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Can you find out if the officer that hit the girl in the crosswalk was takin to the hospital and had him do blood work and urine test. That should be protocol after an accident like that but no one had mentioned that or said what the results were from the test which the results would have been confirmed that night of the accident. If he wasn’t takin to the hospital to have blood and urine draw something would be wrong with that.

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Thank you, so so much, for the work you are doing. It is so immensely valuable, and future generations will look back with love and gratitude for your efforts today.

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thank you for your work!!

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Utter activist trash under the guise of journalism. I wish your organization a well deserved bankruptcy soon. What a waste of bandwidth.

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it’s illegal to have sex with pigs in this country

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Yet here you are, attempting to discredit it

I have lived in Seattle 25 years. I have only ever been assaulted by the cops here. Never had problems with anyone else. Cops are violent and unnacountable. You are welcome to gtfo.

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Dude you are obviously using a tragedy to push your agenda. Identifying this guy does nothing for the greiveing family, nor does it do anything to give them answers about the situation. Nah, just serves your selfish agenda. Nobody knows what really happened so far, but you headline this with info that the guy you think was involved had his license suspended.. As if to suggest he has a history of negligence driving, instead of unpaid parking tickets. Is that honest journalism? No bro, you trying to get people to question this guy's integrity on the internet for your status as hero to the people. You ain't no hero dude, you're a kid that probably lives with a lot of hate for police, and other institutions, and you want to spread that message. Meanwhile this family gets exploited for your little status gains.

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your comment is ignorant, insolent and insulting. Her family has clearly stated that they are “seeking answers” and want to get to to the bottom of what happened. The only person exploiting the family’s suffering here is you, attempting to co-opt their pain to justify your own boot licking. Well, keep it to yourself. It is tasteless.

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Also, learn to read. The guy has ran a red light before. That means he has been caught struggling to obey a simple traffic law.

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This is irresponsible journalism you should be ashamed of yourself.

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Jan 30, 2023·edited Jan 30, 2023Author

We reported relevant, timely, accurate, and newsworthy information about a public official who killed a member of the public. And we did it in spite of attempts by the habitually dishonest institution that employs him to conceal it. We're not ashamed of that at all. Thanks.

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“I don’t like this and I can’t actually explain to you why it isn’t good journalism, but trust me, it’s irresponsible”

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How?

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