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2012-07-30 11:31:29 PM

saturn badger: Here is a radio interview with her.


"were you arrested for DWI?"
"yes, but it was from when I was drinking a few hours before then"
oh, ok, a couple hours, plenty of time to sober up
 
2012-07-30 11:41:21 PM

december: [img299.imageshack.us image 370x373]

/penis


My favorite Fark thread of all time. Glad to see I'm not the only one who thought of that when reading this.
 
2012-07-30 11:53:02 PM

saturn badger: Here is a radio interview with her.


note to white trash: after you kill someone with your car, do not go on the radio!

I love when they ask her if she lawyer'd up. LOL
 
2012-07-30 11:58:21 PM
Don't be so sure that she'll be brought up on DWI charges for killing the woman.

Something similar happend with Donte Stallworth (now yes, he has lots of money and is/was an NFL star for a time).

He was driving impaired when a man stepped out in front of his car and he couldn't avoid him. The judge basically said that there was no way, even sober that Donte could have avoided him due to the proximity of where the guy walked in front of his car.

Same thing will most likely happen here. If it shows she had no way to avoid the biker who was HIT into the road by the guy on the motorcycle...sober or not... then she will just get charged with DWI.
 
2012-07-31 12:00:38 AM

ElizaDoolittle: Hop-Frog also provided a Link to her FB page.


I love that this tard thinks that she DXd (killed??) her facebook page. Um silly tard, your pictures are still available.
LOL

two kids, no custody? do you know how bad you have to be to have your children taken from you? MEH, she probably just gave them up. Cramping her style.
 
2012-07-31 12:02:24 AM

JC22: Don't be so sure that she'll be brought up on DWI charges for killing the woman.

Something similar happend with Donte Stallworth (now yes, he has lots of money and is/was an NFL star for a time).

He was driving impaired when a man stepped out in front of his car and he couldn't avoid him. The judge basically said that there was no way, even sober that Donte could have avoided him due to the proximity of where the guy walked in front of his car.

Same thing will most likely happen here. If it shows she had no way to avoid the biker who was HIT into the road by the guy on the motorcycle...sober or not... then she will just get charged with DWI.


But in this case she was with the other guy who knocked her into the lane. If the two of them hadn't been being stupid together none of this would have happened.

Different cases, hopefully different results.
 
2012-07-31 12:08:50 AM

saturn badger: Here is a radio interview with her.


Amazing stuff. Thanks for the link.

I have absolutely no sympathy for the woman or the ex-boyfriend (who, according to her version of events, is the guilty party), but I'm pretty sure the lawyer she hasn't hired yet won't be happy with the fact she went on radio about this. I doubt the ex-boyfriend's lawyer won't be happy either.

The radio interviewers are excellent. They really get into her but hold back just enough that she doesn't hang up the phone.
 
2012-07-31 12:26:14 AM

Aussie_As: saturn badger: Here is a radio interview with her.

Amazing stuff. Thanks for the link.

I have absolutely no sympathy for the woman or the ex-boyfriend (who, according to her version of events, is the guilty party), but I'm pretty sure the lawyer she hasn't hired yet won't be happy with the fact she went on radio about this. I doubt the ex-boyfriend's lawyer won't be happy either.

The radio interviewers are excellent. They really get into her but hold back just enough that she doesn't hang up the phone.


she has no job, lives with a friend. where does she get drinking money or gas money from??
she has no money, so there is no way that she gets a lawyer. she doesnt think that she did anything wrong. MAYBE DUI. LOL. when she is finally charged, she will get a public defender who will laugh at her.

I would LOVE to be her lawyer. Honey, you should just go on the radio more. Everyone thinks that you are getting a bad deal!!!

/derp derp derp
 
2012-07-31 12:29:21 AM

JC22: Don't be so sure that she'll be brought up on DWI charges for killing the woman.

Something similar happend with Donte Stallworth (now yes, he has lots of money and is/was an NFL star for a time).

He was driving impaired when a man stepped out in front of his car and he couldn't avoid him. The judge basically said that there was no way, even sober that Donte could have avoided him due to the proximity of where the guy walked in front of his car.

Same thing will most likely happen here. If it shows she had no way to avoid the biker who was HIT into the road by the guy on the motorcycle...sober or not... then she will just get charged with DWI.


NAH - she is screwed. If you are impaired while driving, reckless driving and your actions lead to the death of a person ...
55? not a chance in hell that she was doing the speed limit. will be fun to watch the follow-ups
 
2012-07-31 12:30:47 AM

ElizaDoolittle: Hop-Frog also provided a Link to her FB page. She certainly liked to party. She's 23; some of the pics are from '08 and '09.

Here's a screencap of her FB page. Poor quality, but you can read it.

For those who say she deleted her FB page, here's a Link to a MySpace page under the same name. If you're not convinced it's the same Megan by the pic, click on the friend called Shannon. Her full name is Shannon Abel, and she also comments on the FB screen cap above.


That pic of the girl with the glasses is not the same Megan Merkel. If you find the Facebook profile of the Shannon from the MySpace page, she's got the Megan of interest listed as a friend, whose page is obviously our darling lady.

(Hmm, I tried posting a link to the FB page, but Fark is tossing it as unfetchable. Not sure why.)
 
2012-07-31 12:44:02 AM
Are New Yorkers the only ones who bicker about whether they're upstate or downstate (or not wanting to be called "upstate" or "downstate")?

The only other state that comes to mind with an upstate and downstate is South Carolina, but I never hear people getting territorial about it.

This woman has made a large number of poor decisions, and I don't think that will stop anytime soon.
 
2012-07-31 12:44:42 AM

Pontious Pilates: december: [img299.imageshack.us image 370x373]

/penis

Oh, wow. Thank you for referencing that thread. It was legendary. What the hell ever happened to J-Bonez anyway???


Sentenced to 7 to 14 years

Interested to see what happens to this f*cker next. At least his victim is recovering well.
 
2012-07-31 12:46:20 AM

JC22: Don't be so sure that she'll be brought up on DWI charges for killing the woman.

Something similar happend with Donte Stallworth (now yes, he has lots of money and is/was an NFL star for a time).

He was driving impaired when a man stepped out in front of his car and he couldn't avoid him. The judge basically said that there was no way, even sober that Donte could have avoided him due to the proximity of where the guy walked in front of his car.

Same thing will most likely happen here. If it shows she had no way to avoid the biker who was HIT into the road by the guy on the motorcycle...sober or not... then she will just get charged with DWI.


If you can't keep from hitting the cyclist who's at a complete stop, how likely is it that you would have avoided the cyclist who was going 30mph slower than you?
 
2012-07-31 12:58:36 AM

HiFiGuy: Are New Yorkers the only ones who bicker about whether they're upstate or downstate (or not wanting to be called "upstate" or "downstate")?


Well Illinois there are the losers from downstate. the capital is far away and completely out of touch with the needs of a big city like Chicago. Pretty much an identical situation as NYC.

Most major cities would be better served if they were separate from the states, similar to how south korea is governed.

Downstate is red, the cities are blue. blah blah blah
 
2012-07-31 01:09:20 AM
penis?
 
2012-07-31 01:10:15 AM

Shrapnel: ElizaDoolittle: That pic of the girl with the glasses is not the same Megan Merkel. If you find the Facebook profile of the Shannon from the MySpace page, she's got the Megan of interest listed as a friend, whose page is obviously our darling lady.

(Hmm, I tried posting a link to the FB page, but Fark is tossing it as unfetchable. Not sure why.)


I think it is a fact that the Megan Merkel at issue here posted to her FB page the rant that caused all this. As you can clearly see on the left, one Shannon Abel was replying to her. My pic of MM came from that FB page.

What are the odds that there are two Megan Merkels who are both 23 and both have two kids and a friend named Shannon Abel? And a propensity on the Merkel part to post lots of partying pics?

Let me increase the odds: If you google Megan Merkel New York, you get two results that certainly look like the same person. She is listed at 2 addresses in East Rochester, which is close to where the accident occurred. That's it, in the whole state.

Isn't it conceivable that the first picture posted was of the wrong person? I think it came from the Daily Fail.
 
2012-07-31 01:46:58 AM

HiFiGuy: Are New Yorkers the only ones who bicker about whether they're upstate or downstate (or not wanting to be called "upstate" or "downstate")?

The only other state that comes to mind with an upstate and downstate is South Carolina, but I never hear people getting territorial about it.


There's a HUGE difference in culture, affluence, society, etc between NYC and the rest of the state. I live near the PA/NY border and we've got our fair share of conservative redneck culture around here. Plus one of the biggest industries in the state is dairy farming (and corn and apples), as well as lots of other kinds of farming. But whenever we travel out of the immediate area around the state (so PA, VT, etc), people hear NY and think NYC which is a whole different kettle of fish. It gets pretty annoying. I've been to NYC once, but I know lots of people who have never been there and don't really care.

It's like assuming all people from FL are from Miami, or all people from Nevada are from Vegas - just think how annoying it would be to have that hanging over you when you live 300 miles away...
 
2012-07-31 02:03:13 AM

ElizaDoolittle: I think it is a fact that the Megan Merkel at issue here posted to her FB page the rant that caused all this. As you can clearly see on the left, one Shannon Abel was replying to her. My pic of MM came from that FB page.


If I'm confusing the links you're putting up, I apologize, but the photo you posted (of the girl in glasses holding two brandy snifters) is a different, unrelated Megan Merkel. The one who should DIAF has a FB page at facebook.com/megan(dot)merkel and the one whose picture I'm mentioning is at facebook.com/megan(dot)merkel(dot)505. (I'm paraphrasing the addresses because I don't feel like arguing with Fark about syntax.)

I'm just pointing this out because I'd hate to see some random person get mixed in for having the same name of a POS.
 
2012-07-31 02:06:23 AM
And here are some pictures of her enjoying a spliff and a hooka.

She better hope the state decides that even though she was drunk, that she couldn't have avoided hitting the teacher and therefore don't charge her with manslaughter. But after her Facebook rant, her appearance on the radio show and her Facebook pictures, they might just decide to charge her just to make an example out of her.
 
2012-07-31 02:22:13 AM

namatad: JC22: Don't be so sure that she'll be brought up on DWI charges for killing the woman.

Something similar happend with Donte Stallworth (now yes, he has lots of money and is/was an NFL star for a time).

He was driving impaired when a man stepped out in front of his car and he couldn't avoid him. The judge basically said that there was no way, even sober that Donte could have avoided him due to the proximity of where the guy walked in front of his car.

Same thing will most likely happen here. If it shows she had no way to avoid the biker who was HIT into the road by the guy on the motorcycle...sober or not... then she will just get charged with DWI.

NAH - she is screwed. If you are impaired while driving, reckless driving and your actions lead to the death of a person ...
55? not a chance in hell that she was doing the speed limit. will be fun to watch the follow-ups


I'll stand to be corrected, but as I understand the law where I live, if you're DUI and you're involved in any form of accident, you're at fault pretty much irrespective of the circumstances. The logic behind this is that you should not have been on the road at all until you were no longer under the influence. So if the same circumstances that occurred in this case occurred in South Australia, she'd be causing death by dangerous driving as well as DUI. But that's here, and not there from the sounds of it.
 
2012-07-31 02:29:29 AM

gilgigamesh: Classlessness aside, Facebook has got to be the greatest boon to prosecutors -- or conversely the greatest headache for defense lawyers -- in the history of ever.


If you're not going to do a crime, don't post about it on facebook. Even if you think you MIGHT POSSIBLY do a crime, don't post about it on facebook. If you DO do a crime, DON'T post about it on facebook. If you've been arrested for a crime you know you committed, DON'T POST ABOUT IT ON FACEBOOK.

Seriously, just don't post about any crimes on facebook. It's just bad juju.
 
2012-07-31 03:17:52 AM

doglover: gilgigamesh: Classlessness aside, Facebook has got to be the greatest boon to prosecutors -- or conversely the greatest headache for defense lawyers -- in the history of ever.

If you're not going to do a crime, don't post about it on facebook. Even if you think you MIGHT POSSIBLY do a crime, don't post about it on facebook. If you DO do a crime, DON'T post about it on facebook. If you've been arrested for a crime you know you committed, DON'T POST ABOUT IT ON FACEBOOK.

Seriously, just don't post about any crimes on facebook. It's just bad juju.


It surprises me that even after people lawyer up that they still have their Facebook profiles up. I would think in this day and age when you hire a lawyer for a criminal case one of the first things a lawyer will do is to either tell you to delete your Facebook page or make you give him your info and do it themselves. But I do imagine that there are some people who's self image is so tied into Facebook that even if it means hurting them in a trial, they still wont give it up.
 
2012-07-31 03:32:38 AM

ongbok: It surprises me that even after people lawyer up that they still have their Facebook profiles up. I would think in this day and age when you hire a lawyer for a criminal case one of the first things a lawyer will do is to either tell you to delete your Facebook page or make you give him your info and do it themselves. But I do imagine that there are some people who's self image is so tied into Facebook that even if it means hurting them in a trial, they still wont give it up.


stupid question - would that be considered destruction of evidence? Assuming you don't know that Facebook doesn't actually "delete" anything and will hand all your stuff over to the court on demand.
 
2012-07-31 04:08:35 AM

doglover: If you're not going to do a crime, don't post about it on facebook. Even if you think you MIGHT POSSIBLY do a crime, don't post about it on facebook. If you DO do a crime, DON'T post about it on facebook. If you've been arrested for a crime you know you committed, DON'T POST ABOUT IT ON FACEBOOK.


But if I don't post it on Facebook, all my 281 friends won't know what a badass/coolass I am!
 
2012-07-31 05:00:09 AM

bugontherug: MAYORBOB: justtray: They're both going to prison for a very long time...

He recently got paroled hit the woman and fled the scene so he's headed back to the big house. She's a DUI who caused the death of another person and shows no remorse at all (at the least, STFU and off of Facebook) so I'm thinking she's going to do some time.

Actually, she denies fault, but does seem to express remorse.. "U think I dont feel bad? fark u cuz u dont know."


In the eyes of the law, if you deny fault you're not remorseful for your actions.
 
2012-07-31 05:10:48 AM

evil saltine: Assuming you don't know that Facebook doesn't actually "delete" anything and will hand all your stuff over to the court on demand.


To the court, not the newspaper. It doesn't matter if the court knows every single bug you've ever stepped on, it might not come up. But the instant the media gets a crack in the ice, they'll sink your ship before it's even had a chance to sail a meter out of port.

Imagine for a minute if Casey Anthony really is innocent. Imagine her life now. She's been raped by the media. It's over. And either way the cookie crumbles her kid's gettin' no justice. The media farked that up, too.

Basically, the for profit media are the enemy. Of you, of me, of justice, of all that's right in the world. Don't give them any mud to sling or any muck to rake.
 
2012-07-31 05:14:27 AM

doglover: gilgigamesh: Classlessness aside, Facebook has got to be the greatest boon to prosecutors -- or conversely the greatest headache for defense lawyers -- in the history of ever.

If you're not going to do a crime, don't post about it on facebook. Even if you think you MIGHT POSSIBLY do a crime, don't post about it on facebook. If you DO do a crime, DON'T post about it on facebook. If you've been arrested for a crime you know you committed, DON'T POST ABOUT IT ON FACEBOOK.

Seriously, just don't post about any crimes on facebook. It's just bad juju.



Don't tell people that, I actually prefer that people who commit crimes do get caught, and it's even better when it then gets posted on fark for us all to point and laugh at.
 
2012-07-31 05:18:16 AM

mjjt: Miaow is back yet again??

Obviously her planet only orbits close enough to Earth every 6 months

My love is alien, I picked her up by chance
She speaks to me, with ultra-high frequencies
Radio band of gold
Gonna listen til I grow old

Oo hoo hoo
what more can a poor boy do? Oo hoo hoo
what more can a poor boy do? Oo hoo hoo hoo

The crackle of the radio
A message in the evening sky
You're looking at an interplanetary Romeo
I'll never see her face
between us there's too much space

Link


My goodness, that's a blast from my music past - what a band to see live!
/ oh and this woman is beyond scum.
 
2012-07-31 08:59:10 AM

sethstorm: Liliac_Hill: [derp]

Thanks for showing your derpiness.

/PLONK


Jesus Christ.

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Liliac_Hill: Ceiling Moran: halfof33: sethstorm: Liliac_Hill: [derp]

Thanks for showing your derpiness.

/PLONK

did you put her on ignore because she plugged the place taking donations for the woman these idiots killed?

That's what it looked like to me. What the hell?

Not really sure what I did, but I won't lose any sleep over it.

PLONK


PLONK
 
2012-07-31 09:18:17 AM
Has anyone mentioned that she might be damaging her defense by making FB posts and giving interviews to radio hosts?
 
2012-07-31 09:36:48 AM

Gyrfalcon: JustGetItRight: gilgigamesh: Classlessness aside, Facebook has got to be the greatest boon to prosecutors -- or conversely the greatest headache for defense lawyers -- in the history of ever.

I work for a prosecuting agency. Grabbing facebook posts is pretty much a weekly or more activity.

People are total idiots. Just as a recent example, don't post pictures of your tickets and actual photos of you and your buds at an event if you're going to tell the cops you were a couple hundred miles away at the time.

It doesn't end well for you.

If people weren't stupid, you'd be out of work.


That is pure truth that I don't deny for one second.

lumiere: JustGetItRight: gilgigamesh: Classlessness aside, Facebook has got to be the greatest boon to prosecutors -- or conversely the greatest headache for defense lawyers -- in the history of ever.

I work for a prosecuting agency. Grabbing facebook posts is pretty much a weekly or more activity.

People are total idiots. Just as a recent example, don't post pictures of your tickets and actual photos of you and your buds at an event if you're going to tell the cops you were a couple hundred miles away at the time.

It doesn't end well for you.

Out of curiosity, how do you go about getting Facebook posts from users who have set their profiles to private? I'd be curious to know how you can extract information from those who are careful about what they post and who has visibility to their posts. Surely there must be a way, or do you legally need to request permission of some sort to defy any privacy filters that may have been put into place?


Depends. It is usually quite easy. If all else fails, the prosecutor can subpoena the information but it usually doesn't come to that. You'd be surprised at the number of people that don't have their profiles set to private. There are also quite a few that will friend anybody that sends them a request. Then there's the old adage that your friends aren't really your friends. If you've got one friend then your profile isn't private. As this lady's post shows, someone will rat you out. That's what happened in the incident I mentioned. One of the perp's friend simply said 'use my account and get what you need'. My personal favorite was one where a search warrant was served and the agents seized machines. Long story short, drive was imaged and the image brought up live. Dumbass perp was posting away having never changed his password. As was noted earlier, a big part of my job exists because people are stupid.
 
2012-07-31 10:47:40 AM

JC22: Don't be so sure that she'll be brought up on DWI charges for killing the woman.

Something similar happend with Donte Stallworth (now yes, he has lots of money and is/was an NFL star for a time).

He was driving impaired when a man stepped out in front of his car and he couldn't avoid him. The judge basically said that there was no way, even sober that Donte could have avoided him due to the proximity of where the guy walked in front of his car.

Same thing will most likely happen here. If it shows she had no way to avoid the biker who was HIT into the road by the guy on the motorcycle...sober or not... then she will just get charged with DWI.


Wow, you couldn't have messed that up much more.

No judge said he could avoid the incident even if sober. Stallworth was charged with and pleaded guilty to what Florida calls DUI Manslaughter - a felony.

He got a month in the county jail and 8 years probation. He could have got 15 years, but the prosecution cut him a plea deal based on the wishes of the victim's family.

He also settled with the victim's family (after he got out of jail) for an undisclosed amount. You can be certain it was a very large amount.
 
2012-07-31 12:32:43 PM

Rex_Banner: Well you're in luck. In the comments section of the article from the local newspaper, someone posted a screen shot of the Facebook page. You can see some of the comments. She clarifies her "get the real facts straight" part by adding "She got hit by the bike and went on front of the car I was driving, she got ran over and uk the rest". Other than that, it's mostly people saying that they hope she is ok - one of them is telling her to get sober.


Gotta wonder if she'd have the "blame the victim" attitude if she wore a cocktail skirt to a bad neighborhood and got raped.
 
2012-07-31 12:41:18 PM

my lip balm addiction: Seriously? I don;t understand you guys that like that retard Meow. I have had him/her/it blocked since I first read its nonsense and hate that so many of you quote that stupidity. There is nothing enjoyable about a MSTD posting.


There's several people here, that no matter what they post, people drool and spooge all over them as if they had just written the meaning of life... sheep need to follow, they can't help it...
 
2012-07-31 01:06:51 PM
I'd get drunk, hit it and flee the scene!
 
2012-07-31 01:48:28 PM
Well, now she at least says she feels bad.

Drunk or not, she had no driver's license. Her boyfriend has been charged with manslaughter so far and he didn't have a driver's license either. Looks like she may roll over on him, so sadly she probably won't be prosecuted, but you never know.
 
2012-07-31 01:53:13 PM
Nah, it does look like they are still compiling charges. Since they charged her with the DWI, yeah, she should get charged with manslaughter too. New York is too much of a pussy state to charge her with more than that.
 
2012-07-31 02:03:34 PM
Don't see the big deal they're making it over being 7:45am... When I worked 3rd shift, 8am to me was equivalent to 5pm to everyone else, beer time!
 
2012-07-31 02:39:20 PM

stonicus: my lip balm addiction: Seriously? I don;t understand you guys that like that retard Meow. I have had him/her/it blocked since I first read its nonsense and hate that so many of you quote that stupidity. There is nothing enjoyable about a MSTD posting.

There's several people here, that no matter what they post, people drool and spooge all over them as if they had just written the meaning of life... sheep need to follow, they can't help it...


And people need to put others down just to feel better about themselves.
 
2012-07-31 06:01:19 PM

Johnnyflash: Here's her friend Katelyn. I can't post the pic, but here's the link in case someone else can. Wowza!

http://a3.ec-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/118/b80ea2eb28384b289488e 8 59dc6f5aeb/l.jpg


a3.ec-images.myspacecdn.com
 
2012-07-31 06:48:22 PM
Benjimin_Dover: Johnnyflash: Here's her friend Katelyn. I can't post the pic, but here's the link in case someone else can. Wowza!

http://a3.ec-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/118/b80ea2eb28384b289488e 8 59dc6f5aeb/l.jpg

[a3.ec-images.myspacecdn.com image 338x405]


Thanks! We need to keep this thread alive. Someone above posted the fridge magnet app from J-Bonez' myspace page, that was freaking hilarious, I can't believe it's been 4 years. I bet the app on his page had more people messing with it than on anyone else's page, FB needs that app.
 
2012-08-02 06:46:42 PM

JustGetItRight: Gyrfalcon: JustGetItRight: gilgigamesh: Classlessness aside, Facebook has got to be the greatest boon to prosecutors -- or conversely the greatest headache for defense lawyers -- in the history of ever.

I work for a prosecuting agency. Grabbing facebook posts is pretty much a weekly or more activity.

People are total idiots. Just as a recent example, don't post pictures of your tickets and actual photos of you and your buds at an event if you're going to tell the cops you were a couple hundred miles away at the time.

It doesn't end well for you.

If people weren't stupid, you'd be out of work.

That is pure truth that I don't deny for one second.

lumiere: JustGetItRight: gilgigamesh: Classlessness aside, Facebook has got to be the greatest boon to prosecutors -- or conversely the greatest headache for defense lawyers -- in the history of ever.

I work for a prosecuting agency. Grabbing facebook posts is pretty much a weekly or more activity.

People are total idiots. Just as a recent example, don't post pictures of your tickets and actual photos of you and your buds at an event if you're going to tell the cops you were a couple hundred miles away at the time.

It doesn't end well for you.

Out of curiosity, how do you go about getting Facebook posts from users who have set their profiles to private? I'd be curious to know how you can extract information from those who are careful about what they post and who has visibility to their posts. Surely there must be a way, or do you legally need to request permission of some sort to defy any privacy filters that may have been put into place?

Depends. It is usually quite easy. If all else fails, the prosecutor can subpoena the information but it usually doesn't come to that. You'd be surprised at the number of people that don't have their profiles set to private. There are also quite a few that will friend anybody that sends them a request. Then there's the old adage that your friends aren't really your frien ...


Thanks much for the response!
 
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