The nurse who took the blood draw at the hospital testified:  "I didn't smell alcohol.  I didn't think he was drunk."

Officer Medlin's partner testified at the trial after hearing Roy Jr.'s 911 call:  "He didn't sound like he was drunk."

One of the most sought after and highly respected epilepsy expert Dallas/Ft. Worth neurologists testified:  He had a petit mal seizure to explain the cause of the accident.

Have you ever been intoxicated?  Have you ever seen anyone intoxicated?  If you look at the video still haven't.  What you see is a confused and scared young man.  Why was he scared and confused?  Because he had just been involved in an accident that killed someone.  BUT not due to being intoxicated (view for yourself).

This video was taken BEFORE blood (supposedly .11) was drawn.  Watch below........

Police Station from Euless PD Video on Vimeo.

Ethanol (Alcohol) produces intoxication because of its depressive effects on various areas of the brain causing these impairments in a progressive order as the person gets more and more drunk: 

  • Disinhibition of normal social functioning (excessive talking, showing off)
  • Loss of memory
  • Confusion 
  • Disorientation 
  • Movement not coordinated 
  • Progressive lethargy
  • Coma
  • Ultimately the shutdown of the respiratory centers (death)