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Monday, July 21, 2014

California Cop Turns Aggressive on Accident Victim in the Name of "Safety"

By Carlos Miller

Once again, a cop?s fear for his life led him to believe he was justified in physically injuring a man, even though the man was already reeling from an automobile accident that left the car on its side.

The incident took place in Chico, California June 10 after Joseph Rosales, 64, crashed his SUV into a building. Rosales said his dog hopped into his lap, causing him to lose control of his car.

Somebody called 911 as several citizens rushed up to help. At least two people pulled out their cameras to record.

Chico police officer David Bailey arrived on the scene to save the day, ordering Rosales to climb out of the car.

?Get out of the car now!? Bailey yelled.

But Rosales was concerned about his dog. ?He also suggested that perhaps he could crawl out the back if somebody would open the trunk.

But Bailey was concerned that the building was about to collapse on him.

?I don?t want to be killed because you?re getting your dog,? he shouted.

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