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BABronco
06-14-2009, 09:51 AM
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not sure if this has been shown anywhere here yet but if not here it is

theAPAOps5
06-14-2009, 09:58 AM
Another cop with an ego not surprised. POS hope he got fired.

UberBroncoMan
06-14-2009, 10:04 AM
God -_-... I saw this video yesterday on the news. There are times to get pissed if someone give you the finger and times to let it go. This was a time to let it go, and the fact the cop used his tour of duty in Iraq as an excuse only makes me even more embarrassed.

ohiobronco2
06-14-2009, 10:06 AM
A POS on a power trip.

Bronco Rob
06-14-2009, 10:14 AM
"Right about now EMT court is in full effect.
Judge Dre presiding in the case of EMT versus the police department."







:thumbs:

BroncoLifer
06-14-2009, 10:23 AM
A POS with a badge. And I am pro-police.

Bronx33
06-14-2009, 10:37 AM
Iam speechless what an complete waste of time to gain nothing other than assert his postion does he even care that his camera is running in the car filming the whole thing. LOL and what's more funny is some court time is going to be wasted dealing with this stupid event caught by his own freaking camera.

TheReverend
06-14-2009, 10:52 AM
I saw it was 8 minutes and I didn't bother. Anything cool happen?

epicSocialism4tw
06-14-2009, 11:06 AM
I saw it was 8 minutes and I didn't bother. Anything cool happen?

They opened the ambulance doors and about 45 illegal Mexican transvestite clowns poured out of it.

BroncoLifer
06-14-2009, 11:14 AM
They opened the ambulance doors and about 45 illegal Mexican transvestite clowns poured out of it.

Wait, those were transvestites????

TheReverend
06-14-2009, 12:02 PM
They opened the ambulance doors and about 45 illegal Mexican transvestite clowns poured out of it.

brb watching 8 min clip

broncsyanks
06-14-2009, 12:06 PM
well i agree the cop should have waited to the hospital to do that. but i do agree with the cop in regards to the manager or whoever he thought he was. how are you going to tell a cop what to do? it doesnt work that way. sorry. there both wrong

Karenin
06-14-2009, 12:34 PM
cue Florida Bronco coming to the defense of yet another corrupt cop in 3...2...1...

FireFly
06-14-2009, 03:19 PM
I'd really like to hear how this ended up. The dude doesn't deserve to be wearing a uniform and I hope he lost his badge over this.

Garcia Bronco
06-14-2009, 04:57 PM
well i agree the cop should have waited to the hospital to do that. but i do agree with the cop in regards to the manager or whoever he thought he was. how are you going to tell a cop what to do? it doesnt work that way. sorry. there both wrong

They stopped an ambulance in route with a patient. The EMT is in charge of the tranport just as must as a Sargent is in charge of his squad. Once the police were aware that a patient was onboard they had no right to detain or impede their progress. They broke the law.

footstepsfrom#27
06-14-2009, 06:33 PM
They opened the ambulance doors and about 45 illegal Mexican transvestite clowns poured out of it.
Eh...are you sure you're not confuing this with something on your DVD collection? I counted one guy (black) getting out of the back and later someone getting in the back...others coming from seemingly off camera...maybe in following cars.

Spider
06-14-2009, 06:40 PM
well i agree the cop should have waited to the hospital to do that. but i do agree with the cop in regards to the manager or whoever he thought he was. how are you going to tell a cop what to do? it doesnt work that way. sorry. there both wrong

No both was not wrong , the cop lost the situation when he started Cussing , the Highway Patrol is not allowed to Curse , or talk down to someone in that situation ,Secondly the cop is in the wrong when he learned they had a patient , he still detained them , never once asked about the patient or the patients condition ........
when a cop pulls you over he is to keep control of himself and the situation , the cop failed on all levels ............. And yes the manager or the one in charge has to step out , he is responsible for the patient as well as everyone in that that Ambulance , It is his ( The Managers ) responsibility to investigate the cause of any delay while in route with a patient that needs medical care .......... In other words the Cop done ****ed up

footstepsfrom#27
06-14-2009, 06:59 PM
It was roughly 8 seconds between the time the ambulance appears on camera and the cop runs up behind him, and the driver's argument was that he ran up on him suddenly. If you watch closely you can see that there's a car pulling over in front of the ambulance, so he didn't have much opportunity to pull over untill he passes him, and then it looks like he's actully moving to the right as the cop passes.

It's just fortunate nobody died in the ambulance waiting on this.

Dedhed
06-14-2009, 07:14 PM
Makes you feel safe, doesn't it. How do retards like this get through a selection process to be a pig?

Bronx33
06-14-2009, 07:17 PM
Makes you feel safe, doesn't it. How do retards like this get through a selection process to be a pig?


First step is demanding respect before you have earned it. Ha!

epicSocialism4tw
06-14-2009, 07:27 PM
First step is demanding respect before you have earned it. Ha!

Ha!

Flex Gunmetal
06-15-2009, 12:55 AM
well i agree the cop should have waited to the hospital to do that. but i do agree with the cop in regards to the manager or whoever he thought he was. how are you going to tell a cop what to do? it doesnt work that way. sorry. there both wrong

lol are you serious?

FireFly
06-15-2009, 02:07 AM
I think the real point here is that the woman in the back of the ambulance could have DIED.

He didn't even check her condition. What if she had have been bleeding to death while he went about cussing and carrying on like an idiot?

BabyTO
06-15-2009, 03:17 AM
Take away his badge and then lets see how tough he is. These cops always crack me up. Probably didn't get enough attention when they were little from mommy and daddy.

Hulamau
06-15-2009, 03:30 AM
No both was not wrong , the cop lost the situation when he started Cussing , the Highway Patrol is not allowed to Curse , or talk down to someone in that situation ,Secondly the cop is in the wrong when he learned they had a patient , he still detained them , never once asked about the patient or the patients condition ........
when a cop pulls you over he is to keep control of himself and the situation , the cop failed on all levels ............. And yes the manager or the one in charge has to step out , he is responsible for the patient as well as everyone in that that Ambulance , It is his ( The Managers ) responsibility to investigate the cause of any delay while in route with a patient that needs medical care .......... In other words the Cop done ****ed up

Absolutely right Spider, the guy screwed the pooch royally. Will likely be doing gardening at the local precinct the next ten years ... if he's lucky.

Cosmo
06-15-2009, 04:37 AM
Look. I hate cops because of how they act, I don't care if their job makes them this way. I have no tickets on my record, have never been arrested and basically shouldn't have a poor opinion of cops.

However, the few times I have interacted with cops (1 parking ticket, and brief discussions away from a vehicle) they act like giant dicks. I have no respect for them. I appreciate what they do, but they all need major sensitivity training and anger management classes.

As for this officer, he can go to hell. Where does he get off thinking that his emergency vehicle is more important than the Ambulance? Sorry, but I could care less about the stupid agenda of the cop, the ambulance was heading to potentially save someone's life. Odds are the cop was responding to a simple disturbance (something so important that he pulled away from it after 20 seconds).

So, the cop can go die in a fire for all I care. Stupid cops.

HILife
06-15-2009, 04:42 AM
They opened the ambulance doors and about 45 illegal Mexican transvestite clowns poured out of it.

I only saw 40. Where were the other 5?

dbfan21
06-15-2009, 05:52 AM
They opened the ambulance doors and about 45 illegal Mexican transvestite clowns poured out of it.

Hilarious!

TailgateNut
06-15-2009, 06:33 AM
Will likely be doing gardening at the local precinct the next ten years ... if he's lucky.
That's one of the problems. Everytime one of these clowns **** up, we, the taxpayers get to pay his salary while under investigation and then he continues to get his paycheck while assigned to some duty which could be performed by someone making half his pay.

TailgateNut
06-15-2009, 06:36 AM
As I said when this story was originally released (w/o all of the video), this guy needs to be FIRED. No Vacation, no retirement, no benefits. These hormonally imballanced assholes need to get the message. "Just because one idiot gives you a badge and gun, doesn't give you the right to become more of a jerk than you were prior to graduating from PIG SCHOOL"!

broncofan7
06-15-2009, 06:37 AM
Wow--this video is infuriating--that cop needs to find another line of work--if simply receiving a middle finger can set him off to the point where he is willing to sacrifice a person's health--he was serving all right--serving himself, and certainly not protecting anyone........what a disgrace.......

vancejohnson82
06-15-2009, 07:52 AM
Ive watched this four times and I still don't see the Mexican transvestites...


Do I need special 3D glasses or something?

Garcia Bronco
06-15-2009, 08:35 AM
I wouldn't have stopped for him if driving the ambulance. I would have told him over the radio that a patient was onboard and we are traveling to the Hospital.

TailgateNut
06-15-2009, 08:37 AM
I wouldn't have stopped for him if driving the ambulance. I would have told him over the radio that a patient was onboard and we are traveling to the Hospital.

This cop would've probably put down a spike strip. He WAS on a mission to prove his "manliness".Hilarious!

Garcia Bronco
06-15-2009, 08:46 AM
cue Florida Bronco coming to the defense of yet another corrupt cop in 3...2...1...

FB is reasonable. HE wanted to see the dash mounted video, and now that it's out he can comment. Basically that viseo is exactly in line with the EMT and Drivers statement. Further more the driver has said that he did NOT give the officer the bird.

Garcia Bronco
06-15-2009, 08:46 AM
This cop would've probably put down a spike strip. He WAS on a mission to prove his "manliness".Hilarious!

It's hard to disagree based on both videos.

TailgateNut
06-15-2009, 09:27 AM
It's hard to disagree based on both videos.


It just baffles me to witness the amount of, and severity of police officers' misuse of their invisioned POWERS.

epicSocialism4tw
06-15-2009, 10:31 AM
Ive watched this four times and I still don't see the Mexican transvestites...


Do I need special 3D glasses or something?

:rofl:

youre trying too hard.

kappys
06-15-2009, 10:36 AM
FB is reasonable. HE wanted to see the dash mounted video, and now that it's out he can comment. Basically that viseo is exactly in line with the EMT and Drivers statement. Further more the driver has said that he did NOT give the officer the bird.

Yeah FB seems willing to admit that their are a lot of bad cops out there - his usual point is that there is no point in resisting arrest or fighting with a bad cop on the scene - that just serves to escalate the situation and its better to take care of it later.

This is a different story though - with a patient in the ambulance they can't just be stopped for absolutely nothing. This cop needs to have his ass handed to him. Personally I think he deserves a nice cozy weekend retreat in jail along with his pink slip.

Garcia Bronco
06-15-2009, 01:14 PM
Yeah FB seems willing to admit that their are a lot of bad cops out there - his usual point is that there is no point in resisting arrest or fighting with a bad cop on the scene - that just serves to escalate the situation and its better to take care of it later.

This is a different story though - with a patient in the ambulance they can't just be stopped for absolutely nothing. This cop needs to have his ass handed to him. Personally I think he deserves a nice cozy weekend retreat in jail along with his pink slip.

Well they did not have lights on so I can technically understand the stop, but once that EMT said they had a patient onboard all bets are off. The officer should have let it go. The irony is him getting all upset about the supposed bird and then swear like sailor at the driver and EMT.

philiptr2
06-15-2009, 03:25 PM
Well they did not have lights on so I can technically understand the stop, but once that EMT said they had a patient onboard all bets are off. The officer should have let it go. The irony is him getting all upset about the supposed bird and then swear like sailor at the driver and EMT.

Yeah...with language like that I doubt a middle finger really offends him?

crowebomber
06-15-2009, 03:33 PM
What was this cop's "emergency" that warranted him passing the ambulance in the first place? All he did was pass him with his lights on, then go up to a parking lot so he could turn around and pull the paramedic over. He said the abulance didn't yield to an emergency vehicle, but what was the emergency?

Spider
06-17-2009, 07:05 PM
http://www.gazette.com/articles/martin-56610-ambulance-white.html
Attorney defends trooper in Oklahoma ambulance stop
Comments 21 | Recommend 6
June 15, 2009 - 8:53 PM
The Associated Press

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Bothered that an ambulance driver failed to yield to him as he raced to provide backup on a call - and angered further when he thought the driver flipped him an obscene gesture - state Trooper Daniel Martin decided to stop the ambulance and give the driver a piece of his mind.

What Martin didn't know then, his lawyer said Monday, was that there was a patient in the back of the ambulance.

"He's not this ogre, this depriver of people's rights," the trooper's attorney, Gary James, said. "He's a good man."

Since a cell phone video of the dispute taken by the patient's son was released last month, Martin has faced criticism and has been placed on paid leave pending an investigation. The patient, Stella Davis of Boley, was eventually treated and released from the hospital, but relatives and others have questioned why the ambulance was stopped and pushed for answers.

After the trooper stopped the vehicle, a paramedic jumped from the back and demanded that Martin talk to him instead of the driver, according to a longer video, taken by the dashboard camera in Martin's cruiser, that authorities released over the weekend.

"You get back in the ambulance, I'm talking to the driver," Martin said.

"I'm in charge of this unit, sir," the paramedic tells Martin, an Iraq war veteran who returned from the Middle East about a month before the May 24 incident in Paden, 40 miles east of Oklahoma City.

Martin tells the driver he's going to give him a ticket for failure to yield.

"I ain't going to be putting up with that (expletive)," Martin said. "You understand me?"

Then the paramedic, Maurice White Jr., said: "And I won't put up with you talking to my driver like that."

The situation escalates, with White repeatedly telling Martin he has a patient that he wants to take to the hospital, and Martin telling him to get back in the ambulance. They soon begin scuffling on the side of the road as Martin attempts to arrest White, at one point grabbing him by the throat, video shows.

Martin's attorney said the trooper - whom he described as a decorated sailor and a 15-year law enforcement veteran - didn't realize there was a patient in the ambulance until well after the situation had intensified. He either didn't hear it or it didn't register, he said.

Martin was trying to make a legitimate traffic stop, James said, when White became hostile, refused to comply with the patrolman's orders and caused the situation to spiral out of control.

James said the law allows an officer to pull over an ambulance if its emergency lights and sirens aren't running, as was the case in this incident.

Thompson Gouge, spokesman for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, which employs White as a paramedic, said the use of lights and sirens depends on the patient's medical situation. Sometimes the lights and sirens often won't be used when patients are transported to the hospital in order to keep them calm.

White's attorney, Richard O'Carroll, said the veteran paramedic was trying to protect his patient and that the trooper had no reason to stop the ambulance, let alone try and arrest White. The trooper's arms were bruised when White resisted arrest, James said.

"If the guy was bruised, it didn't make any difference," O'Carroll said. "He ought not to stop ambulance drivers for hurting his feelings."

Spider
06-17-2009, 07:07 PM
The trooper became hostile first , The trooper was told over and over there was a patient in there .... Lying ****er

Dudeskey
06-17-2009, 10:20 PM
100% Inexcusable-

Turn your badge in you b****-made punk...

bronco610
06-17-2009, 10:22 PM
Wait until he is shot on duty and needs an ambulance in that jurisdiction.

Dudeskey
06-17-2009, 10:44 PM
The trooper became hostile first , The trooper was told over and over there was a patient in there .... Lying ****er

They can lie all they want, but the tape makes him & his lawyer look like even bigger idiots, rather than just owning up...

broncocalijohn
06-17-2009, 11:24 PM
I think the real point here is that the woman in the back of the ambulance could have DIED.

He didn't even check her condition. What if she had have been bleeding to death while he went about cussing and carrying on like an idiot?

it was more about the cop and his concerns of being disrespected. So what if the patient died. She was old and he has many more years on the service. So dont you think he needs to show who is boss and master around those parts? First is to respect a man in a police uniform than man in garbage man uniform all the way down to a man in a Raiders uniform. Then you can talk about patients rights. Geeez!

Jerry Curl
06-18-2009, 05:11 PM
He didn't hear that they had a patient...really? If he can't hear that it was said numerous times then what other things might he 'not hear' at other times? He even looked inside and said they would try to make it quick, wtf.