Crash victim's parents angered by officer's email

Mary Wells

Indianapolis - The parents of a motorcyclist killed in an August crash involving IMPD Officer David Bisard are speaking out about a text message Bisard sent to colleagues.

Bisard reportedly sent a text message to colleagues complaining about their lack of support for him after the crash. Bisard faces felony charges of reckless homicide after plowing into Eric Wells, Mary Mills and Kurt Weekly. They were stopped at a red light on their motorcycles when Bisard, responding to a call for back-up, struck them, killing Wells and severely injuring Mills and Weekly.

Friday, Aaron and Mary Wells issued the following response to Bisard's text message:

"In response to David Bisard's text messages to his fellow K-9 officers, my husband and I would like to ask David Bisard to answer these questions.

1. Did you not on August 6, 2010 kill my son Eric Wells?

2. Did you not critically injure Kurt Weekly and Mary Mills?

3. Did you not mentally change George Burt's life forever while he watched you run over three of his friends?

4. Were you not drunk enough?

5. Did this tragedy never happen?

6. Did your fellow officer's not take you to the wrong place to have your blood tested?

7. Did you not dishonor your entire department and the City of Indianapolis by your actions?

8. Just what is it you are innocent of?

- Mary and Aaron Wells, parents of Eric Wells

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