Skip to comments.Special Report: RMV putting drivers deemed 'immediate threats' back behind the wheel
Posted on 08/26/2013 7:10:45 AM PDT by massmike
Two Bay State motorists deemed immediate threats to public safety after being involved in crashes that killed two kids and a T bus driver caught playing chicken in her rig are all back on the road because of lax registry rules, a Herald review found.
The survey of terrible motorists comes weeks after another reckless driver had been cleared to get his license back when authorities say he tore through Chatham near an ice cream parlor, killing one and maiming others.
The RMV revoked 1,409 licenses last year from drivers deemed immediate threats by police, but the agency does not track how many drivers whose licenses were revoked apply to get them back or are cleared to drive again. The RMV told the Herald it examines each immediate threat driver on a case-by-case basis, leaving it up to the discretion of a hearing
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Look in the boat in the back yard.
Massachusetts fails to fully follow up on murders and rapes,
or fully alert the public.
They coverup falsified Dookhan-level “evidence” and the
absolute failure of Deval Patrick.
They have not cared, so why exactly is this a surprise?
Cue the “West Side Story” music (”Everything free in America”)