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Death of Innocence - The Tyler James Memorial Foundation
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Imagine what it would be like, if your innocent seven-year-old child was blamed for causing his own death, when his death was caused by a criminal act of vehicular homicide? I cannot tell you what it is like to be on the receiving end of injustice. On February 4, 2001, a cruel injustice was dealt to me and my precious seven-year-old son Tyler James.

Bearing the loss of my son is the most difficult thing I've ever dealt with in my life. The sense of injustice that I live with every day is something no American should have to live with. The purpose of this web site is to expose this miscarriage of justice. Why would any law enforcement agency determine it appropriate to blame a seven-year-old boy for causing his own death, when clearly, he was a victim of reckless driving and manslaughter?

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Fact
Underage drinking is still the nation's No. 1 youth drug problem killing more youth than all other illicit drugs combined and alcohol-related traffic fatalities for 15 to 20 year olds have begun increasing again to more than 2,400 in 2002.
 
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