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The part that bothers me is that the supervisor then goes on to insinuate that it is the nurse who is the cause of the issue...which makes it look like he is covering up for the department/arresting officers errors. As well as it looks like he is using the nurse as a "bargaining tool" in order to make the hospital comply. This may not be the case, but it certainly seems to be the case from the videos.
originally posted by: WUNK22
It's unfortunate that you think this way. This particular idiot not included, and should be fired immediately. They are caring helpful cops who give all to society, dealing with the worst in it. Thats a broad brush you have, much like the racist that says all of one group of people are bad due to the actions of a few.a reply to: andy06shake
The unconscious patient is identified as 43-year-old William Gray in Payne’s police report. Gray was driving a semi-truck on July 26 when a suspect, fleeing Logan, Utah police in a hot pursuit, swerved and slammed his pickup truck into Gray, igniting an explosion that left Gray burned. The suspect, Marco Torres, died at the scene. Video of the collision was posted by the Tribune.
Payne has since been temporarily suspended from the Salt Lake City Police Department’s blood-draw program. Sgt. Brandon Shearer says an internal investigation is ongoing.
What he fails to say is that, if the truck driver's blood shows drugs, he'll be arrested and partially blamed for the accident.