The following is not meant to inflame anyone and I do not agree that what I wrote here should be how history records it. I am guessing at how this all might unfold if you took the view of the "devil's advocate".
In light of the new 'evidence' in the Monty Robinson case, I see it playing out this way.
A local RCMP officer driving his children home in his Jeep one evening, was turning into his street as a drunk and speeding motorcyclist approached and hit the Jeep. The motorcyclist was travelling at an estimated 96km/h and moved the Jeep a significant distance from the point of impact. The concussion of the impact was so severe that Officer Monty Robinson was stunned and distressed, never having experienced such an impact before. Robinson's first instinct was to make sure that his upset children were in a safe environment and he quickly removed them from the scene. Upon arriving at his home with the children, the impact of what had happened began to sink in and brought an attack of severe grief and anxiety during which he drank some liqour and had fits of crying. After gathering himself, he returned to the scene of the accident with bloodshot eyes from crying, where Delta Police were investigating the crash. Some years later, Monty Robinson was acquited of the "attempt to obstruct justice" charge due to the distress he suffered at the moment of impact which impaired his judgement. Monty was never found to have been driving impaired in this case so no charges were ever laid.
It's just your usual case of "drunk speeding motorcyclist kills himself and involves an innocent sober driver and his children". As a side note, Monty Robinson has retired on a "permanent disability pension" due to stress and he recieves 90% of his pay
I can see this as a future news story or maybe even the closing argument for Monty's defense. I bet no one saw it comming. Don't be at all suprised if Monty only gets a year probation.