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By alice101   Saturday, November 12, 2016   24,794   137   0

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A college student who violently attacked a paramedic has been arrested. 


YTN reported a black box video from this recent incident, where a 24-year-old college student with the last name Kim, suddenly punches a paramedic's face inside of an ambulance. The 119 (emergency services) crew had responded to a help request and was treating Kim inside of the ambulance. 


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In the released footage, you can see Kim hitting another paramedic who came to stop the attack. This vicious attack continued for about 10 minutes until police arrived at the scene. 


One of the victims explained, "I was treating his injury when suddenly, he started punching and cursing at me." 


Kim reportedly stated, "I remember nothing because I was drunk," during the police interview. 

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Happypeoo Monday, November 14, 2016

That's why i hatel alcohol and wish that they ban it from all around the world

shyloone Sunday, November 13, 2016

must of been high on drugs

AJLie Saturday, November 12, 2016

what a garbage

mi_goreng Saturday, November 12, 2016

how can he do that to someone who is helping him? so violent...

Kim_Sokolov Saturday, November 12, 2016

He was drunk. Nothing more to say. His behaviour is inexcusable but he was under the influence of alcohol. This case would not hold up in court.

tensaims Kim_Sokolov Saturday, November 12, 2016

Dayum so being drunk is a get out of jail card now (with a minor reproach from society "This is InEXcusable! But you''re free to go?"). Next time he might just get drunk again and kill a paramedic or two while he's at it. Case would not hold up bro.

Kim_Sokolov tensaims Saturday, November 12, 2016

Your ignorance and idiocracy amazes me. Do you know anything about the law, Korean, american, whatever country your from judging from your bad english? To be convicted of ANY crime, even felony murder, intent must be established. You have general intent and specific intent, justified in court trial. Under the Model Penal Code, this man is considered innocent. If you have a problem with it, get off this kpop site and actually do something about the law.

tensaims Kim_Sokolov Saturday, November 12, 2016

Calm down nerd boi. You going full "I am an amazing law student and have never been laid once but I am smaaart you won't believe it" nerd mode man, stop embarrassing yourself. Your copy and paste jobs from texts written by smarter minds than you do not impress me. Using big words but saying very little, and even less that is true in practical use and real life. You're wrong and you got embarrassed. Life goes on bro. Peace. Ps. Whoever your idol is, he or she would not be impressed by you nor by that wall of rage. Have some composure man.

tensaims Saturday, November 12, 2016

Btw it's "you're from" not "your". It always amazes me when people put down others for bad English but then proceed to make garmmatical erros in that same post. Shocking.

Kim_Sokolov tensaims Saturday, November 12, 2016

Where do I even begin. "Using big words but saying very little", you mean the little than you can actually comprehend? And yes, grammar police, it's you're. There's a difference between being crummy with english and being lazy using english on a kpop site, like what, am I writing a dissertation for a phd? You solely wrote a comment to personally attack me, but you failed to address ANY of the issues raised in the article or my original comment. Like why are you still here?

tensaims Kim_Sokolov Saturday, November 12, 2016

Your posts are ridden with grammatical errors... when you write bad english it's because you are lazy and too intellectual to bother on a kpop site, when others do it they are foreign and stupid. You have proven very little other than being a very arrogant bigot with very bad grammar. I solely wrote a comment to ridicule your false assumption yes and it's up to you to prove me wrong which you have failed to do so far. Like (bitch gesture mode on) why are you still here? Ps. Pretty sure ignorance and stupidity are two traits and therefore plural. Amaze me not amazes. Can't resist when arrogant sobs criticizing others are actually... well, STEWPIT. lolz

tensaims Kim_Sokolov Saturday, November 12, 2016

And here we have the final nail in your coffin. Just a quick google job "Drunkenness If an individual is drunk and assaults someone on purpose, they are not excused just because they were drunk when it happened. As a matter of public policy, people will generally not be allowed to use drunkenness as a defence to an intentional assault." there are multiple sites on law that claim this, but of course, anyone who is capable of thinking logically rather than busy showing off on a kpop site would come to the conclusion that nope, being drunk doesn't mean you can escape law under normal circumstances (unless you are famous, rich or something particularly shady is going on.). I also see multiple convictions on google with drunk people frivolously punching someone. Bbbbbut case would not hold up, hooooleee up bro.

tensaims Kim_Sokolov Saturday, November 12, 2016

Aaand another one from a criminal defense lawyer: ""General intent" crimes Many offenses require that the prosecutor prove only that the defendant had the “general intent” to do what he did. This means proving that the defendant intentionally did something the law prohibits, but didn't necessarily intend the consequences that followed. Intoxication usually is not a defense to a crime requiring general intent." Where a crime is defined by reckless conduct or negligence, intoxication will likely not be a defense, because it is foreseeable that alcohol will lead to reckless or negligent behavior. " I think case could holee up bro.

thieves Kim_Sokolov Saturday, November 12, 2016

You don't have to establish intent. Negligent driving, you accidentally kill someone - there's a charge. You kill someone but say "you didn't mean to"; there's still a charge. You attack someone, but say you were under the influence of drugs or other - you still beat someone up, there's still a charge. Negligent use of drugs isn't an excuse; and although you said his actions were inexcusable, you did still excuse them.

Wang_Sejung Saturday, November 12, 2016

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miapie Wang_Sejung Sunday, November 13, 2016

What xD

VitaminWell Saturday, November 12, 2016

Poor paramedics they were just trying to help

VitaminWell Saturday, November 12, 2016

Son of a b**** if you can't control your alcohol go home and sleep instead instead of making trouble and being a burden.

LovelySerenity Saturday, November 12, 2016

Wow, the paramedic was trying to help

Helhathno Saturday, November 12, 2016

Duh. He was drunk. if he'd been stoned instead he probably wouldn't have needed an ambulance in the first place. It makes you a little goofy but not self destructive, violent, aggressive, or reckless. Hungry, happy, sleepy that's the side effects. You don't beat your wife, shoot your cousin over a poker game or drive your car 80 in a 35 zone when you're stoned. Yet alcohol is legal and people do that kind of stuff drunk all the time.

Tsinis (Banned) Helhathno Saturday, November 12, 2016

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Helhathno  Tsinis (Banned) Saturday, November 12, 2016

Right that's why alcohol shouldn't be tolerated and weed should.

styx Helhathno Saturday, November 12, 2016

Weed smells like shit. I cant bring myself to even try it.

Helhathno styx Saturday, November 12, 2016

It doesn't smell any worse than whiskey or tequila.

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