A rare moment of grace and human decency emerges today.
Contrast her thoughtful words with the ranting of politicos who champion bike lanes as the solution to every traffic problem.
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Police officers arrested Fields on Tuesday. Two days later, Meg Criniere said she forgives Fields.
"We've been recipients of lots of grace, lots of forgiveness. It only seems fitting in this moment to give that back to somebody else," Meg Criniere said.
There are multiple ongoing fundraisers for the Criniere Family, including a GoFundMe page, which has already raised in excess of $200,000.
"We've seen radical generosity. We've had people step in and pay off my house, pay off my cars, put a new roof on my house. It's been above and beyond just shocking generosity. I think God is going to take care of us," Meg Criniere said.
She also said Fields' arrest brought back her initial feelings of shock, pain and fear following the fatal crash.
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The widow of a hit-and-run victim said she forgives the woman accused of killing her husband and leaving the scene of the fatal crash.With her church playground as the backdrop and three of her 10 children by her side, Meg Criniere discussed the aftermath of her husband Charles' death.On Aug.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The wife of a Kansas City bicyclist killed in a hit-and-run crash late last month speaks out for the first time about her husband and the recent developments in his case. Charlie Criniere was riding his bike near Longview Lake when he was hit and left for dead.
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