Arresting Officer In Justin Bieber Case Has More Evidence Against His Credibility
Posted by Joseph Lee on 03.06.2014
It's his own GPS...
TMZ reports that there is more evidence against the cop who claims he saw Justin Bieber drag racing before Bieber's DUI arrest.
The GPS results from the cop's own car shows him driving at a normal speed during the 4 AM hour on January 23. Bieber was stopped at 4:11 AM. The officer claims Bieber was drag racing Khalil between 55 and 60 MPH. However, the GPS for the cop's car says it was going at 11 MPH at the 2600 block of Pine Tree Dr, where he first saw Bieber. He sped up to 31 MPH but stayed between 30 and 40 for three blocks, later hitting 46 MPH. The fastest his car went to catch up to Bieber (who was allegedly drag racing) was 49 MPH.
At the 3700 block of Pine Tree, the car actually slowed to 31 MPH, which is when the cop said he was in the middle of the race. Bieber's car, as previously reported, was going 27 MPH at the time.
This is more evidence in favor of Bieber. It was recently revealed that the officer who claimed to smell alcohol on Bieber's breath may have been lying since he registered a .014. The GPS now questions the arresting officer's credibility. Khalil's lawyer, Bradford Cohen (Khalil was also arrested for DUI) plans on attacking the credibility in the trial.