14 Oct 2005
Dwayne Goodrich, the Dallas Cowboys' top 2000 draft pick, will begin a 7.5-year prison sentence for crashing into and killing two people in 2003. Goodrich was driving more than 100 mph when he hit three people who had stopped to try to pull a man out of a burning vehicle. He was convicted in August 2003 and is just beginning his sentence now. Isn't justice supposed to be swift in this country?
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