Strongsville, Cuyahoga County, Ohio: Mackenzie Shirilla Sentenced To 15 Years In Jail But She’s Innocent, And We Prove It

Last updated on November 15th, 2023 at 04:16 pm

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We will not dismiss any useful attempt to free that poor girl from prison.

Authored by Yaron Steinbuch via New York Post

Authored by Michael Talve via Expert Institute


Mackenzie Shirilla Is Not A Remorseless Bully Murderer And She Does Not Need To Apologize For Giving A Ride To The Flanagan’s Son


We did it… we saved this girl although , at this moment, she doesn’t know this yet…

Experts tell same thing we did in this piece. According to our theory, exposed in this article, the driver had stepped on the brake but obtaining opposite effect…


This case involves an accident where the plaintiff was struck by a vehicle while crossing an intersection. The vehicle accelerated rapidly and ran over the plaintiff, who sustained serious injuries. Among other parties, the plaintiff sued the manufacturer of the floor mats in the vehicle because the carpet/mat underneath the driver’s foot was stuck on the gas pedal. The driver had stepped on the brake pedal, but instead of braking, powered the accelerator, possibly because of the design of the floor mats. The mats did not have any fasteners securing them in place and were OEM provided by one of the world’s largest automobile makers.

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The Ohio teen who murdered her boyfriend and his friend by deliberately slamming her car into a wall at 100 mph made a tearful apology, insisting that she would never have killed her “soulmate” on purpose — as she was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison Monday.

Mackenzie Shirilla, 19, who has been dubbed “hell on wheels,” learned her fate Monday after being convicted last week of four counts of murder in the July 2022 crash that killed her boyfriend, Dominic Russo, 20, and his friend Davion Flanagan, 19.

She was sentenced to two concurrent 15-years-to-life sentences for the warehouse wreck in the Cleveland suburb of Strongsville.

Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Nancy Margaret Russo (who is not related to Dominic) said she grappled with whether to slap Shirilla with consecutive or concurrent sentences, NBC News reported.

“I understand that the pain in this room wants me to impose the harshest sentence, but I don’t believe that would be the appropriate sentence, because I do believe that Mackenzie won’t be out in 15 years,” the judge said.
Mackenzie Shirilla tearfully reads an apologyMackenzie Shirilla tearfully reads an apology before being sentenced to 15 years to life for deliberately slamming her car into a brick wall at 100 mph, killing her boyfriend, Dominic Russo, 20, and his friend Davion Flanagan, 19.NBC News
Mackenzie Shirilla in courtCuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Nancy Margaret Russo said there is “a very good likelihood” Shirilla could spend the rest of her life in the slammer.NBC News

Russo added that there is “a very good likelihood” that Shirilla could spend the rest of her life behind bars — depending on her behavior and the parole board’s decision.

She also was convicted of felonious assault, aggravated vehicular homicide and other crimes after killing Russo just because their months-long relationship had fizzled.

Shirilla, who did not testify during the bench trial, read a statement apologizing to the families of the victims.

“This was not reckless driving — this was murder,” Russo said. “She had a mission, and she executed it with precision. The decision was death.

The sentence of this judge is ridiculous. Mission? Decision? Death? She is incompetent

At the moment, we have found no evidence of the alleged murderous intent proclaimed by Judge Nancy Margaret Russo.

Is it just a coincidence that this judge has the surname “Russo,” like one of the two victims? Is it also just a coincidence the “paternalistic” and brotherly attitude of Mackenzie’s lawyer, James McDonnell? Although they are not related the surname “Russo” is good enough for a projection: “poor guy..he could be my son”. Therefore , in my opinion, wasn’t the appropriate judge for this case.

Something doesn’t add up.

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What does McDonnell do? Pray?

Mackenzie’s lawyer did not do all he was in power to do to assist his own client.


The victims, Dominic Russo and Davion Flanagan, were also drug users. Dominic’s boyfriend knew exactly what he was doing, as did Flanagan. All three of them were under the influence of drugs. The car belonged to Mackenzie and Russo allowed Mackenzie, a 17-year-old girl, to drive, wearing slippers (note at the beginning we really did not know that the car was owned by the girl, but this wrong info does not change our narrative, which is the real one, n.d.A.).

He, the man in the situation, allowed it. The rest are things that happen “on wheels”, not a murder, remember that.

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The girl did not plan to kill her boyfriend and his friend.

Planning to kill someone by killing oneself is murder-suicide, and the girl has given no evidence of mental imbalance or demonstrated any suicidal tendencies. On the contrary, she went to music festivals even in a wheelchair, had a desire to work as a model, and had even found a job in Los Angeles.
This is not the behavior of someone who wants to die.

Someone who wants to die or who has deliberately killed someone would not cry like this…

If she had decided to die with her boyfriend, why drag the friend along?

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The accusation of intent does not hold up at all. A solid and firm point is therefore the fact – fully demonstrated – that the girl did not want to die.

And if she did not want to die, then she did not kill her boyfriend and his friend.

Now, I want you to forget about drugs for a moment, and instead focus on what happened, technically. The two dead boys were adults.

Mackenzie, on the other hand, was 17 years old at the time of the car crash…

She was “legally” driving her boyfriend’s car at 6 in the morning. He allowed her to do so, and soon we will see under what conditions he allowed it.
But something went wrong…
The car, while proceeding normally at a speed in line with the traffic laws, seemed to brake and then accelerate rapidly until the final crash.

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What went wrong?

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The slippers went wrong.

Mackenzie was wearing her night slippers at the time of the car accident. A pair of fuzzy Prada slippers.


The bulky slippers will have easily got stuck between the car mat and the accelerator, it happened to me once.


It happens if the mat is badly placed, moved too far forward it will act as a joint for the slipper and the accelerator pedal while blocking the brake pedal.


After a collision of that kind, the same thing that happened to me decades ago, memory of the last five or ten minutes is lost, if not much more.

The girl was found with her foot still in the slipper on the accelerator, simply and sincerely for our technical explanation.

Without any evidence or testimonies regarding Mackenzie’s homicidal intent, everything that happened is just a car accident due to the young girl’s lack of experience.

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seeing this girl accused in life, in the trial, and on social media, to which she once belonged, is something truly cowardly and vile for the human race.

Mackenzie was a conformist girl, monogamous, making silly videos here and there like millions of teenagers do.
Mackenzie lived her age like millions of American girls attracted to social media, dopamine, and the sense of feeling integrated and accepted by boys and girls her age.
She was a lover of life, music, and also family life.

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How this conformist attitude, albeit at times degenerative, somehow suggests she is instead a crazed evil murderer who deliberately not only decided to kill her boyfriend and a friend without motive but also to kill herself?

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No, Mackenzie Shirilla never planned to kill herself, her boyfriend, and her friend.

Instead, she became a victim of an unintentional car accident that cost the lives of those two boys, victims like thousands of others in fatal accidents on the roads.

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