September 7, 2013

Matthew Cordle - seemingly admitting guilt for a DUI that killed Vincent Canzani - Columbus, Ohio

Matthew Cordle, age 22, has stated in a viral video that he was to blame for the killing of Vincent Canzani, age 61, on June 22, 2013, in a car crash in Columbus, Ohio. 

Matthew Cordle
On June 22, 2013, Matthew was out on a Saturday night, going from bar to bar, partying and simply trying to have a good time. 

Matthew Cordle says in the video he made a mistake when he decided to drive his truck home after drinking really heavily and hit the other car, killing Vincent Canzani.  He has suffered from depression over this tragedy.
Vincent Canzani

Matthew says that he will take full responsibility for what he has done. He has supposedly manned up to that. 

We find this entire issue odd and disjointed.  You are as drunk as a lord and can hardly see, and then you crash into another car and you walk or stagger away from the accident scene unseen by others? Or you drive away blind drunk?  No one on the highway sees this accident or follows you? 

It is tragic that Vincent Canzani is dead, needlessly.  

One man has paid with his life for the errors of another. 

Vincent Canzani studied at Columbus College of Art and Design.  He served in the U.S. Navy as a Missile Technician in the Naval Submarine Service aboard the USS Lafayette SSBN from 1980 - 1986. Vincent worked most recently at The Tinder Box in Easton and previously at Pepsi Cola, NTW (Sears) and Buckeye Steel. He was a talented photographer. 

Vincent is survived by many loving friends and relatives including his daughters, Maria and Angela.
Pray that people
realize that you
can't drive drunk
or doped up

Pray that Vincent Canzani is in Heaven.  Pray that he is at peace and is with God. Amen. 

Vincent was killed by one drunk or doped up driver or another. 

Pray that people realize that you can't be drunk or doped up and still drive a car.  Cars are 4,000 pounds of violence.  You can't be pissed out of your mind and drive one.  

God help us.  God save us from the drunk and doped up drivers. They are killing us, Father.  Amen. 

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