Facing the Drunk Driver That Killed Our Loved Ones

Today was an especially hard day for all of us.  Brysen Wills, the man that chose to drive drunk the night of November 2, 2016 which consequently killed Clenton Hall, Katey Pasqualini, Kim Radtke and Patrick Wasielewski was deemed not competent to stand trial yet by Judge Nicholas McNamara. The criminal case against him is suspended for now.

It’s not over though. He will be given mental evaluations every six months to assess whether he’s regained competency.  We have faith that justice will be served and he one day will have to suffer the consequences of his actions that took the lives of four successful young individuals.

The pain of having to be in the same courtroom with this monster is unimaginable. The self-control you need to have to stop yourself from running over to him and inflicting pain on him is unbearable, at least for me.  He was competent the night he chose to drive drunk, shouldn’t that matter?  These offenders are given more rights than the victims.

All I want to say is, “Please Think Before You Drink.” The actions of one can change the lives of many.

Caralee (Hall) Butzine


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