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The ‘disgusting’ photos of Porsche drivers from a truck accident show dead bodies of police officers

The Porsche driver at the center of a horror hit in which four police officers were murdered reportedly took graphic photos of their twisted bodies and shared them on social media before fleeing the scene.

Richard Pusey, 41, was charged with a series of charges late on Thursday evening after he was arrested for speeding 140 km / h at Melbourne’s Eastern Freeway near Kew on Wednesday and reportedly tested positive for drugs.

A group of police officers, including a new recruit and a mother of two, were gunned down by a truck while they were standing by the road waiting for his sports car to be seized.

Late on Thursday evening, on Thursday evening, Homicide Squad officers charged the 41-year-old several times, including reckless behavior that endangered life after a drug test and drug possession.

Before Pusey fled, he is said to have taken several disturbing images of their bodies scattered across the road – by posting them on his Facebook page rather than helping save their lives.

In the photos – which Daily Mail Australia has seen but chose not to publish – an officer body is shown on the roof of the black Porsche.

Pusey (pictured) is said to have taken disturbing photos in the crash, with the officers' lifeless bodies

Pusey (pictured) is said to have taken disturbing photos in the crash, with the officers’ lifeless bodies

Pusey's Porsche (pictured) is seen destroyed after being hit by truck on Wednesday afternoon, in a crash killing four police officers

Pusey's Porsche (pictured) is seen destroyed after being hit by truck on Wednesday afternoon, in a crash killing four police officers

Pusey’s Porsche (pictured) is seen destroyed after being hit by truck on Wednesday afternoon, in a crash killing four police officers

The truck plowed into the officer with such force, one of them was thrown into the air.

On the road, another officer is surrounded by blood, next to the truck.

Other drivers and witnesses try to help the fallen officers.

After reportedly taking the disturbing photos, Pusey – who has an extensive criminal record – is said to have fled the scene on foot, but has since been arrested.

Prominent Senior Constable Lynette Taylor, Constable Glen Humphris, Senior Constable Kevin King and Constable Josh Prestney were all killed.

Thursday night, Victoria Police chief Commissioner Graham Ashton called the alleged online posting of the photos “disgusting.”

Police stopped a fast-driving driver at 4:50 pm on Wednesday and then called for help from the highway patrol when they decided to seize the car. At 5:40 p.m., the refrigerator truck had been plowed into the three cars and four officers, killing them all

Police stopped a fast-driving driver at 4:50 pm on Wednesday and then called for help from the highway patrol when they decided to seize the car. At 5:40 p.m., the refrigerator truck had been plowed into the three cars and four officers, killing them all

Police stopped a fast-driving driver at 4:50 pm on Wednesday and then called for help from the highway patrol when they decided to seize the car. At 5:40 p.m., the refrigerator truck had been plowed into the three cars and four officers, killing them all

Pusey (photo) is said to have later shown the horrific photos to the staff of a pharmacy, who called the police

Pusey (photo) is said to have later shown the horrific photos to the staff of a pharmacy, who called the police

Pusey (photo) is said to have later shown the horrific photos to the staff of a pharmacy, who called the police

Victoria Police chief Superintendent Graham Ashton (pictured) called the alleged posting of the photos online “disgusting” – and vowed to do justice to the victims’ families.

“It’s incredible, I’ve never seen anything like it,” he told The Project.

“And the more you hear about that kind of behavior, you just get disgusted.

“We make sure that when we bring this person to court, we ultimately make sure that the court knows everything about what we believe to have happened on the spot.

“Normally you should do what every sensible person would do and that is to provide help.

“To just leave the scene and not offer help is, in our opinion, terrible behavior.”

Failure to provide assistance in the event of death carries a maximum prison sentence of 10 years.

Pusey is said to have shown the photos to a pharmacy staff in Collingwood on Thursday morning, who then called the police.

Josh Prestney (pictured) didn't graduate from the academy until December and was described as a 'beloved' member of the squad

Josh Prestney (pictured) didn't graduate from the academy until December and was described as a 'beloved' member of the squad

Josh Prestney (pictured) didn’t graduate from the academy until December and was described as a ‘beloved’ member of the squad

Pusey was subsequently arrested in the store, and police later saw his house searched.

He has since been identified as a notorious troublemaker, described as a ‘playboy’ by a Melbourne mortgage broker.

The man told it Herald Sun. Pusey “was a playboy, lived the fast life,” and liked to show off his Porsche and his multi-million dollar home.

Mohinder Singh Bajwa, the driver of the truck – who had a ‘medical episode’ and was blacked out on the spot – remains hospitalized under police.

It comes amid reports that Pusey only avoided being killed in the horror crash because he was peeing at the time of the impact.

A highway patrol car donned it around 4:50 p.m. and conducted a drug test.

He would have tested positive, so two more officers were called in to help seize his Porsche.

Leading Senior Constable Lynette Taylor (photo), 60, had a distinguished 31-year career with Victoria Police and joined in January 1989

Leading Senior Constable Lynette Taylor (photo), 60, had a distinguished 31-year career with Victoria Police and joined in January 1989

Leading Senior Constable Lynette Taylor (photo), 60, had a distinguished 31-year career with Victoria Police and joined in January 1989

Within minutes of the second police car arriving, Mr. Bajwa’s refrigerated truck hit the three cars – and the four officers were standing by the side of the road.

Commissioner Ashton said he had already met the victims’ devastated families.

“I had the chance,” he said.

“Today I visited all the close families of the officers who we lost last night and who were tragically killed in this clash.

“They are clearly shocked and are trying to process everything they have experienced in the past 24 hours.

Senior police officer Kevin King (pictured) was described as 'an older head with a lot of life experience who always made good decisions and made decisions'

Senior police officer Kevin King (pictured) was described as 'an older head with a lot of life experience who always made good decisions and made decisions'

Senior police officer Kevin King (pictured) was described as ‘an older head with a lot of life experience who always made good decisions and made decisions’

“What impressed me was what wonderful families they were.”

He confirmed that the incident started as a simple speed check, with officers claiming that the Porsche had driven at about 140 mph.

Commissioner Ashton’s police still have not had the opportunity to interview the driver of the truck and say that he “does not exclude anything.”

“Initially he had a medical episode on the spot,” he explained.

He passed out on the spot and was then treated by on-site ambulance officers.

“They felt that his condition was that he had to go to hospital under police surveillance, and that is still the case, he has been hospitalized.”

Constable Glen Humphris (photo) only started his police career last year and graduated in March

Constable Glen Humphris (photo) only started his police career last year and graduated in March

Constable Glen Humphris (photo) only started his police career last year and graduated in March

Commissioner Ashton released the obituaries of the four officers on Thursday evening when the police community mourned the loss.

Several devastated family members also took to Facebook Wednesday evening to pay heartbreaking tributes to their loved ones.

Constable Prestney, 28, did not graduate from the academy until November when he was murdered, after joining the police in May 2019.

“Josh was a much-loved and respected member of his team,” his obituary read.

“His brother, First Constable Alexander Prestney, is also a police officer and handed Josh his badge when he graduated last December.”

The police car arriving on site (photo) was crushed by a refrigerated van - killing four police officers standing by the roadside

The police car arriving on site (photo) was crushed by a refrigerated van - killing four police officers standing by the roadside

The police car arriving on site (photo) was crushed by a refrigerated van – killing four police officers standing by the roadside

Pusey (shown in a face mask) faces a series of potential allegations, including traffic violations and leaving the scene of an accident

Pusey (shown in a face mask) faces a series of potential allegations, including traffic violations and leaving the scene of an accident

Pusey (shown in a face mask) faces a series of potential allegations, including traffic violations and leaving the scene of an accident

In his spare time, Josh loved to keep fit and trained and competed in triathlons. He is survived by his parents Andrew and Belinda, and his brother, First Constable Alex Prestney. ‘

Constable Prestney completed a Bachelor in Creative Industry from the Australian College of the Arts before joining and stationed in Boroondara.

Senior Constable Taylor, 60, had a distinguished 31-year career with Victoria Police, joined in January 1989 and graduated in May of that year.

She was recognized by the chief of police for doing good work while performing duties at the traffic camera agency.

She also earned the first Medal of the National Medal, the Medal of the National Police and the fourth Medal of the Victoria Police Medal.

Senior Constable Taylor is survived by her husband, a former Victoria police officer, Stuart Schultz and their two sons, Nathan and Alexander.

Richard Pusey (pictured) has an extensive criminal history with charges dating back to 2007

Richard Pusey (pictured) has an extensive criminal history with charges dating back to 2007

Richard Pusey (pictured) has an extensive criminal history with charges dating back to 2007

“Lynette has traveled the world and is remembered for her great sense of adventure and has brought this spirit to her children,” her obituary read.

Lynette was her sister’s primary caregiver who had recently had a stroke, and this reflected her caring nature, which extended to those she worked with.

Previous allegations by Richard Pusey

2007: Convicted for a speed of 70 mph above the limit, a fine of $ 210

2008: Eight months’ imprisonment, half of which has been suspended for two years, and a $ 346 compensation for willful harm. Police abuse was withdrawn.

2014: Convicted and fined $ 2,000 plus $ 2,500 in costs for performing work without a building permit.

2016: Sentenced to 60 hours of community service for stalking.

2017: A fine of $ 500 for violating a security intervention warrant

2017: $ 200 fine for driving with a suspended driver’s license.

2017: A $ 500 fine for emitting excessive noise from his home.

2018: Convicted and fined $ 750 for using bodywork as a threat.

2018: The charges for deliberate damage to property have been dropped.

2020: Complaint charges must be heard in court on April 30.

2020: Criminal damages for the purpose of being heard on June 16.

Lynette had a reputation for beating others and making challenging decisions that she said were unfair.

“She had a great sense of humor and her colleagues will happily remember seeing her smiling face every day.”

Constable Glen Humphris also only started his police career last year and graduated in March.

Born in Gosford, on the NSW Central Coast, he left school and became an apprentice carpenter, then a personal trainer.

While working for Return to Work in Newcastle, he met his four-year-old partner, Todd, and they moved to Melbourne last year.

“His teammates said he really wanted to help people, had a great sense of community, and genuine empathy for everyone – victims and perpetrators,” his obituary read.

“Remembered as being very down to earth, caring and supportive with a great sense of humor, Glen had the ability to highlight any situation to calm people down.”

Senior Constable King spent six years with Victoria Police and worked at various stations in and around Melbourne before joining the Nunawading Highway patrol in April 2019.

“Kevin was passionate about road police and knew it wasn’t just about handing out tickets,” his obituary read.

He transferred to the Nunawading Highway Patrol in 2018, where the officer in charge described him as ‘an older head with a lot of life experience who always made good judgment and decisions’.

Senior Constable King is survived by his wife Sharron Mackenzie and their three children, William, James and Henry.

Troubling moment ‘funding guru’ Porsche driver shouts ‘I hope you die’ at a cancer patient

A mortgage broker accused of fleeing an accident that killed four police officers was filmed telling a cancer patient he hoped she would die in a disturbing video posted online.

In a recently surfaced vision of Richard Pusey four years ago, the “financial guru” abused a cancer patient – telling her he wanted her to die after meeting her husband.

“Get more f ** king cancer, you stupid f ** king sl * t, I hope you die f ** king,” he said.

Richard Pusey, the driver of a Porsche reportedly on the run from the Eastern Freeway accident in Melbourne, which killed four police officers, was arrested Thursday at his home in Fitzroy

Richard Pusey, the driver of a Porsche reportedly on the run from the Eastern Freeway accident in Melbourne, which killed four police officers, was arrested Thursday at his home in Fitzroy

Richard Pusey, the driver of a Porsche reportedly on the run from the Eastern Freeway accident in Melbourne, which killed four police officers, was arrested Thursday at his home in Fitzroy

“That’s going to happen,” he said before turning around and walking back to her merchant, arguing with him.

The incident came after the woman’s husband and at least one other trader accused him of not paying $ 6,006 for a kitchen renovation in 2014.

The dispute went to the Victorian Supreme Court, where Pusey filed a counterclaim of $ 35,000 claiming the kitchen was faulty.

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal dismissed its counterclaim as “abuse of trial,” and the Supreme Court upheld this on appeal.

Pusey appeared in a 2016 report on A Current Affair accusing him of abusing the involved traditions and their families.

Police will claim that Richard Pusey (pictured in handcuffs being led away by officers on Thursday) took photos of the horrifyingly deadly crash scene before fleeing on foot

Police will claim that Richard Pusey (pictured in handcuffs being led away by officers on Thursday) took photos of the horrifyingly deadly crash scene before fleeing on foot

Police will claim that Richard Pusey (pictured in handcuffs being led away by officers on Thursday) took photos of the horrifyingly deadly crash scene before fleeing on foot

The police car arriving on site was crushed by a refrigerated van - killing four police officers standing by the roadside

The police car arriving on site was crushed by a refrigerated van - killing four police officers standing by the roadside

The police car arriving on site was crushed by a refrigerated van – killing four police officers standing by the roadside

Dubbed ‘Richie Rich’ and ‘Australia’s Nastiest Client’, the news program Pusey revealed with the footage of him abusing the woman of the tradition, who was recently released from the hospital where she developed breast cancer.

Pusey, who manages Switch Now Home Loans, is an avid social media user who regularly uploads videos of himself racing his Porsche 911.

On March 21, a Melbourne motorist shared footage of the car ‘flying’ over the highway while Pusey was arrested on Wednesday.

He’s also bragged about setting cruise control while driving so he can use social media.

With a face mask and gray sweater, Richard Pusey was surrounded by a media scrum when he was taken from his home in Melbourne by police

With a face mask and gray sweater, Richard Pusey was surrounded by a media scrum when he was taken from his home in Melbourne by police

With a face mask and gray sweater, Richard Pusey was surrounded by a media scrum when he was taken from his home in Melbourne by police

Depicted: abusing the woman through a glass screen door

Depicted: abusing the woman through a glass screen door

Pictured: arguing with her trader in front

Pictured: arguing with her trader in front

In a recently surfaced vision of Pusey four years ago, the ‘financial guru’ abused a cancer patient – saying he wanted her to die after meeting her husband

Pusey (right) appeared in a report on A Current Affair in 2016 accusing him of abusing the traditions involved and their families

Pusey (right) appeared in a report on A Current Affair in 2016 accusing him of abusing the traditions involved and their families

Pusey (right) appeared in a report on A Current Affair in 2016 accusing him of abusing the traditions involved and their families

Emergency services removed the bodies of the four police officers from the scene

Emergency services removed the bodies of the four police officers from the scene

Emergency services removed the bodies of the four police officers from the scene

“I set up cruise control to have access to a social network and all that cool new age type stuff, that’s all the rage,” he said on a TripAdvisor review.

Pusey has filed 13 previous criminal charges against him, including theft and criminal charges that he should face in the next two months.

Early Thursday morning, Victoria’s chief of police, Graham Ashton, said he had touched the base with Pusey, who said he would turn himself in.

He later arrived next to a lawyer and reportedly assists the Homicide Squad in the investigation.

Police allege that Pusey distributed photos of the scene of the accident, in which two senior police officers and two officers were hit while trying to confiscate his car.

Flowers have started piled above the Boroondara police station in northeast Melbourne

Flowers have started piled above the Boroondara police station in northeast Melbourne

Flowers have started piled above the Boroondara police station in northeast Melbourne

Previous allegations by Richard Pusey

2007: Convicted for a speed of 70 mph above the limit, a fine of $ 210

2008: Eight months’ imprisonment, half of which has been suspended for two years, and a $ 346 compensation for willful harm. Police abuse was withdrawn.

2014: Convicted and fined $ 2,000 plus $ 2,500 in costs for performing work without a building permit.

2016: Sentenced to 60 hours of community service for stalking.

2017: A fine of $ 500 for violating a security intervention warrant

2017: $ 200 fine for driving with a suspended driver’s license.

2017: A $ 500 fine for emitting excessive noise from his home.

2018: Convicted and fined $ 750 for using bodywork as a threat.

2018: The charges for deliberate damage to property have been dropped.

2020: Complaint charges must be heard in court on April 30.

2020: Criminal damages for the purpose of being heard on June 16.

Mohinder Singh Bajwa, the driver of the truck – who had a ‘medical episode’ after the accident – remains in the hospital under police surveillance.

Three male officers – including one in his first week of work – and a female senior officer standing in the emergency lane on the side of the highway were killed when the truck that got out of hand drove into the group.

A source told Daily Mail Australia that the photos were mainly from the wreckage and were also posted on Snapchat.

“As Chief of Police, that I killed four officers last night with someone who clearly drove irregularly on the highway with an extensive criminal history, I am disgusted,” said Commissioner Ashton.

“If I spend time with the relatives of those deceased officers today, I can tell you that it will absolutely disgust them.”

He went on to say that the driver’s actions were “ very, very low, ” made worse by the decision to share photos of the horrifying scene with friends.

“If I didn’t wear the chief of police’s uniform, I’d give you a much more colorful language,” he said.

‘We can put together at least 99.9 percent of this. We need to go through a lot of information in the coming days. ‘

His car, which was also filmed on the same highway on March 21, is also featured prominently in his dozens of TripAdvisor reviews

His car, which was also filmed on the same highway on March 21, is also featured prominently in his dozens of TripAdvisor reviews

His car, which was also filmed on the same highway on March 21, is also featured prominently in his dozens of TripAdvisor reviews

Four police officers were killed when they were hit by a truck (pictured in the tragic scene) in Melbourne, causing the greatest loss of police life in a single incident in Victoria history

Four police officers were killed when they were hit by a truck (pictured in the tragic scene) in Melbourne, causing the greatest loss of police life in a single incident in Victoria history

Four police officers were killed when they were hit by a truck (pictured in the tragic scene) in Melbourne, causing the greatest loss of police life in a single incident in Victoria history

Victims of horror called Melbourne crash

The first victim of the horrifying crash that killed four Victorian police officers has been identified as 28-year-old Josh Prestney.

Mr Prestney had just graduated from the academy last November and worked a short time with the highway police before being transferred to Kew Police Station.

His grandmother Eliza Anderson told the Herald Sun that Mr. Prestney was “so proud to serve his community.”

He reportedly had started his new job on Tuesday, the day before the accident.

“We were so proud of you. God bless Josh. I miss you forever, ‘she wrote on Facebook.

Prominent Senior Constable Lynette Taylor, Constable Glen Humphris and Senior Constable Kevin King were all tragically murdered on Wednesday night.

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