Toronto Sun columnist Michele Mandel wrote HERE that “it looks like (Marco) Muzzo is actually prepared to accept responsibility like a man” following his decision to plead guilty to impaired driving charges on February 4th.
She points out that Muzzo and his family have the funds necessary to drag the case through the courts for months, delaying the inevitable and sparing the victims’ family unnecessary pain.
There were rumours that Muzzo’s lawyer Brian Greenspan was working on a plea deal with the Crown this entire time, but now it looks like that isn’t the case.
Do you think Muzzo “manned up” and is truly taking responsibility for his actions that allegedly ended four lives in Vaughan? Is he doing the right thing?
The 29 year old was charged with a dozen counts of impaired driving and six more charges of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle related to the Sept. 27 crash in Vaughan which claimed the lives of nine-year-old Daniel Neville-Lake, his five-year-old brother Harrison, their two-year-old sister Milly, and their 65-year-old grandfather Gary Neville.