I totally agree with your statements about OUI.etcHe should be prosecuted for the deaths and then deported based on his status. Pretty straight forward.
I really don't care about drugs, OUIs or licensing since those things shouldn't exist in the first place. This guy killed 7 people. That's the crime at hand.
As to the company he was working for, if the previous behaviors in stories posted are all true, the company owner and people involved with hiring him should also be eligible for manslaughter charges based on negligence in hiring someone with a history of crashes and high substance use, which would all lead a normal person to conclude this guy was a driving time bomb.
Beyond that I think your rant is coming off the rails
He's been accused of a heinous crime, he gets his day in court to defend against the allegations and I'm positive we will hear about contributing factors like bikes in formation/following each other too closely, bikes colliding and going down vs bikes that were hit by the driver of the truck
I rode for years and there are tons of shitty car/truck drivers out there.....there are also a lot of really shitty riders
What we dont know is whether or not the driver/truck struck any of the bikes or whether bikes went down because someone in the lead swerved, went down/collided and caused those behind them to in turn go down because they had no where to go.....
If the guy had his CDL and it was not revoked by the state then the employer is under no obligation/legal requirement not to hire him....if you're going to go down that road then you better be prepared to tell us all why no one ever convicted of a crime should be permitted to hold a job after they have done their time/paid restitution.