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The police said he was jaywalking but after rethinking this situation, I am now convinced if the driver wasn't drunk, the police taking the report was.
How can my father be jaywalking between two major cross-walks, in front of a train station, filled with people crossing the street at any given moment.
The police said the driver didn't see my father, yet she saw a bag of empty coke cans in his person. My father crossed the entire road to get to the middle of the road when the driver driving on the opposite direction said she was driving slowly when she hit him. Well she broke every bone on my dad's body. She hit him on the driver side and he landed on the back of her car, and she didn't even get one citation?Had my father been the driver who hit and KILLED a black girl, the freaking AL Sharpton would be arranging parades screaming discrimination. My father was KILLED, the police treated my father like he was some homeless fool picking up can's and this stupid witch driving the car with minimum insurance got away with NOTHING, and a pat on the back for stoping to see if my dad was ok. What, did the police wanted her to do, drive back and over him? Fools! Someone needs to be accountable for his death, actually I want both of them to be accountable. One for her stupidity and the other for doing a lousy job as a police officer. Hours later after visiting my dad at the hospital, I went to the place where the accident occurred and I was shocked to see my dad's belongings still left on the side walk. WTF
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