Police open fire and kill charging suspect
This video is similar to the one I posted recently:
In this video however the offender is killed while trying to run over some
The offender's family took the case to court where the case was thrown out.
I agree with that decision.
Why someone would try this hard to get away is beyond me.
audio used is Fall To Pieces by DJ spoke
IN THIS VIDEO YOU WILL SEE THE MOST AMAZING POLICE SUPER CARS IN THE WORLD:
FERRARI ENZO, 612, LAMBOS, PORCHES, OTHER AMERICAINS SUCH AS CORVETTES AND
VIPERS, AND EUROPEENS SUCH AS LOTUSES AND MERCS.
video was made by callum kirkpatrick
Porsche 911 tries to escape the police
Subtitles added to the video! They're not perfect but should be sufficient
for the story.
A 42-year old man from Purmerend, the Netherlands is caught after a bizarre
chase. The man driving a Porsche 911 GT3 drove at speeds exceeding 200 km/h
(125 mph) on the A7. The police gave him the stop sign from an undercover
surveillance car. The Porsche, ignoring this, took a last second exit and
went off. While entering the high way again, the driver lost control in the
corner of the entranceway hitting the safety rails, losing several parts
from his car, nonetheless he tried to escape again. While being chased he
took the road verge desperate to escape. Entering a parking space next to
the highway and steps over to a Volkswagen Golf, driven by his 33-year old
girlfriend. A 29-year old man which was the passenger at the Porsche took
over the wheel from the Porsche and tries to get away. As seen in the
video, while this was happening the police is taking a safe distance,
observing until backup has arrived. The Golf drives away like nothing
happened but the police knew he was in that car. They create a road block
to hold up the traffic so they can arrest the former Porsche driver, the
passenger now driving the Porsche also gets arrested.
In the Golf happens to be a baby and in the baby-seat they discovered a
firearm. In the clothing of the baby hard drugs were found. Both man are
still in custody.
13 feb 2007