Tiger Woods has the "right not to incriminate himself" and NOT talk to the police about his accident. He followed that simple directive and received this:
Tiger Woods will be cited for careless driving in a car crash outside his Orlando-area mansion, but will not face criminal charges, the Florida Highway Patrol said Tuesday.
Which was all the police could charge him by the evidence they had. It's $164 and 4 points. A misdemeanor moving violation. For Tiger, that's literally pocket (lint) money, and he's little risk for losing his license.
But what if he would have talked? What would have leaked out of the now public information of his statement, or his wife's?
Let's just say it's better left as speculative tabloid fodder than legal evidence, regardless of the truth - and his marriage is really none of our business, is it?
It's entirely conceivable that no matter what he may have said to the cops, they would have found something more with which to charge him, or his wife. And that's just the legal issues. What about the tabloids?
Smart, Tiger, fucking smart.
That's why this guy below is my fucking hero, just like Tiger.
This is not a Golf lesson, it's a life lesson.
Watch the whole fucking thing, and part 2.