& # 39; You're the stupidest person I've met & # 39 ;: agents with grammatically challenged agents are in hot water after they threaten to arrest a driver for & # 39; murder accessory & # 39; – because she did not declare
- Two NSW police officers were found to be in serious breach of their duties
- They crossed two women because one of them did not wear a seat belt
- The men, however, became rude and threatened to take them to prison for a fight
- An officer threatened to arrest the driver as a & # 39; accessory for murder & # 39;
Two police officers seriously violated the protocol when they ran over a female driver and threatened to arrest her because they were & # 39; complicit in murder & # 39; was discovered by a commission.
The Law Enforcement Conduct Commission (LECC) published a video of the incident in April when the two senior agents run over the 24-year-old driver and her stepmother in Parramatta, western Sydney.
The officers chased the car because they believed the older woman was not wearing a seat belt and did not report at a roundabout.
The Law Enforcement Conduct Commission (LECC) released a video in April of the incident where the two senior agents stopped the 24-year-old driver and her stepmother in Parramatta, western Sydney (pictured in the car)
When they persuaded the women, an officer said: “You must be the stupidest person I've met as a driver of a motor vehicle with a police vehicle (following you) since Church Street here. & # 39;
The woman explained that she wasn't sure if the police were chasing her – the officer, however, spoke about her and continued his verbal attack.
He then began demanding identification of the women, with the young driver explaining that her passenger had nothing with him.
When the woman failed to produce it, he said they would & # 39; take her back to prison anyway & # 39; before he demanded the passenger to get out of the car.
The officer told his fellow officer to hit the cuffs on the driver while he pulled something out of the car.
When the women tried to ask questions and explain their situation, he told them he & # 39; would accuse her as an accessory for murder & # 39 ;.
The officers demanded that the women (photo) get out of the car because the passenger had no identification with them
& # 39; Don't argue with me about love or you'll be back in the Paddy Car as an accessory for bloody murder, & # 39; he said.
As he rumbled through the car, his fellow officer told the 24-year-old that she had to surrender her driver's license if she & # 39; didn't know how to drive on Australian roads & # 39 ;.
He then asked her to swear & # 39; with God & # 39; and & # 39; swear by Allah & # 39 ;.
When there was confusion about the date of birth of the older woman, the officer said she had 30 seconds to tell the truth or he would take her to a police station.
The other officer then said & # 39; Villawood & # 39; – and when the driver said she had a temporary visa, he said the older woman had & # 39; help and assistance & # 39 ;.
When the women tried to ask questions and explain their situation, he told them he & # 39; would accuse her of being an accessory for murder & # 39;
The police accused the young driver of driving an unbridled passenger, negligent driving, disobedient police, non-compliance with driving license conditions and not reporting at a roundabout.
She complained to the LECC about how she and her stepmother were being treated.
An officer said he was & # 39; not proud & & # 39; to some comments he made to the women – of which he & # 39; no authority & # 39; had.
He said on the day he & # 39; lost his calm & & # 39 ;.
During the investigation, the officer denied that his behavior was because the women were Muslims.
He admitted that his behavior seemed to be racially motivated for the women or people passing by on the street.
One of the officers (not shown) threatened to take the driver to jail because he had argued as a & # 39; accessory for murder & # 39;
He also apologized for some of his comments he made during the traffic stop.
The other officer denied trying to create the impression that the passenger would be taken to Villawood Detention Center for claims that she had violated the terms of her visa.
He admitted that he was rude to the women the day.
The LECC noted that the officers had been rude to members of the public in the past and advised disciplinary action.
An NSW Police spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia: “The NSW Police Force recognizes the recent reports published by the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission and will consider all recommendations.
& # 39; A formal response will be given to the LECC in due course. & # 39;
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