Shane Ragland Seriously Injured In Crash

Shane Ragland, the man who killed UK football player Trent Diguiro back in 1994, was seriously injured in a crash in Louisville.

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sia08 - 3/14/2013 2:07 PM
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Kharma

ChelseaLouise - 2/3/2013 11:35 PM
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Hello hilhoo. I want you to get this guy so bad!!! Email me at kypalisader@aol.com and I will give you some people to contact that would be more than happy to help you out.

Stewart - 1/28/2013 4:38 AM
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What a kunt. Hope he dies. He gets away with murder. Now this. What a piece of sh it.

jbhjv - 1/18/2013 6:15 PM
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How long before he kills again,by purpose or accident? Wasnt he arrested for DUI in PA after murdering that kid?

hilhoo - 12/31/2012 9:30 PM
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Not true= he hit our car. He entered the I-64 east and we noticed he was driving very recklessly- fast and out of control. Next thing we saw was his airborn vehicle coming down on us. We waited for the police to talk with us and take our statement- and there were a couple of witnesses that agreed he hit our vehicle. The police never answered our questions about who the driver was or what his insurance company was. We live in N Carolina and have to hire our Attorney to fight this guy. He has 5 DUIs according to what we've read. How is it that he still drives? what is wrong with this picture? He will kill someone eventually- he almost killed us.
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