"I think Aunt Diane was really very ill and I believe if a proper autopsy had been done she would have been cleared.
It's obvious that she would not have been loaded driving those children around. If family members had thought she was a drunk, they would not have left her in charge of the children.
Terrible things happen and a sloppy police investigation will just make things worse.
Anyway, a creepy documentary because pieces were obviously missing or someone had tampered with the scene."
You're either a troll or one big fat fucking idiot.
The autopsy was "proper", alright. And it proved, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that Diane Schuler was completely blotto from guzzling vodka and smoking pot when she got behind the wheel of that SUV full of children.
She was an aggressive control freak, full of anger (her mother abandoned her and her father and brothers) and probably seriously depressed. She was impulsive; an article in NY Magazine said she went out to buy milk and came back with a widescreen tv. She was the breadwinner of her family and was married to an ugly clod. And she used alcohol and pot to ease the tension of her life.
It was probably easy to keep her closet alcoholism a secret. Her husband is an idiot and her other family members were, and still are, equally clueless. In complete denial, the stupid husband and his sister went on a campaign to prove that her reprehensible behavior was the result of a medical emergency, like a stroke, or a toothache, or a headache, or diabetes, or a cyst, or something. But all the evidence showed was that she was drunk and stoned when she drove that car into an oncoming vehicle, killing three innocent men and four innocent children and herself.
Diane Schuler was a drunk, cuntish frau who liked to drink and get stoned to take the edge off. She probably thought she could handle driving bombed out of her skull. She made the decision to get fucked up and drive. She truly deserves to be on that website "People You'll See In Hell."