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The widow of a man killed in a 2019 Colorado pile-up has called Kim Kardashian a loudmouth after the reality TV star called for the truck driver’s mandatory 110-year prison sentenced to be reduced.

Kardashian, 41, who is training to become a lawyer in California and has been active in the criminal justice reform movement, this week took to social media to call for Rogel Aguilera-Mederos' mandatory minimum sentence of 110 years in prison to be reduced over the April 2019 crash in which his brakes failed and he plowed into stalled traffic, killing four people.  

But not everyone thinks that the former Keeping Up With The Kardashians star  - who passed her baby bar exam on the fourth attempt-  should wade into this thorny legal matter. 

The Cuban immigrant was convicted in October on 42 counts, including vehicular homicide and first-degree assault stemming from the deadly April 25, 2019, crash on I-70 in Lakewood.


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A Colorado prosecutor has asked the judge to reconsider the lengthy prison term, which has attracted national attention, including from Kardashian.

“I know everyone has been posting about Rogel Aguilera-Mederos this week. I took a deep dive in it to figure out what the situation is,” she wrote Tuesday.

“Another shocking and unfair part of this case is that the judge didn’t want to sentence him to such a lengthy sentence. However, because of the mandatory minimums in Colorado, his hands were tied. Mandatory minimums take away judicial discretion and need to end,” she wrote.

“I pray that Governor (Jared) Polis, who has been a leader on supporting reforms that increase human dignity in the legal system, will commute his sentence,” Kardashian continued.

“Colorado law really has to be changed and this is so unfair. @GovofCO is a really good person and I know he will do the right thing,” she added.

But Kathleen Harrison, whose husband, Doyle, 61, was killed in the crash, lashed out at the celebrity.

Kathleen Harrison, who lost her husband of 26 years, Doyle Harrison, in the collision, had some harsh words for the glamorous influencer. 

'I don't think that we want our local proceedings in any state taken over by who has the loudest mouth out there, because people don't know all the details, they are running on emotion,' said the mom-of-three widow, referring to Kardashian. 

Kathleen, who delivered an emotional testimony during Aguilera-Mederos' trial, says she believes the driver deserves a sentence of 20 years in prison for committing a series of missteps that resulted in the deadly crash.   


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The sentence sparked widespread shock and fury, prompting more than 4.8million people to sign a petition on calling on Colorado Gov Jared Polis to commute Aguilera-Mederos' sentence to time served, or grant him clemency. 

The widow did acknowledge that the punishment is harsh and suggested a more modest 20 years behind bars.

“It’s been difficult, sometimes it feels like being half a person,” Harrison said during the driver’s sentencing.

In addition to her husband, the accident claimed the lives of William Bailey, 67, Miguel Angel Lamas Arrellano, 24, and Stanley Politano, 69.

Aguilera-Mederos testified that he was hauling lumber when his brakes failed while the semi-trailer was descending a steep grade in the Rocky Mountain foothills.

His truck plowed into vehicles that had slowed because of another wreck. He was traveling at least 85 mph on a part of the road where commercial vehicles are limited to 45 mph

Prosecutors argued that the driver could have used a runaway ramp alongside the interstate that is designed to safely stop vehicles that have lost their brakes.

Kardashian recently announced on Instagram that she passed California’s “baby bar” – aka the First-Year Law Students’ Examination — and admitted she previously failed the test three times.

The wannabe legal eagle’s struggles with the exam were documented on the past few seasons of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” including the time she had to skip the test after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

Kardashian, who has close to 380million followers across Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, earlier this week threw her support behind the convicted driver, tweeting: 'Colorado law really has to be changed and this is so unfair. @GovofCO is a really good person and I know he will do the right thing.' 

Rogel's attorney, Leonard Martinez, told TMZ that he and his client are aware of Kardashian's support, and are grateful that the celebrity has used her considerable clout to speak out in Aguilera-Mederos' defense. 

Aguilera-Mederos, 26, a Cuban immigrant, was transporting timber in the mountainous western state of Colorado in April 2019 when his brakes stopped working on a downhill stretch and he failed to use an emergency exit ramp.



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