All I'm pointing out is that I have read a detailed account of what happened. Hell, I have even read the Fire Chiefs response to the incident (hes really pissed) and the chief of police (who isn't too happy either) about what occurred.
The last I read about what happened to the cop is that he is facing disciplinary action.
The most ironic part about this story was that engine was there to shield the cops too from oncoming traffic to boot.
Cop: Move the truck
Firefighter: I cant
Cop: Get in the ****ing truck and move it NOW..
Cop: (cuffs come out) Now you're going to jail....
It's pretty simple - I have seen that "talk" thousands of times and have even been arrested for questioning a cop. That that is usually how cops work.... "do what the **** I tell you to do or you're going to jail" -- You see that's why these punk cops don't like to be filmed - because they usually arrest people for no reason at all.
It's quite obvious the fireman was just trying to help and the cop just wanted to assert his "power" by deciding himself there was no danger present.
But like I also said the fireman didn't even have permission to move the truck and before he could even get the permission he was arrested or rather detained for 30 minutes.
Hell, If I was the fireman you know what I would have said? Sure, I'll move the ****ing truck but if anyone here gets further hurt, or dies because some drunken fool plows into this ambulance and these victims - its all on you buddy.
I don't want to talk about this story anymore.... It's boring and I want to talk about something less remedial than this.
So as they say on "Shark Tank": "I'm Out!"
It would be ironic if the firefighter was on his way to stifle a raging fire...engulfing the police station...
Either I'm right or you're wrong.