, or personal injury

5. the defendant was driving while the defendants drivers license was revoked.

6. school zone speed limit violation

7. passed stopped school bus

8. defendant driving with passenger under 12 yrs of age in the vehicle.

As you can see, it's speeding to elude that makes it a felony.  Not every state is like that.  In Arizona, where I live, 20 over the posted limit or any speed above 85 can result in a charge of excessive speeding and net you 30 days as a guest of the state plus fine up to $500. 



Since: Aug 7, 2008
Posted on: May 28, 2011 6:45 pm
 

Residents where Kyle Busch sped outraged

I think the police are going to arrest him on the race track.



Since: Jan 1, 2007
Posted on: May 28, 2011 5:19 am
 

Residents where Kyle Busch sped outraged

Never said I liked criminals; problem is you don't know the law. He broke the law, simple as that. Just because you think this, or supposedly know something doesn't make you right. Just beacuse your ass would be in jail for speeding in Louisiana... wait, with the way you act, you would be telling the office how you weren't speeding and would end up in jail in every state. But living in the backwoods bayou might do that to you. Hope you kissed your sis... sorry, I mean wife good night yesterday.


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