19 thoughts on “Court Case Follow Up – Manhattan Beach Vehicular Manslaughter

  1. Amory Michelle Olivadoti Borgens was born on May 4, 1984 and was struck by a vehicle and unexpectedly taken from us on February 6, 2016. She was 31 years of age. She was raised in Manhattan Beach and spent almost all her life in the South Bay. Amory attended local schools including American Martyrs, Grand View, Manhattan Beach Intermediate and Mira Costa. She became a licensed Pharmacy Technician. Her work experience, however, also included the Los Angeles Marathon Organization, and CAN (Cure Autism Now). Music was always important to Amory. She learned to play the piano at a very young age and had a lovely voice. Although she enjoyed snowboarding, running was her preferred mode of exercise. As a youth, she enjoyed soccer, basketball and even played lacrosse on a school team. As a member of The Inglewood Show Team, she enjoyed doing drill along with her cousins. Amory liked to stay busy with projects including sewing, art, and cooking. Family always looked forward to the special dishes that she prepared for holiday celebrations. There was nothing that Amory treasured more than the love and support of her friends. The family appreciates the loyalty and care of so many through the years. Amory will be deeply missed by her parents, Frank and Elynor Olivadoti; her younger brother Vincent, and her three children, Dominick, Braelyn and Jonathan, whom she loved with all her heart. She was loved dearly by many aunts, uncles, and cousins and was preceded in death by her grandparents, Ernest and Myrtle Ruffo and Frank and Anna Olivadoti. All of us will hold Amory in our hearts forever. May you rest in peace, dear Aym.

  2. THAT IS BULLSHIT HE SHOULD OF DID TIME FOR VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER. HE MUST HAVE KNOWN SOMEONE OR PAID SOMEONE OFF TO GET OFF AND TO PAY $5446.00 IN RESTITUTION IS A JOKE AND A SMACK IN THE FACE TO THE FAMILY!!
    WHO WAS THE JUDGE IN THIS CASE?

  3. We can't be the judge if 3 months was enough time based on the information in this video. Hopefully the actual judge did their due diligence. Depends on if the guy is shows remorse, is a risk, how drunk he was, etc.

  4. It says something when the sentence is so lenient, like the bicyclist was probably at fault but because he was under the influence he got charged, if he was sober, he probably wouldn't have been charged at all!!
    Absolutely ridiculous!!!

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