Ronald Gasser, the guy who shot and killed former football player Joe McKnight in a road rage incident has been arrested and charged with manslaughter. I am so glad he has finally been charged. At first, the police in the Louisiana parish where the killing occurred released Gasser and acted as if it was a strong possibility that he would not be charged. Gasser claims McKnight put him in fear of his life when he got out of his car and approached his driver's side window. Fair enough. But if that were the case, he should have sped off, rather than shoot him. That's what I would have done. In cases like that, you are legally obligated to choose flight over fight whenever possible. Besides, this was not the first time Gasser has been involved in a road rage altercation. And the previous incident was at the same intersection, no less. As a result of that one in February of 2006, Gasser was charged with simple battery, a misdemeanor, which was later dismissed. So, apparently, this guy is a hothead who seeks out confrontations, or least refuses to back away from them. A jury will now hear the facts in his case and decide his fate. More importantly, however, the state of Louisiana and McKnight’s family will get a chance to have their day in court.