Dietrich – es gibt ihn wirklich!
Was haben wir damals gelacht, als der Gizmondo-Gründer Eriksson seinen teuren Ferrari Enzo gecrasht hat und damit auch das Ende des Gizmondos besiegelt hat. Besonders lustig war die Ausrede, dass ein gewisser Dietrich das Auto gefahren und dann von der Unfallstelle geflohen sein soll.
Und jetzt… stellt sich heraus, dass es ihn wirklich gibt!
„Dietrich“ sentenced to jail for Gizmondo crash:
Trevor Michael Karney – aka, The Elusive Dietrich – has been sentenced to jail by an LA judge for misleading police in the 162MPH crash of that $1.5 million Gizmondo Ferrari Enzo. Besides lying to police about his involvement as a passenger, the 27-year old German playboy also fled to Ireland before sneaking back into the US through the Mexican border in search of some tasty bud and cool waves. The sentence? 30 days, which roughly translates to a punishment of tickling by virgins until the onset of bellyache by the time the appeals process is through.
Elusive ‚Dietrich‘ supposedly found, arrested after fleeing Gizmondo crash:
Some 16 months after we heard the last crazy twist in the Gizmondo crash fiasco, it looks like the case may finally be winding down. After searching high and low for a „mysterious witness“ known only as Dietrich — who, if you’ll recall, supposedly fled the scene after he crashed the Ferrari Enzo in question — LA county police now have reason to believe that Trevor Michael Karney may actually be this elusive (and fictitious) character. As fate would have it, it seems that Karney lied to the boys in blue on the night of the crash, when in fact, he was the passenger that was „using a video camera to photograph Eriksson driving at speeds of up to 162mph.“ Of course, fibbing to the fuzz and resisting arrest aren’t exactly angelic deeds, so it looks like Mr. Karney will too have his day in court soon enough.
Ok, die Nachricht ist uralt, aber ich hab sie bis jetzt übersehen.