RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby cash4souls » Aug 7th, 2016, 12:18 am

See only thing on castanet bout hwy,6 shut down both ways for over 2hrs...and they quickly had traffic rerouted far-away from the seen??? well I seen fort end of big rcmp truck pushed-in even the big RAM bumper just squished flat,and a motor bike 10-15feet squished up against tree,n shubs ..So they quickly were getting everything set up 2 have no fault as always.Seen this before in the 90's at the coast cops were killing guys had fast bikes!!!!nothing on news yet either.
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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby Dizzy1 » Aug 7th, 2016, 8:10 pm

cash4souls wrote:See only thing on castanet bout hwy,6 shut down both ways for over 2hrs...and they quickly had traffic rerouted far-away from the seen??? well I seen fort end of big rcmp truck pushed-in even the big RAM bumper just squished flat,and a motor bike 10-15feet squished up against tree,n shubs ..So they quickly were getting everything set up 2 have no fault as always.Seen this before in the 90's at the coast cops were killing guys had fast bikes!!!!nothing on news yet either.

Did you actually witness said "ramming"?

Link to story ...

http://www.castanet.net/news/Vernon/172 ... 6-reopened
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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby vegas1500 » Aug 7th, 2016, 11:03 pm

cash4souls wrote:See only thing on castanet bout hwy,6 shut down both ways for over 2hrs...and they quickly had traffic rerouted far-away from the seen??? well I seen fort end of big rcmp truck pushed-in even the big RAM bumper just squished flat,and a motor bike 10-15feet squished up against tree,n shubs ..So they quickly were getting everything set up 2 have no fault as always.Seen this before in the 90's at the coast cops were killing guys had fast bikes!!!!nothing on news yet either.


What the :cuss: are you trying to say...

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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby Glacier » Aug 7th, 2016, 11:15 pm

It was more like a motorcyclist rammed into the RCMP truck.
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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby Even Steven » Aug 7th, 2016, 11:25 pm

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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby ferri » Aug 8th, 2016, 11:15 am

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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby Glacier » Aug 8th, 2016, 12:07 pm

ferri wrote:Cop car, motorbike collide

http://www.castanet.net/news/Vernon/172 ... ke-collide

The picture is dishonest since it was a police truck involved. Anyone else who went through after it happened would be able to confirm this.

Plus, the RCMP truck was making a U-turn, and that's what caused the accident.

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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby dontrump » Aug 8th, 2016, 4:56 pm

It was a RCMP suburban and the cop was 100% in the wrong.He had just finished with a roadside client and burned a Uturn right in front of the motorcyclist and his wife.This cop is in deep doo doo but hes lucky he never caused a death
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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby gordon_as » Aug 16th, 2016, 10:49 pm

dontrump wrote:It was a RCMP suburban and the cop was 100% in the wrong.He had just finished with a roadside client and burned a Uturn right in front of the motorcyclist and his wife.This cop is in deep doo doo but hes lucky he never caused a death



She , not he.
Am I wrong in my understanding that u-turns are illegal on provincial highways ?
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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby Glacier » Aug 16th, 2016, 11:22 pm

gordon_as wrote:She , not he.
Am I wrong in my understanding that u-turns are illegal on provincial highways ?

You're wrong.
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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby dontrump » Aug 17th, 2016, 4:30 pm

gordon_as wrote:
She , not he.
Am I wrong in my understanding that u-turns are illegal on provincial highways ?
You're wrong.


whatever this Cop obviously did not look before Turning a U turn and therefore she is 100% at fault here
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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby FreeRights » Aug 23rd, 2016, 1:26 pm

dontrump wrote:whatever this Cop obviously did not look before Turning a U turn and therefore she is 100% at fault here
no ifs ands or buts *removed*

Out of curiosity, how do you know the police officer attempted to u turn and struck the motorcyclist?
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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby driveangry » Aug 23rd, 2016, 1:35 pm

FreeRights wrote:Out of curiosity, how do you know the police officer attempted to u turn and struck the motorcyclist?



It's stated in the link provided above.

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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby Ken7 » Aug 24th, 2016, 7:36 am

dontrump wrote:It was a RCMP suburban and the cop was 100% in the wrong.He had just finished with a roadside client and burned a Uturn right in front of the motorcyclist and his wife.This cop is in deep doo doo but hes lucky he never caused a death


I'll throw a curve at you. Who has the right away, Police displaying emergency lights or motorcycle? What is the speed one must tavel when passing a Emergency vehicle with lights on?

Lastly, what was the Officer doing at the time he/she pulled out? Why did the motorcycle operator not stop?

I don't have the answers either...Who started this post...MJ? Police Ramming, they do that at times, but jump much that suggests they intended on running into the motor bike, which do we know the facts?

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Re: RCMP ramming motorcyclist on Hwy 6

Postby Ken7 » Aug 24th, 2016, 7:41 am

cash4souls wrote:See only thing on castanet bout hwy,6 shut down both ways for over 2hrs...and they quickly had traffic rerouted far-away from the seen??? well I seen fort end of big rcmp truck pushed-in even the big RAM bumper just squished flat,and a motor bike 10-15feet squished up against tree,n shubs ..So they quickly were getting everything set up 2 have no fault as always.Seen this before in the 90's at the coast cops were killing guys had fast bikes!!!!nothing on news yet either.


Great post for your first! Welcome to Castanet. You already blew your credibility on this one..

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