posted on May, 28 2009 @ 12:44 PM
WOW! THat is a huge scene with witnesses all over. Luckily the guy had a camera. You can hear the patient screaming and her son saying, "It's
alright mama." Maybe the ambulance took a turn too fast, maybe there was a near collision, maybe there was a falsely reported crime involved, maybe
the EMT in the back had some warrants.......WHO CARES! The situation could have been handled at the hospital after the patient was safe! This
reminds me of the situation in Florida that got two officers and a suspect killed, because they decided to go to the GUN RANGE to arrest someone over
a domestic battery.
Fair warning to police: In that situation, the most important thing is to get your mother to the hospital, so I would be very courteous, but in the
upcoming days, weeks, months, years, those officers would come upon a whole lot of bad luck if that was one of my relatives. Niceness does not equate
to weakness, and the power police wield comes in controlling a situation with numbers and force. Two variables easily reversed with a little planning
and foresight. That officer won't be nearly so arrogant when approached one day while mowing his lawn!
The son was smart to get the tag number, use FOI act to get the citation with the officer's names. Use whatever contacts and friends you have to get
personal info, and as the old adage goes, "Revenge is best served cold!" After enough time had passed, and due to the fact I was not cited or
involved in any official reports from the incident, I would not even be a suspect.