What for? Only one guy was driving, and he was arrested.
The driver is responsible for not pulling over, not the passengers.
It is true, you cannot begin to make this type stuff up. Here is the rev. speeding away from that wacko and gets stopped going at 110 in a 65. Wow that is just what the dr. ordered. Nothing you make up could be any funnier than that. This is great.
"The driver is responsible for not pulling over, not the passengers."
Most drivers would pull over when being chased by police, knowing they'd be subject to arrest and severe penalties for fleeing. But I believe those making comments here surmise (as do I) that Sharpton was probably ordering the guy to floor it so he wouldn't miss his plane.
If I'm wrong, then why didn't Sharpton DEMAND that the guy stop if the police were in pursuit of the vehicle?
The driver was an employee of the Rev's and unless he was kidnapping him, he was following his instructions. But somehow I don't think you want to get it, do you? :o)
The driver is an employee of Rev. Sharpton. He was obeying the requirements of his employer. A murder for hire finds the contractor and the contractee equally guilty. The good Rev. does not obey the laws when it is inconvenient.
True but he was obvously taking orders from someone in the car.
Well, that's not exactly true..the Right Rev should have ordered the driver to stop immediately.
I would like to have been inside that limo and heard the conversation.