'Tragedy on Hudson' plea deal questioned

John is facing two years in prison for

John is facing two years in prison for killing two friends in boat crash on the Hudson River.

Residents across the Hudson Valley are reacting to the plea deal that will send Jojo John to prison for two years for his role in the "Tragedy on the Hudson” deaths of two people.

John, 36, of Nyack, pleaded guilty to two counts of vehicular manslaughter in the second degree in the deaths of bride-to-be Lindsey Stewart, 30, of Piermont, and her fiancé's best man, Mark Lennon, 30, of Pearl...

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