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The Hockey Player Who Killed a Woman

He drove under the influence, but found redemption later

From Leech44 on Wikipedia Commons

Legendary hockey player, Craig MacTavish, in 1985, walked out of jail. He had served a one year sentence for vehicular manslaughter, and at the end of the day, MacTavish expressed significant remorse for killing someone while driving under the influence. He pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and driving…

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