You Murderer! Tougher rap in bus driver slay
Attorney Sanford Rubenstein states: "Our law firm is conducting an independent investigation to determine who will be named as defendants in a civil lawsuit for damages for wrongful death. We are looking not only at Dominick Whilby, but also at any nightclubs, hotels or restaurants who served or gave him alcoholic beverages that night when he was in an intoxicated state and whoever was responsible for leaving the keys in the ignition of the truck that was stolen by Dominick Whilby as possible defendants. On March 12, 2014 Dominick Whilby was arraigned on the serious felony charge voted by a Manhattan Grand Jury of murder in the second degree."