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Special Report: RMV putting drivers deemed 'immediate threats' back behind the wheel

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Two Bay State motorists deemed "immediate threats" to public safety after being involved in crashes that killed two kids - and a T bus driver caught playing chicken in her rig - are all back on the road because of lax registry rules, a Herald review found.The survey of terrible motorists comes weeks after another reckless driver had been cleared to get his license back when authorities say he tore through Chatham near an ice cream parlor, killing one and maiming others."It's bad enough when it happens once, but if it's happening over and over and over again, then that's a problem," said Dalton Skerritt, who was shocked to hear Franklin Speed Jr., the driver who killed Skerritt's wife and 1 1⁄2-year-old daughter in a horrific 2002 Roslindale crash, has been cited for multiple motor vehicle violations since he got his license back in 2004. "There's two people dead. I would hope that he would change his behavior and not go back to the same ways that could harm people. If he's going out and still getting tickets, then we have to intervene with laws and policies to help educate and prevent so it doesn't happen again."A Herald review of Registry of Motor Vehicles records found: -
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