Prince of darkness busted | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Prince of darkness busted

Posted By on Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 11:46 AM

Politicos will be interested in this one on Politico:

Columnist Robert Novak -- insert favorite invective here -- has been issued a citation in Washington, D.C., for what sounds  close to hit-and-run. He ran down a 66-year-old pedestrian in his Corvette. A bicyclist forced him to stop him a block away and told him he couldn't just drive off after hitting someone. Novak claimed to be unaware he'd hit anyone, though witnesses said the victim "sort of splayed onto the windshield." He got a failure to yield citation.

Noted: Novak's history of aggressive driving.

 

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