Statistics from the DUI Gulag (www.DUIGulag.com)

May 6th, 2008 by DaytonDUI Leave a reply »

Despite what MADD propaganda would have you believe, in 1996 only .0000143 percent of the American population was killed in so-called “alcohol related” motor vehicle accidents where someone had a blood alcohol content as high as 0.10% . Government statistics indicate that each year more people die as a result of accidental drowning in America than die in low BAC related motor vehicle accidents. A recent study at a major U.S. university found that low BAC drinking drivers pose far less danger to public safety than do non-drinking drivers who have sleep apnea. In fact, your chances of being killed as a direct result of medical malpractice is 28 times higher than your chances of being killed in a motor vehicle accident involving a low BAC driver.

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