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Court of Honor Planned for Drunk Driving Victim



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Andrew Adams, KSL Newsradio The teen accused of driving drunk and killing the pregnant wife, son and daughter of LDS Bishop Christopher Williams is due in juvenile court tomorrow for a detention hearing. Tonight, a special ceremony is planned for one of the victims.

Nancy Miedell, scout leader: "He's working it out, the best he can."

Tears well up in Nancy's eyes as she talks about her son, Thomas, and his friendship with Ben Williams.

Nancy Miedell: "It was what true friendship really was all about."

She was Ben's scout leader before he died. She says he was a good scout and a better person. Tonight, he'll be honored as a scout in a court of honor.

Nancy Miedell: "I think it will offer some closure to some of the boys and help them realize that life does go on."

A slide show is planned for the ceremony. His friends will salute him and then say goodbye.

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