The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration COOKs the Books on 60% of the Blood Alcohol Content statistics and has been doing it since 1986!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fraud vitiates everything it touches.
UNCOOKED you have a 505 times higher chance of dyeing (1/118 persons) from something OTHER than a COOKED drunk driver rate, if you do not drink (1/59,531). If you drink it is 250 times higher chance of dyeing (1/18,962 persons) from something OTHER than drunk driver, (http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/dvs/nvsr52_09p9.pdf)
UNCOOKED you have a 146 times higher chance of dyeing (1/407 persons) from heart disease than from a COOKED drunk driver rate, if you do not drink, if you do not drink (1/59,531).
EARLY EDITION 2009 Motor Vehicle Crash Data from FARS and GES
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The reader may also notice that many tables have rows or footnotes for "unknowns" for FARS data, but not for GES data. The reason for this difference is that almost all the GES unknown data have been assigned values through complex statistical procedures. FARS unknown data, on the other hand, are not assigned values, with the exception of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) test results. When the alcohol test results are unknown, BAC values have been assigned to drivers and nonoccupants involved in fatal crashes, using a method of multiple imputation that was revised in 2001. More information on the new multiple imputation method, including detailed tabulations of alcohol involvement in various categories (age, sex, time of day, etc.), is available in NHTSA Technical Report DOT HS 809 403, Transitioning to Multiple Imputation: A New Method to Estimate Missing Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Values in FARS.
DOT HS 809 450 Estimates of Alcohol Involvement in
Fatal Crashes 2000
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has adopted a new method to
estimate missing blood alcohol concentration (BAC) test result data. This new method, multiple
imputation, will be used by NHTSA's National Center for Statistics and Analysis (NCSA) to
improve the scope of alcohol involvement statistics generated by the Fatality Analysis Reporting
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. What is the proportion of the cases in FARS that do not have a known BAC?
A. On an average, approximately 60 percent of the Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) values
for Drivers, Pedestrians and Pedalcyclists are missing in FARS each year as a result of
alcohol tests not being administered or test results not being reported.
Fraus omnia vitiate. Fraud vitiates everything it touches. When fraud is involved in civil contract or in the establishment of a law, all such laws or contracts are unraveled, made into nothing at all. If fraud can be proven, such laws by their natures could not exist, for they were created under both a false pretense, as well as created with understanding and assent on false pretenses.
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