Friday, March 23, 2012

Polo Millionaire who Adopted girlfriend Found Guilty of DUI Manslaughter: How Could an Heir of Fortune Not Be Responsible Behind the Wheel of a Car?


John Goodman was honest enough to admit his blood alcohol level was over the limit when he mistakenly took the life of his young 23-year-old victim, Scott Wilson.  Wilson's mother Lili wept while listening to Goodman's 911 call in court.   The thought of a millionaire driving under the influence lack of responsibility took her son's life is yet devastating as John explained what happened before and after the crash in his own words.  According to DailyMail.co.uk in a previous report, he adopted his 42-year-old girlfriend Heather Hutchins last fall. The move means she is entitled to up to a third of his biological children's $300 million trust fund.   Therefore, how could a man with so much fortune not be responsible while driving behind the wheel of a car.   He had the money to buy a nice Bentley, but lack responsibility to be cautious as a driver.  


It seems like there a lesson to be learned today, not only in this case of Polo millionaire John Goodman, but also in the previous case of Dr. Tim Rose, 'having money alone is not enough, you must be very wise in order to really enjoy your life and one can't have wisdom, if they are not serving God.'   As for John Goodman to be driving under the influence, it reveals he certainly does not have a relationship with God.   Even if he offered, his fortune could never bring back his 23-year-old victim, Scott Wilson, because life cannot be bought.  He could have very well also lost his life.   So what good is John Goodman's money without God?


May Scott Wilson rest in peace and our prayers are with his mother, Lili Wilson.  We also pray John Goodman finds God and lives for Him.

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Polo millionaire who adopted girlfriend to protect his fortune found guilty of DUI manslaughter and faces 30 years in jail

By Daily Mail Reporter
A jury today found polo tycoon John Goodman guilty of DUI manslaughter and vehicular homicide in the February 12, 2010 crash that killed 23-year-old Scott Wilson.

Police say a drunken Goodman, the founder of the International Polo Club Palm Beach in Florida, rammed his black Bentley convertible into Wilson's car two years ago, causing it to roll into a canal. He left the scene and waited an hour to call 911 while Scott drowned.


The 48-year-old was initially charged two years ago in the young man's...Read full article, here.



Source : http://www.dailymail.co.uk

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