Man on Fire, Attacked By Police

Jersey City, New Jersey on Sunday June the 4th 2017, local police were involved in a brief pursuit of a driver involved in two hit and runs, when the driver crashed into a utility pole and the car burst into flames. An innocent bystander simply walking down Tonnelle Avenue at the same time of the collision was covered in flammable liquids and burst into flames. The police officer’s first instinct is to kick the shit out the innocent man and then drag him away, all in the name of protecting and serving.

After viewing the video, the Hudson County Prosecutor commented; “Our investigators have reviewed the video and we believe with certainty that this man is the bystander from West New York who suffered burns, not Leo Pinkston, the individual pursued by police,” said Raymond Worrall, Director of Communications for the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office. “As I previously said, we will utilize all resources available to the Prosecutor’s Office for a full and thorough investigation as we seek to bring this matter to a rightful conclusion.” The Mayor of Jersey City tweeted this message

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The innocent victim has yet to be identified and last update is that he is in critical condition suffering from burns and other injuries related to the attack by the Jersey City Police Officers.

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Jersey City, New Jersey on Sunday June the 4th 2017, local police were involved in a brief pursuit of a driver involved in two hit and runs, when the driver crashed into a utility pole and the car burst into flames. An innocent bystander simply walking down Tonnelle Avenue at the same time of the collision was covered in flammable liquids and burst into flames. The police officer’s first instinct is to kick the shit out the innocent man and then drag him away, all in the name of protecting and serving.

After viewing the video, the Hudson County Prosecutor commented; “Our investigators have reviewed the video and we believe with certainty that this man is the bystander from West New York who suffered burns, not Leo Pinkston, the individual pursued by police,” said Raymond Worrall, Director of Communications for the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office. “As I previously said, we will utilize all resources available to the Prosecutor’s Office for a full and thorough investigation as we seek to bring this matter to a rightful conclusion.” The Mayor of Jersey City tweeted this message

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The innocent victim has yet to be identified and last update is that he is in critical condition suffering from burns and other injuries related to the attack by the Jersey City Police Officers.

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