Kane’s cabbie has sketchy history

Posted by Richard Pollock in Uncategorized on August 11, 2009 — 2 Comments

From the Globe & Mail:

The taxi driver who was allegedly beaten by NHL star Patrick Kane over incorrect pocket change had drunk driving convictions and no valid driver’s licence, the Buffalo News is reporting .

Jan Radecki, 62, of Buffalo, N.Y., had his licence revoked in December, 1998, after refusing to submit to a chemical test, according to records obtained by the newspaper. He was given a conditional licence, but that too was revoked after four months because of a charge of driving while intoxicated.

Read the entire article here.

That’s sketchy.  This guy should not have been driving that cab, and as more facts come out of this, questions continue to arise surrounding the credibility of this cabdriver.  Eventually the whole story will come out, but this isn’t the innocent cabdriver he wanted us to believe he was.

2 responses to “Kane’s cabbie has sketchy history”

  1. Goatface says:

    Whether or not the cabbie has problems is irrelevant. What is relevant is that these guys ROBBED him.

  2. Richard says:

    It is not irrelevant whether the cabbie has problems because if these problems led, in any way, to the Kanes acting the way they did, that could be held against him.

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