FREE PASS #1
1984 OUI pardoned by Gov. Bill Weld (in 1993 so Gooch could vie for a Cambridge Police job). Details.
FREE PASS #2 (nearly)
1997 OUI 165-day license suspension. Prosecuted only as his first offense. Details.
DON’T LET GOOCH GET AWAY WITH THIS FOURTH OFFENSE.
And don’t let Senate President Therese Murray play this down. Don’t let Plymouth District Attorney Tim Cruz work out a SPECIAL COURT DEAL.
WANT THIS TO BE FREE PASS #4?
On Sunday, Oct 4, Gooch slams into the back of a stopped minivan, carrying a family of four, at a reported 20-25 mph. Dad suffers periodic back pain. 13-year-old son suffers nerve damage and limited mobility in right arm. Galluccio peels away and tries to escape responsibility. (After searches and phone calls from Cambridge PD, he turns himself in the following day.)
When pressured and interviewed, Galluccio arrogantly refuses to explain where he was before and after the accident.
We, the people, have had quite enough.
We need to keep the heat on the Senate Prez and the Plymouth County DA to ensure that Galluccio won’t get a special court deal, like he has time and time again.
Bring a sign, your voice, and your common sense of justice.
WHAT: GALLUCCIO COURT VIGIL
WHEN: FRIDAY 11/20/2009, 9AM to 12PM
WHERE: CAMBRIDGE DISTRICT COURT
4040 Mystic Valley Pkwy
Google Map to Cambridge District Court