Was Mackenzie Shirilla Reckless Driving’ A Murder?

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Authorities said that an Ohio lady intentionally slammed her car into a brick wall at 100 mph, killing her boyfriend and a friend. She was found guilty of murder and given a 15-year to life sentence.

Dominic Russo, Shirilla’s boyfriend, and Davion Flanagan, 19, perished in the collision. According to Tim Troup of the Cuyahoga County prosecutor’s office, the defendant and Russo had a troubled relationship that she intended to stop “and she took everybody that was in the car with her.”

Judge Nancy Margaret Russo of the Common Pleas Court described her actions last week as “controlled, methodical, deliberate, intentional, and purposeful.”

“This wasn’t driving carelessly. This was murder, according to Russo.

Was Mackenzie Shirilla Reckless Driving’ A Murder?

Mackenzie Shirilla, now 19, who was 17 at the time of the Strongsville, Ohio, crash in July 2022, was found guilty of four counts each of murder and felonious assault, as well as aggravated vehicular homicide and other offences, last week.

The jury concluded that her driving was reckless and needed to be reprimanded for her actions.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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