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Boba Rhett
03-07-2002, 06:23 PM
I still can't believe what this heartless ***** did. I hope she rots in jail for the rest of her pathetic life. :mad:

As always, I've highlighted the infuriating parts. I suggest that you read all of it though.



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Man Lives 2 Days Stuck In Windshield

Hit-And-Run Victim Eventually Dies In Driver's Garage


FORT WORTH, Texas -- A man who was the victim of a hit-and-run lived at least two days trapped in the driver's broken windshield before dying in the driver's garage in Fort Worth, Texas, police said.

"I'm going to have to come up with a new word. Indifferent isn't enough. Cruel isn't enough to say. Heartless? Inhumane? Maybe we've just redefined inhumanity here," a prosecutor in Fort Worth told Fort Worth Star-Telegram about the October 2001 incident.

Police arrested a 25-year-old woman Wednesday -- a nurse's aide -- on murder charges in the man's hit-and-run death, according to the Telegram.

Police told the Telegram that Gregory Biggs spent at least two days trapped in the broken windshield of the car that hit him. They said the woman who was driving the car, Chante Mallard, drove it home and kept it in the garage -- and heard Biggs begging for help before he finally died of blood loss and shock.

According to a police statement, Mallard panicked, and with the man still lodged in the windshield, she drove a few miles to her home, parked in her garage, and ignored his pleas for help until he died. His body was later dumped in a park.

The mother of the homeless man, Meredith Biggs, said she wonders how the woman could have let him die the way he did.

Police said Mallard told them she had been drinking and was on drugs at the time she struck the man, and that she panicked.

But Meredith Biggs told the newspaper that she wants to know why the woman didn't call for help after the drugs wore off.

Mallard told police she occasionally went into the garage, apologizing to the victim. The impact had hurled him headfirst through the windshield, his broken legs sticking out onto the hood.

Mallard's attorney said police are overreaching in charging her with murder. :rolleyes:

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Now that gives me a headache.

Tie Guy
03-07-2002, 06:54 PM
i hate stupid people....and people who do drugs. She must have been REALLY high or stupid or both to do such a thing and not realize what she was doing.

Sherack Nhar
03-07-2002, 06:59 PM
That's wicked. Overreacting? I don't think so...

Darth_Rommel
03-07-2002, 08:30 PM
What a cruel, cruel person... :(

The life sentence is is to mild a punishment, methinks... :rolleyes:

Kylilin
03-07-2002, 09:10 PM
well, she'll have fun when she goes to hell...

Zygomaticus
03-07-2002, 09:44 PM
my sister was once hit by a hit and run, and was injured real bad, but shes ok now.

i hate hit and runners, they are worse than people who murder face to face.

Darth Homer
03-08-2002, 12:13 AM
OK, if ever someone deserved a flogging, it's this woman!! :evil6:

What REALLY gets me is her attorney thinks she's being punished too harshly!! I mean she left him to die and only went out to"appologize"?? Arrrrgh, gotta get off this thread before I burst a blood vessel.:mad:

to woman: :lightning

Natopo
03-08-2002, 02:30 AM
Down with her! But, how disgusting can that be? Living half dead in a broken car window! How could anyone do such a thing!? I wonder if she had been working for the terrorists... j/k.

Rogue15
03-08-2002, 08:55 AM
I wish everyone found abusing drugs would be shot on site. Or something like that. That'd discourage people from abusing them...

Gaming Nut
03-08-2002, 09:28 AM
90% of people only hurt themselves and the one's that hurt others while on them usally weren't great people off them. Also drug are SO addictive many would risk death to get them.

I hread about this yesterday she a real great person isn't see she.

captain_drake
03-08-2002, 09:56 AM
YEP what a Bit**
my granddad who watched this turend to me and said
"by god my cattle have got more sense then her"

Sithcloak
03-08-2002, 10:14 AM
That just shows what drugs can do. I really don't know what she was thinking, if she was thinking at all, that is. How could someone be so cruel?

Sithcloak

GUNNER
03-09-2002, 02:54 AM
Are you telling me this biatch drove home with his head and torso inside that car looking at her and she did nothing. No freaking way..

It looks like her attorney should get the neddle also just for being stupid enough to try and get her off.:mad:

Boba Rhett
03-09-2002, 03:12 AM
UPDATE: Even more infuriating news about it.

Bold stuff id the important stuff.


A woman accused of hitting a homeless man with her car, driving home with him lodged in her broken windshield and ignoring his pleas as he bled to death in her garage, is not the monster being portrayed by prosecutors, her attorney says.

Police say Chante J. Mallard, 25, waited two days for the man to die, ignoring his pleas for help, and then dumped his body in a park with the help of friends.

Mallard was arrested Wednesday night and was released after posting bail. She faces five years to life in prison if convicted.

"She is not the monster that police and prosecutors are making her out to be," said Mike Heiskell, Mallard's attorney. "She was simply a frightened, emotionally distraught young woman who had an accident, panicked and made a wrong choice."

Heiskell said his client is guilty only of failing to stop and render aid -- not murder.

He said the victim, Gregory Biggs, died a few hours after Mallard drove home and was in her garage no more than 24 hours. He said her friends advised her not to call for help and suggested dumping the body.

Biggs, whose body was found in a park on October 27, suffered cuts and broken legs but had no internal injuries that would have caused his death, according to the medical examiner's office.

"There's a pretty good possibility he'd be alive if he'd gotten help, but she concealed the body in the garage ... so that's why she's charged with murder," said Fort Worth police Lt. David Burgess.

When Biggs' body was found, authorities suspected he had been hit by a car, but they had no leads until a tipster came forward last week.

Biggs, 37, had struggled with mental illness and had been staying at a homeless shelter, where workers said he often brought them flowers. He was estranged from his mother and sister. He also had a 19-year-old son who only recently found out about the tragic death, relatives said.

The son, Brandon Biggs, has questions for Mallard, but he says he isn't angry.

"I pray for her, actually," the high school senior told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram in Friday's editions.

"I'd just like to talk to her -- just ask questions and see why, to get a better understanding I suppose," he said.

Police reported finding Biggs' blood and hair on Mallard's car, still in her garage more than four months after the crash. The windshield and front seats had been removed.

The tipster told police that Mallard said she was drinking and taking the drug Ecstasy one night in October when her car hit the man along a Fort Worth highway near her house.

The tipster said Mallard drove home, had sex with her boyfriend, then went back to the garage to find Biggs still alive, according to the arrest warrant affidavit.

Mallard later told investigators she apologized to the victim when she returned to the garage several times, but she never called for help as he moaned and pleaded with her, according to the affidavit.

"We intend to prosecute this fully," said Richard Alpert, a Tarrant County assistant district attorney.

Mallard told investigators she removed the car seats and burned them because she was afraid of being caught and going to jail, according to the affidavit. She planned to burn the car and buy another one after receiving her income tax refund, according to the affidavit.

Charges may be filed against the friends who helped dump Biggs' body, Burgess said.

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I hope she has a barrel of SPF 1 billion. Cuz she's gonna be toasting.

Crazy_dog no.3
03-09-2002, 03:36 AM
The f***ing b****.:mad:

Clefo
03-09-2002, 09:35 AM
Things we can learn from this:

1. Booze and Eccstasy dosen't mix
2. Hell Booze and anything dosen't mix
3. Defense Lawyers are scum
4. The US is filled with stupid people

JEDI_MASTA
03-09-2002, 03:11 PM
where is the stupid insanity defense!!!!!!!!!! this woman obviously didnt know what she was doing...lets just put her back out on the streats[extreme sarcasm]

Clefo
03-09-2002, 03:55 PM
Another thought on this: Too bad we don't do "An Eye for an Eye" if you get my drift

Artoo
03-11-2002, 12:04 AM
I feel sorry for all those people involved. Cause it's these kind of things that make me fell manic depressive. I feel sorry for the guy who got hit cause he's dead. I feel sorry for the girl because she felt it necesarry to go out and do drugs which caused her to murder someone. I feel sorry for the defense lawyer for having to defend such a bad case. And I feel sorry for the entire town for having to listen to that on the news foreever. Dangit I'm depressed now. Stupid world.

GUNNER
03-11-2002, 09:25 PM
A double tap to the head of this woman would be a waste of two good bullets. A canvas bag and some concrete and a deep lake would better suit her.

Redwing
03-12-2002, 01:27 AM
oh

my

god.

That is horrible. I don't give a **** what she was on, something like this should never happen. :mad:

I'd better leave before I say certain other things that are on my mind.

[Edited for swearing that slipped through the censor :rolleyes:]

darthfergie
03-12-2002, 08:51 PM
I hearby find you guilty of stupidity!!!

How idiotic can you get? Also, what kind of friends does she have? "Okay We'll help you drag this bum's body to the park as long as you clean up the blood in your car, cause that is sick" (hypothetical answer)

Kylilin
03-14-2002, 12:02 AM
I heard that the only reason she got caught was that she got wrecked at some party and started bragging, and someone at the party ratted her out...