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Los Angeles Police Vehicle Hits Naked Man in the Street


An LAPD patrol car struck and killed a naked may lying in the street on Sunday evening. The officers were reposnding to reports that the man was running around the area. The incident happened two blocks from where the man was reported to be. Read Full Story Here.

July 28, 2014
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Tags: LAPD, California, Traffic Fatality


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jj @ 7/28/2014 2:55 PM

The family of a drunk or crazy jerk will try to get money from the City for wrongful death. Hope the City of LA tells them to jump off a high bridge, and gives the two officers appropriate mental counseling, as this will affect them the rest of the lives.

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