Thursday, October 18, 2007

Gary, Indiana Police Officer Jeffrey Westerfield Goes Beyond Call of Duty to Assist Black Teens After Car Accident

Officer Westerfield was the first to arrive on the scene of a horrific vehicle accident on September 15, 2007. Despite one of the blood-soaked survivors desperately insisting his two friends were down in a ravine in need of help, the apparently unconvinced Westerfield didn't bother looking.

Westerfield apparently couldn't be bothered with something as tiresome as searching for two accident victims; one of the victim's fathers arrived on the scene 6 hours later and located the bodies 15 - 20 feet away from the accident.

Funeral home representatives assert bruising on the bodies make it clear both victims were alive for some time after the accident.

In unrelated news the Gary, Police department are being investigated by the FBI for unspecified reasons.

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