After reading the article on the confession of Matthew Cordle, I find him to be a very admirable man (Sept. 10, "May who confessed in video charged in crash"). I find him admirable not because of what he did, but how he chose to represent himself. We all know that killing is not acceptable in our society, and it is easy enough for us to follow this rule.
Very few of us are fueled with such hatred as to promote manslaughter, but what if your choice to drink and drive was the cause of death for an innocent man? Would you be able to accept what you did as Matthew has? Would you be able to admit your mistake to the world?
I find Matthew Cordle's confession to be very admirable. I believe that not many people would be able to admit such a mistake on this large of a scale.
Tristan Shayne Young