FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE!
A new interactive animated documentary has been released in celebration of the two-year anniversary of Randall "Duke" Cunningham's resignation from office!
Available for online viewing here:
A downloadable version is also available, along with additional documentation, including follow-up letters to law enforcement, elected officials, and others:
The new animation is written in Flash from Adobe. The author has nearly 25 years experience as a computer animator, and has created hundreds of animations for professional educational purposes, including courtroom accident reconstructions. This animation is equally accurate and explanatory, and both fun and easy to use. It tells what really happened.
The new animation, called simply Celebrity Justice, explains in detail how Cunningham tried to commit suicide by smashing the car he was driving head-on at high speed into the author's car on November 25th, 2005, about 8:35 pm, in San Marcos, California. The police immediately applied "Celebrity Justice" rules to the case and protected the assailant from prosecution. This is the story of what really happened that night, from the point of view of the author and his wife who was a passenger during the incident.
Randall Cunningham was presumably despondent over his decision to resign from Congress the following Monday, November 28th, 2005.
This author was able to realize the seriousness of the attack, and avoid the deadly confrontation. The seriousness was shown by the following steps:
1) He tries to flip his car in a solo accident.
2) He aims right at us and accelerates..
3) When I turn to my right, he follows that turn and accelerates.
4) When I turn to my left, he follows that turn too, and continues to accelerate.
5) He continues to accelerate straight at us.
6) He is going so fast he cannot turn away -- unless I do something, a deadly crash in inevitable.
To learn what I did at that point, and what the police did after that point, please view the shocking animation!
Russell "Ace" Hoffman
Driver of the other car
November 28th, 2007