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Thursday, May 18, 2017


HILLSBORO, OR (The Oregonian) – The Oregon Court of Appeals has reversed the conviction of a young woman who killed two girls in 2013 when she ran over them while they were playing in a leaf pile in Forest Grove.

There was insufficient evidence to establish beyond a reasonable doubt that Cinthya Garcia-Cisneros knew or had reason to know she injured stepsisters Anna Dieter-Eckerdt, 6, and Abigail Robinson, 11, according to the ruling Wednesday.

Authorities said the girls were likely lying in a large mound of leaves on the street in October 2013 and not visible to Garcia-Cisneros when her SUV passed through about a block away from her home.

The Appeals Court said Oregon law doesn’t require a driver to return to the scene of an accident after leaving and later learning that someone else was injured or killed.



Jetpack Joyride 2 said...

thanks admin

Anonymous said...

Run over and kill my kids, she would be taking a dirt nap instead of dreaming!

Anonymous said...

I remember my driver's ed instructor in high school telling us not to drive through piles of leaves next to the street gutter, saying that you never know what's under them.

Anonymous said...

Too bad Comey wasn't her lawyer, he'd argue she didn't have intent.

This woman should get the death penalty. No deportation needed.

Anonymous said...

Sanctuary cities will take her................