Victim struck by OPD officer thinks officer hit him on purposeWFTV
May. 10, 2013
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ORLANDO, Fla. — Channel 9 has learned a man who was struck by an Orlando police officer's cruiser spoke with Internal Affairs about the incident.
Tetris Nunn said he believes Officer Michael Fiortentino-Tyburski hit him on purpose, saying he made eye contact with the officer as the patrol car came around the corner.
Nunn said he expected Fiortentino-Tyburski to hit the brakes, but that didn't happen and Nunn was struck.