Here's a story that needs more investigation. Who should we believe? The 21 year old Romney (Mr-I-Was-CEO-But-Am-Not-Responsible-For-Anything), who is incapable of taking personal responsibility or the kindly father Albert Marie, beloved by his little parish.But, wait, there's more! There was no Albert Marie. Romney lied. It was Bishop Vilnet who was driving the other car, not Albert Marie. And Bishop Vilnet is still alive and highly regarded. Let's hope the MSM vets this story well. After all, do we want a drunken murderer as president? Harry Boy, what are you going to! Mitt Romney was driving during an accident in the 60s that killed a passenger - Detroit liberal | Examiner.com This was first reported by The Boston Globe in 2007 when they told the story of Mitt Romney almost dying in Bernos-Beaulac, France while driving a Citroen DS. Romney, who was 21 at the time, was driving from Pau to Bordeaux as a chauffeur for Duane Anderson the French Mormon mission president. Romney tells the story of going around a curve and being struck at full speed by a Catholic priest named Albert Marie. Romney claimed Albert Marie was drunk but this has never been verified. Conversely it was not been verified if Romney was under the influence at the time of the accident, because he was unconscious and in a coma. The first police officer to arrive wrote, "he is dead" in Romney's passport. There is no record if a sobriety test was issued after Romney regained consciousness who escaped the crash with a broken arm and lacerations to the face. Daily Kos: Mitt Romney's Cult of Lying and Bishop Jean Vilnet The "drunk priest" named "Albert Marie" of Mitt Romney's imaginative fantasy about that 1968 accident has been spread around to his own family, to the families of the other Mormons involved, New York Times, The Guardian, Washington Post, Boston Globe, to Michael Kranish and Scott Helman for their book, "The Real Romney." That person does not exist. Never did. ... Bishop Vilnet, then 46 years old by American count, was not drunk, not speeding, and not out of his own lane. He was driving along and Romney hit him. ... Mgr. Vilnet was elected head of the Council of Bishops of France. He is an Officer of the Legion of Honor. A life of service. He is 90 years old. (Mitt Romney says that "Albert Marie" is dead. Guarantee you, somebody somewhere with the two names Albert and Marie is dead.) That 1968 accident took place when Mitt Romney ignored painted roadway lines and went head-on into an on-coming left turn lane, opposite the post office at Beaulac, France. Concrete traffic separators were added later on. Good piece of engineering, that, but too late for Mrs. Leola Anderson. She died of her injuries as she was the sixth person in a five passenger car, so she had no seat belt.