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Head of Md. Motorcyclists' Rights Group Killed in Crash - August 31, 2006, 03:52 PM

EASTON, Md. (AP) - An Eastern Shore man who was the state director of an organization that lobbies for the rights of motorcycle owners was killed while riding his motorcycle.

A sport utility vehicle struck Martin L. Schultz's bike Wednesday at an intersection in Easton, according to Maryland State Police. Schultz ran off the road and struck a telephone pole. He died at the scene. The SUV driver, Latasha R. Neal, 25, of Hurlock, was treated at Memorial Hospital at Easton and released

Schultz, 44, of Newcomb, was state director of ABATE (A Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments) of Maryland in Annapolis. The association's members, according to its Web site, "have joined together to advocate training as the foremost means to reducing accidents and injury, to put an end to discriminatory legislation, to communicate via a bimonthly newsletter, to explore ways to improve the overall motorcycling experience in Maryland, and to provide for and assure a continuing freedom and affordability of motorcycling."


ABATE opposes mandatory helmet laws and has a "Helmet Law Protest Ride" scheduled for October.


State police said a helmet was recovered from the scene of Schultz's crash, but it was not immediately known if he was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.


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Wow, R.I.P. How awful is it that an SUV only helped to maintain the statistics regarding riders+cages+intersections?
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seeee. motorcycles dont kill people, suv's do.
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seeee. motorcycles dont kill people, suv's do.
Kinda ironic of you to say that. Not to make light of a terrible situation, but it is a wierd juxtaposition to read the above line in this thread, and then go back to the thread list and see the next thread is about a 137 mph stoppie (at least when I viewed the page).


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EASTON, Md. (AP) - An Eastern Shore man who was the state director of an organization that lobbies for the rights of motorcycle owners was killed while riding his motorcycle.

A sport utility vehicle struck Martin L. Schultz's bike Wednesday at an intersection in Easton, according to Maryland State Police. Schultz ran off the road and struck a telephone pole. He died at the scene. The SUV driver, Latasha R. Neal, 25, of Hurlock, was treated at Memorial Hospital at Easton and released

Schultz, 44, of Newcomb, was state director of ABATE (A Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments) of Maryland in Annapolis. The association's members, according to its Web site, "have joined together to advocate training as the foremost means to reducing accidents and injury, to put an end to discriminatory legislation, to communicate via a bimonthly newsletter, to explore ways to improve the overall motorcycling experience in Maryland, and to provide for and assure a continuing freedom and affordability of motorcycling."


ABATE opposes mandatory helmet laws and has a "Helmet Law Protest Ride" scheduled for October.


State police said a helmet was recovered from the scene of Schultz's crash, but it was not immediately known if he was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.
I'm sorry but I'm lost here.... Soooooo who's fault was it? Its says he was struck by an SUV, then its says he ran off the road and hit a pole? Im guessing it was the motorcyclist fault because it also says that the driver of the SUV was treated and released, obviously if they hit and killed the biker then they would be in jail?

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maybe they mean released from the hospital...they probably haven't been araigned yet
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I'm sorry but I'm lost here.... Soooooo who's fault was it? Its says he was struck by an SUV, then its says he ran off the road and hit a pole? Im guessing it was the motorcyclist fault because it also says that the driver of the SUV was treated and released, obviously if they hit and killed the biker then they would be in jail?

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not likely. Better chance the SUV was at fault. Look at the respective age of the operators.
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