lördag 8 februari 2014

USA: - Polis stoppade ambulans med akut sjuk patient - och började misshandla föraren

En polis-video-klassiker från USA 2009. Polisarbete när det är som "bäst." En sheriff i Oklohoma stoppade en ambulans under en akuttransport till sjukhus med en väldigt sjuk patient...(video)
USA-Sheriffen börjar därefter bete sig fullständigt okontrollerat. Han tar stryptag och misshandlar ambulansföraren, försöker dela ut böter, hotar att fängsla och arrestera alla möjliga personer som kommer till platsen både inom och utanför sjukvården. Allt påminner om "Monty Pythons Flygande Circus" men det hörs inga skratt i bakgrunden...

Alltsammans sker samtidigt den dödssjuka patienten ligger bak i den stillastående ambulansen. Sheriffen öppnar plötsligt listigt ambulansdörren och förklarar för den akut sjuke patienten, att hon får komma till sjukhus först efter han är klar med sin vendetta mot sjukvårdspersonalen...
I stämningsansökan mot polisen framkommer att ambulansföraren inte ens vågade använda sirenen vid transporten p.g.a. patientens dåliga tillstånd. Sjukvårdspersonalen ansåg att sirenen kunde förvärra patientens tillstånd ytterligare och orsaka exempelvis hjärtstillestånd genom stress...

Full Dash Cam Video of Oklahoma Highway Patrol vs EMT

Uppladdad den 13 jun 2009
An Oklahoma police officer is on paid administrative leave, following an altercation with ambulance personnel while they were transporting a patient to the hospital. 
- Trooper Daniel Martin, a member of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP), was caught on video by his police vehicle's dashboard-camera in a physical struggle with paramedic Maurice White, Jr. after Martin pulled the ambulance over. 

Martin had previously passed the ambulance while en route to another call, but came back and pulled over the ambulance. The incident occurred on May 24, and footage from the police dash-cam was released following a tort claim filed by paramedic White.

It has also been suggested that the previous call had in-fact been to pick up his wife from a police station who was then present in the car during the incident between Martin and the ambulance.
Footage by the OHP released Friday shows the ambulance personnel repeatedly informing Trooper Martin that they have a patient in the back of the ambulance that they are in the midst of transporting to the hospital. 

Martin yells at the ambulance driver for making what he claims was an obscene gesture – the ambulance driver asserts he raised both hands signalling confusion at the police officer's actions. Trooper Martin can be heard telling the ambulance driver "I'm going to give you a ticket for failure to yield, and when I go by you saying 'What's going on?' you don't need to give me no hand gestures now, I ain't going to put up with that [expletive], do you understand me?"

The video from the police dash-cam is eight minutes long, and paramedic White can be seen twice being pushed up against his ambulance by Trooper Martin. In one instance, Martin shoves White up against the ambulance while gripping his neck tightly with his other hand. In a written statement, paramedic White described the hold placed on him by the Trooper, stating "he engaged my trachea in a claw-like grip digging his nail into my neck while partially shutting off my air supply." [...]

O'Carroll explained the decision of paramedic White not to use sirens while transporting his patient to the hospital: "There was a reason he wasn't running sirens. There was a suggestion of chest pains and a heart condition and sirens aggravate these conditions by increasing the blood pressure.

" However the attorney for Trooper Martin, Gary James, said that the ambulance was not exempt from regulations because it did not have its sirens on. "If they're not running their sirens or lights, they don't get afforded any emergency vehicle exemptions," said James.

Läs hela historien här:

Info från uppladdaren av videon:
(Thank you, STATter911) UPDATE (Thanks to Death2theNWO777):
STATter911 has the most up-to-date information on the situation:

Maurice White Jr. arrested following traffic stop. Oklahoma paramedic who was at the center of confrontation with OHP is accused of resisting arrest.

Medical technician files lawsuit against OHP trooper


Paramedic is a danger to the community according to Trooper Martin's attorney:


Oklahoma Highway Patrol confirms Trooper Daniel Martin is on paid administrative leave. Action happened on June 1, but announced yesterday.


Witness Says Trooper May Need Anger Management

Witness video:
Here is the statement made by the EMT:

And the ambulance driver:

Question Raised In Trooper, Paramedic Dispute
Posted: May 28, 2009 1:53 PM PDT Updated: May 28, 2009 2:45 PM PDT

OHP says before the home video was recording, the paramedic assaulted the state trooper.

Witness Diana Walkup says the paramedic never touched anyone until the patrolman grabbed his arm.

By Dan Bewley and Terry Hood, The News On 6

UNDATED - There are more details about a confrontation earlier this week between an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper and a paramedic in Okfuskee County. The incident was caught on tape as the trooper accuses the ambulance driver of not pulling over when the patrol car was trying pass him. What does the law say about who has the right of way?

It was Sunday along Highway 62 in Paden. Kenyada Davis is behind the cell phone camera. His mother was being transported by Muscogee Creek Nation EMS to a hospital in Prague.

5/27/2009 Related story: Trooper, Paramedic Fight Caught on Tape

In a statement obtained by The News On 6, paramedic Maurice White said the patrol car came within three feet of the ambulance with its lights on, eventually passing while telling the driver over the emergency radio: "You should consider checking you rearview mirrors."

Read the rest of the article at the link below:


For the trolls who are questioning this statement, here's the link:


At 2:36 the newscaster says the following: By the way, Kenyada's mother was treated and released.


I want to extend a special "thank you" to Cole Cash, who saw the first news coverage of this event and told me about the report.

USA: - Polis stoppade ambulans med akut sjuk patient och började misshandla föraren

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