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Body camera footage shows police never got out of cruiser to check for Ohio teen crushed by minivan seat

What a fucking surprise. Lazy ass cops and 911 dispatchers not giving two fucks about actually doing their job. These complacent oinkers couldn’t even bother to get their worthless, overweight, wife-beating asses out of their cruisers to check the parking lot for this kid. They were too busy sucking from the tit of the municipality, gobbling up our tax dollars while shaking down dope dealers on the side. Fuck the police.

Many Americans hate the police because of shit like this. Im a hard-line conservative when it comes to just about everything else. But when it comes to law enforcement, the ire we have for them is something that we can both agree on. Police officers(approx. 30%)are selfish low-IQ sociopaths who are simply nothing more than low-grade, decency-lacking human beings when it comes down to it.

This kid was pleading with the 911 dispatcher to send help immediately, and made it clear how dire the situation was, saying he was dying and to tell his loved ones goodbye. How much more confirmation do emergency services require in order to sound the alarm and start pulling out all the stops in order to locate and rescue this citizen in need? I mean are they fucking serious? What else do they have to do except respond to emergencies like this every once and a while. They should have had any and all cops and paramedics scouring those parking lots non stop. They had plenty of personell and plenty of time.

This shows you just how many of these cops and other emergency service workers are just there to cash a paycheck and have no instictual drive to actually help their fellow human. I will exclude paramedics from this generalization, but far too many of you pigs and 911 dispatchers have been caught out being insolent lazy fuckheads.

The whole municipality of this town in Ohio dropped the ball bigtime here. Here was one of the most severe emergencies that this town might have ever seen, and instead of showing the heroism of our emergency service workers, this simply played out as an audit of their competency, and they failed miserably.


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Body camera footage shows police never got out of cruiser to check for Ohio teen crushed by minivan seat.

FOX NEWS | April 21, 2018 9:22 am

© Teenager Kyle Plush called Cincinnati 9-1-1 twice from inside the van before his death; Matt Finn pieces this story together from Chicago.

Body camera footage from two Cincinnati officers showed they never left their patrol car to investigate the 911 calls about a teen being stuck in a minivan last week.

Kyle Plush, 16, called 911 twice on April 10, 2018, from inside a minivan begging for help and providing a dispatcher with a description and location of the vehicle in a school parking lot. Plush suffocated after he became trapped under the third-row seat that flipped and pinned him while he was trying to reach his tennis equipment. Police said Amber Smith, the 911 operator who answered Plush’s second call, failed to relay information to the additional officers who were at the scene.

During the call, Plush explained to Smith the call was not a joke.

“I am trapped inside my gold Honda Odyssey van in the parking lot of the Seven Hills…Send officers immediately,” Plush pleaded. “I’m almost dead.”

Smith, who has been a 911 operator for four years, returned to work this week after being put on administrative leave. She told supervisors her computer froze and she was unable to put information into the system. She also told her supervisors she didn’t hear the teenager, according to a police quality review report obtained by FOX19.

The footage showed Officers Edsel Osborne and Brian Brazile driving their cruiser around the parking lot but not leaving the vehicle, WCPO reported. Music appeared to be playing in the background.

“I don’t see nobody, which I didn’t imagine I would,” one of the officers was heard saying.

“I’m going to shut this off,” one of the officers was heard saying.

Records showed officers were at the school for about 11 minutes.

The Cincinnati Enquirer reports the footage also shows the officers did not check all the school’s parking lots.

Osborne and Brazile were not placed on administrative leave, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported.

Tiffany Hardy, a spokesperson for the Cincinnati Police Department, said the footage was “the entirety of what was recorded.”

A Hamilton County deputy who was directing traffic also looked for the teen but did not find anything.

Another officer was told to respond to the scene later in the day but thought the call was a joke.

“I think somebody’s playing pranks. It was something about they were locked in a vehicle across from the school, we never found anything. But we’ll respond and see what else we can find,” an officer was heard saying in the radio transmission.

Plush was found dead hours later by his father.

Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac has called for an internal investigation into the teen’s death and why first responders failed to help him.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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