So the young lady who drove away from a police alcohol-check stop after testing positive and subsequently drove at speed into another person’s vehicle, killing that driver feels she has been harshly treated by the public. Is it because she has been treated well by the innocent victim’s family that she feels upset… if they can forgive me, why can’t the general public? Is it because she rightly feels ashamed of her actions and believes that’s enough? How can she expect NOT to be harshly treated by the public- she drove drunk, she fled from police, she killed another person. I commend the humanitarian attitude of the victim’s family, but I sympathise with the harsh public.