and yet another tragedy...motor cop killed by truck

Discussion in 'Bay Area Bikers' started by barbz, Jun 27, 2003.

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    barbz Guest

    barbz, Jun 27, 2003
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    Dan Carter Guest

    Protective gear has nothing to do with it. He was trying to get off his
    bike to avoid the truck, which made a U-turn to come after him. Say
    goodbye to civilization, Mr. Kevin Williams. On to Death Row and the
    Needle for you, motherfucker.
    Dan Carter, Jun 27, 2003
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    mike Guest

    Ditto. The worlds gone mad.
    mike, Jun 27, 2003
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    Alan Moore Guest

    Freom the article.

    Bennett, 38, was a defending champion at the regionwide motorcycle
    training and competition held at Qualcomm Stadium this month.
    3/4 helmet, boots, flak vest and gloves -- i.e. uniform for a
    motorcycle patrolman.
    Also from the article:

    Seven minutes passed from the time of the crash to the arrest.

    Williams suffered unspecified injuries and was transported to a
    Hillcrest hospital.

    Since there were several hit-and-runs between the assault on Officer
    Bennett and the arrest, I imagine that Kevin Williams will be occupied
    for some time to come with legal matters. As one of the booking
    officers said: "I hope you don't have any plans for tonight." Or a lot
    of nights to come.

    Al Moore
    DoD 734
    Alan Moore, Jun 28, 2003
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    barbz Guest

    Following this incident, and a shooting death of an officer in
    Oceanside, I saw on the news last night that there was another incident
    in Oceanside where a driver tried to run down a cop, and wound up taking
    a few caps. Not bad shooting, considering the officer was dodging the
    guy's stolen car at the time!
    barbz, Jun 30, 2003
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    Alan Moore Guest

    Had a case like this in San Francisco a few years back. The motorcycle
    patrolman was able to hit the fleeing car _after_ having been knocked
    over. Nothing like a bullet hole to make a car easy to identify

    Al Moore
    DoD 734
    Alan Moore, Jul 1, 2003
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