Grand Jury Indicts Man Who Confessed on YouTube to Deadly Drunken Hit-and-Run SHARE: Tweet Last week, the Greater Internet stopped to take notice of a chilling confession. At first silhouetted, then unobscured, 22-year-old Matthew Cordle told the world how we killed a man while driving drunk. Cordle made the video before charges had even been filed. He might have even gotten away with it. But, admirably, he wanted to take responsibility for his actions. And now he will stand up and face the music: On Monday, a grand jury indicted Cordle on a charge of aggravated vehicular homicide, according to the Columbus Dispatch. The charge is a second-degree felony, and if convicted of the crime, Cordle may serve two to eight years in prison. ORIGINAL POST FROM LAST WEEK: Taking responsibility for one’s actions is a lost art. We lie, we cheat, we weasel, we squirm, we finagle, we do whatever we can to gain an advantage, we work the system, and we consult the most expensive lawyers we can. In this chilling, must-see video post to YouTube this week, one man confessed that he killed a man while he was driving drunk. He did so before charges were filed against him. He is begging for forgiveness. He is begging for you to think twice before you drive drunk. The social movement/non-profit group because I said I would is behind the video. Its mission it is to bring power back to promises. Watch Matthew’s shockingly dark confession, “I killed a man,” above. According to BISIW, Matthew made the video to raise awareness of drinking and driving. He fully expects to serve time in prison. Matthew decided to make this video and release it prior to any charges being filed against him. His goal is to raise awareness about the terrible consequences that drunk driving can have on innocent people. Read more about his story right here. Incredible. SEE ALSO: • Father of Drunk-Driving Victim Asks Jason Kidd to Apologize • What It’s Like to Tail a Drunk Driver MOST RECENT BY Slade Sohmer:Best GIF of 2013: Blizzard Signer & Fan LadyGeorge Clooney Supports Ukrainian Demonstrators, Films VerticallyR. Kelly Compared Chris Brown to Ali, MLK and Jesus Because Of Course Slade Sohmer Slade Sohmer is editor-in-chief of HyperVocal and co-host of SiriusXM's daily "Politics Powered By Twitter" program. Tweet him at @SladeHV.