• Jun 8th 2007 at 5:58PM
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Earlier today, we got word from Team Polizei founder Alex Roy that a court in Macedonia found Nick Morely responsible for the deaths of the Cepuljoskis, which resulted after his Porsche Turbo struck the couple during the 2007 Gumball Rally. At this point, however, the court has decided to release Morely on a suspended sentence.
The Team Polizei site has compiled a number of sources, including a timeline of the events, and Mr. Roy has taken the time to voice his own opinions and conjecture. Roy is justifiably skeptical about whether or not the Macedonian court will actually let Morely walk, considering how convoluted the process has been thus far.

Time will tell whether or not the tragic events of the past month will dampen the enthusiasm of rally participants, but we already know that rally organizers are in the process of planning their next event for 2008.

[Source: gumball144.com]

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      • 8 Years Ago
      They should lock those bastards up and throw the key away. Bad enough that they killed 2 innocent civilians, but to hit and run... wow. If they get to go free, it's a travesty. Though of course, if you want to kill someone, at least in the US, use a car, because our vehicular homicide laws are a joke.
      • 8 Years Ago
      The Sun says Nick's on bail in this country for using fake number plates... let's pray that English law delivers more justice!! Unless of course he (or his brother) pays to get out of this!!! I hope nobody deals with Nick and his property company again! Maybe then he won't be another millionnaire getting away with killing people!
      • 3 Years Ago
      This is a travesty. Guilty of double Homicide. No jail time. How can we expect the cops to patrol our roads when the worst offenders get off free and clear for a homicide?
      • 8 Years Ago
      it won't cease to exist.

      but i thought the family wasn't pressing charges? is he still going to be prosecuted?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Picture this... You crash your car and realise you have seriously injured two people (or killed at least one person) then you attempt to run away from the scene and escape to another country; then after being questionned by police and bailed you then attempt to escape again by hiring a private jet (his family says he’s not wealthy!!) … come on, this man is trash!!

      • 8 Years Ago
      I'm guessing this event will have to go underground, or cease to exist.
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