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(AutoBlog)   NYC cop who's foot was run over by a Ferrari says the only thing that can alleviate the severe pain is $10M cash   (autoblog.com) divider line 182
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8413 clicks; posted to Main » on 23 Aug 2012 at 10:14 AM (2 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2012-08-23 09:28:52 AM
FTA: "I believe he deliberately drove towards me with an intent to hurt me."

I was right with ya, until you said this. He was moving and you kept moving towards his front and tire. His intent was to slip by you without touching you.
 
2012-08-23 10:16:05 AM
New York City cop, who is the foot, was run over by a Ferrari.

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2012-08-23 10:16:12 AM
I bet he held his pinkie to his mouth, too.
 
2012-08-23 10:16:44 AM
who's? Seriously?
 
2012-08-23 10:17:05 AM

NYC cop who's foot


A cop who is foot? Interesting.
 
2012-08-23 10:17:14 AM
I'm surprised he didn't shoot the guy for "trying to run him over".
 
2012-08-23 10:17:16 AM

jaylectricity: FTA: "I believe he deliberately drove towards me with an intent to hurt me."

I was right with ya, until you said this. He was moving and you kept moving towards his front and tire. His intent was to slip by you without touching you.


Which is even more stupid.
 
2012-08-23 10:18:33 AM
Cops shoot poor people who offend them - they sue the rich ones.
 
2012-08-23 10:18:54 AM
The $10M isn't justified, but maybe they could settle out of court for a few cockpunches. That guy seems like an overgrown child.
 
2012-08-23 10:19:18 AM

jaylectricity: FTA: "I believe he deliberately drove towards me with an intent to hurt me."

I was right with ya, until you said this. He was moving and you kept moving towards his front and tire. His intent was to slip by you without touching you.


Plus he would have simply murdered the driver if that was the case.
 
2012-08-23 10:20:33 AM
Subby,

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2012-08-23 10:20:42 AM

jaylectricity: FTA: "I believe he deliberately drove towards me with an intent to hurt me."

I was right with ya, until you said this. He was moving and you kept moving towards his front and tire. His intent was to slip by you without touching you.


Wrong. The cop was writing the ticket and positioned himself in front of the car before Richie McDouche started to pull out and ran over the cops foot. If this was basketball the cop has established position and McDouche gets called for the charge.
 
2012-08-23 10:20:52 AM

Englebert Slaptyback: NYC cop who's foot


A cop who is foot? Interesting.


Yeah - stick an apostrophe any old where you want. It doesn't matter.
 
2012-08-23 10:22:10 AM

downtownkid: jaylectricity: FTA: "I believe he deliberately drove towards me with an intent to hurt me."

I was right with ya, until you said this. He was moving and you kept moving towards his front and tire. His intent was to slip by you without touching you.

Wrong. The cop was writing the ticket and positioned himself in front of the car before Richie McDouche started to pull out and ran over the cops foot. If this was basketball the cop has established position and McDouche gets called for the charge.


Except in the ACC, where the Carolina coach will whine endlessly until the refs stop calling the foul.
 
2012-08-23 10:24:46 AM
Always run over a pigs head. That way you won't do any damage to them. Oh I almost forgot. Die in a fire pigs.
 
2012-08-23 10:25:39 AM
+1, Traylor.
 
2012-08-23 10:26:55 AM

downtownkid: jaylectricity: FTA: "I believe he deliberately drove towards me with an intent to hurt me."

I was right with ya, until you said this. He was moving and you kept moving towards his front and tire. His intent was to slip by you without touching you.

Wrong. The cop was writing the ticket and positioned himself in front of the car before Richie McDouche started to pull out and ran over the cops foot. If this was basketball the cop has established position and McDouche gets called for the charge.


Guy's a douche, but the cop is a bigger douche. The cop intentionally stuck his foot under the tire. It's a PARKING TICKET. You have his license plate, send it to him in the mail.
 
2012-08-23 10:26:55 AM
meh, i would say the same thing. if you're going to get hit, run over, or otherwise injured by a vehicle make sure it's a really nice car.
 
2012-08-23 10:27:42 AM
Guy should countersue for damages to his tire and the dent from where the poor, injured cop slammed him against the side of the Ferrari. I think douchbag internet entrepreneur actually has a better case and it was all captured on camera.
 
2012-08-23 10:31:52 AM
First I wonder why the cop made zero attempt to take control of the situation. As in simply explain to the man "I'm writing you a citation for no front plate and the like, please stand over here on the sidewalk." That seems logical way to handle this. After all the guy could have a weapon in the car for all the officer knows. Plus you have to hand him the ticket anyway.

Then the guy double downs on all this by just thinking he'll drive off.

Now the cop is going to raise the bar again by demanding 10 million, making it clear the cop was works comp shopping in the first place. fark everyone involved in this.
 
2012-08-23 10:34:26 AM
When I first saw this video, I joined in on the hate-fest for the douchey Ferrari driver.

Guess the cop is just as bad.
 
2012-08-23 10:34:32 AM

Englebert Slaptyback: NYC cop who's foot


A cop who is foot? Interesting.


Explains why he wants so much money, all of him was run over.
 
2012-08-23 10:36:24 AM
I hope the jury doubles it.
 
2012-08-23 10:38:19 AM
Metah maids: scum o de oith.
 
2012-08-23 10:38:30 AM
Anyone have their foot run over by a car before? Surprisingly it doesn't even hurt. So what's the $10 million for?
 
2012-08-23 10:38:56 AM
I would assume that if a cop were in the middle of writing a ticket, the unwise thing to do would be to try to move the car one iota, especially after the cop clearly said "Stop" several times.
 
2012-08-23 10:39:48 AM

downtownkid: jaylectricity: FTA: "I believe he deliberately drove towards me with an intent to hurt me."

I was right with ya, until you said this. He was moving and you kept moving towards his front and tire. His intent was to slip by you without touching you.

Wrong. The cop was writing the ticket and positioned himself in front of the car before Richie McDouche started to pull out and ran over the cops foot. If this was basketball the cop has established position and McDouche gets called for the charge.


Wrong, his feet weren't planted and he leaned into it.
 
2012-08-23 10:40:02 AM
How is it that cops are shielded from being sued directly in the course of their duties but can turn around and sue regular citizens for things that take place in the course of their duties ?
 
2012-08-23 10:40:15 AM
I'd sue the shiat out of the little pretentious farker too.
 
2012-08-23 10:40:31 AM

whatsupchuck: Guy should countersue for damages to his tire and the dent from where the poor, injured cop slammed him against the side of the Ferrari. I think douchbag internet entrepreneur actually has a better case and it was all captured on camera.


I agree - you can see where he turned the wheel just slightly to go around the cop and then without the car really moving the cop starts yelling about his foot. The cop was just looking for an excuse to go off on the guy.
 
2012-08-23 10:40:39 AM

whatsupchuck: Guy should countersue for damages to his tire and the dent from where the poor, injured cop slammed him against the side of the Ferrari. I think douchbag internet entrepreneur actually has a better case and it was all captured on camera.


there no way he has a better case. he clearly drove towards the cop who he could clearly see. intentionally hitting any person with a vehicle is frowned upon in most establishment. of course the cop is a shiatty cop for not using his words as internet douchenozzle mcgee approached the driver's door.
 
2012-08-23 10:40:40 AM
Weren't his feet already flat?
 
2012-08-23 10:41:23 AM

studebaker hoch: I'm surprised he didn't shoot the guy for "trying to run him over".


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2012-08-23 10:41:38 AM
I say good on him - I hope he wins

Rich douche bag is douchey
 
2012-08-23 10:41:44 AM
Cop vs. dumb biatch in a Maserati....hmmmm....this is a tough one...
 
2012-08-23 10:41:45 AM

kindms: How is it that cops are shielded from being sued directly in the course of their duties


They aren't.
 
2012-08-23 10:42:13 AM

marleymaniac: The cop intentionally stuck his foot under the tire.


Yeah. Plus, he tried to do it sneakily. If he didn't want the guy to pull away, he could stand directly in front of the car. Instead, he stood beside the car and edged his foot out in front of the tire. I doubt the driver could even have seen his foot from that angle.
 
2012-08-23 10:42:49 AM

robbiex0r: downtownkid: jaylectricity: FTA: "I believe he deliberately drove towards me with an intent to hurt me."

I was right with ya, until you said this. He was moving and you kept moving towards his front and tire. His intent was to slip by you without touching you.

Wrong. The cop was writing the ticket and positioned himself in front of the car before Richie McDouche started to pull out and ran over the cops foot. If this was basketball the cop has established position and McDouche gets called for the charge.

Wrong, his feet weren't planted and he leaned into it.


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2012-08-23 10:43:27 AM
So today is double-douche day?
 
2012-08-23 10:43:37 AM

traylor: Subby,

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Right there with ya ... when in doubt, substitute "who is"

If it works, use "who's"

If it doesn't, use "whose"
 
2012-08-23 10:44:03 AM

A Fark Handle: he clearly drove towards the cop who he could clearly see.


Cop was next to the car, not in front of it, so unless he's got a magical car that can go sideways, he didn't drive "towards" the cop.
 
2012-08-23 10:45:01 AM

The Muthaship: kindms: How is it that cops are shielded from being sued directly in the course of their duties

They aren't.


Um

"Individual police officers can be (and are) sued for almost anything that any other individual can be sued for, and for almost anything that an attorney can dream up. However, IF they were acting in the performance of their duties it is generally difficult to successfully press these cases unless they were clearly acting outside their official capacity. Keep this in mind however, police unions and fraternal organizations have bceome more zealous in defending their members against frivolous lawsuits. If a frivoulous lawsuit is thrown out or dismissed they have been counter-suing the original so-called plaintiff for damages and expenses."

So essentially they are.
 
2012-08-23 10:45:36 AM

weirdneighbour: Weren't his feet already flat?


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Oh, a wise guy, eh?
 
2012-08-23 10:46:17 AM
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Is it a frivolous lawsuit?... perhaps, but certainly no less frivolous than the mcdonalds-hot-coffee thing, or countless other precendents.

And Douchie-mc-ferrari driver seems like he could stand to lose a few g's while the metre maid takes a vacation. let him sue.
 
2012-08-23 10:47:41 AM

cassanovascotian: no less frivolous


no more frivolous... argh.
 
2012-08-23 10:47:46 AM

kindms: So essentially they are.


No, they aren't. There are administrative steps often required before they can be sued. But, as your own quote clearly states, they can be sued and are constantly. It's not their fault the vast majority of the cases are frivolous.
 
2012-08-23 10:48:23 AM
You would sue too, since in this country there's a 60 percent chance the court would rule in favor.
 
2012-08-23 10:48:31 AM
Ferrari means money-- if the driver was attempting to leave the scene, PD can mail the citation to the offender.
 
2012-08-23 10:48:44 AM
Willie Gingrich: Now tell me, Mr. Cimoli, exactly how did you break your hip?

Mr. Cimoli: It's my *pelvis*!

Willie Gingrich: All right, your pelvis. How did it happen?

Mr. Cimoli: Well I was coming out of the store, and there it was on the sidewalk.

Willie Gingrich: What?

Mr. Cimoli: [Shows Gingrich a banana peel] This.

Willie Gingrich: I see. And you were coming out of *what* store?

Mr. Cimoli: Nat's Delicatessen, on Euclid Avenue.

Willie Gingrich: Too bad.

Mr. Cimoli: Oh, such pain.

Willie Gingrich: I mean too bad it didn't happen further down the street in front of the May Company. From *them* you can collect. Couldn't you have dragged yourself another twenty feet?

/obscure?
 
2012-08-23 10:49:13 AM
Ask for $10m, settle for $1m.
 
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