Councilman’s road rage

Why wasn’t this out-of-control cyclist charged with road rage and/or using his influence as a Councilman to harass and intimidate? If another citizen had behaved as he did, rest assured there would have been some law enforcement repercussion. At the least, Grady needs counseling to curb his hot-headed and outrageous response to a school bus driver.

Why wasn’t this out-of-control cyclist charged with road rage and/or using his influence as a Councilman to harass and intimidate? If another citizen had behaved as he did, rest assured there would have been some law enforcement repercussion. At the least, Grady needs counseling to curb his hot-headed and outrageous response to a school bus driver.

Jean Majury

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