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Michigan Strip Club Admits Responsibility in Fatal DUI Crash

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Pantheon Club patron, Ronnie S. Jackson plead no contest to a second-degree murder charge stemming from a March 2006 auto accident in which killed Kenneth Brzenzinski.  Jackson had been at the Pantheon Club where he was reportedly served eight beers and "a tray of test tube-sized liquor shots" prior to falling asleep at a table and then vomiting.  Jackson was forced to leave and when the cab originally called for him was taken by someone else, club employees put Jackson into his own car to drive home.  Jackson's vehicle slammed into the back of Kenneth Brzenzinski's Ford Escape and killed him. 

The Pantheon Club is admitting liability in the incident.  The civil suit flied by the family of Kenneth Brzenzinski seeks $10 million.  A jury will determine the finally amount and it will be split between Jackson and the club.


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