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July 3, 2012
The Associated Press is reporting that former Secretary of Commerce John Bryson will not face charges related to two hit-and-run accidents that took place in California last month.

The Associated Press is reporting that former Secretary of Commerce John Bryson will not face charges related to two hit-and-run accidents that took place in California last month.

16:13 // 2 years ago
June 21, 2012
11:15 // 2 years ago
June 11, 2012
18:57 // 2 years ago
Obama’s Commerce Secretary cited in felony hit-and-runs; had seizure
Five minutes. Two separate crashes. John Bryson, who was appointed as Obama’s Commerce Secretary last year, could have a rough go of it after California police cited him in two separate hit-and-run accidents on Saturday. Bryson, who was found unconscious after the accidents, was treated at a local hospital for injuries, but was already released. He was in town to speak at a college commencement. No word if a medical condition, or drug or alcohol usage, might’ve contributed to the crashes. (EDIT: Bryson had a seizure, the Commerce Department said.) Either way, police are considering charges against him. The White House has yet to comment on the case, but Obama’s top adviser briefly discussed it: “Obviously it’s concerning,” said to David Axelrod to CBS This Morning, but he offered no further comment on the matter. (official photo via United States Department of Commerce) source
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Five minutes. Two separate crashes. John Bryson, who was appointed as Obama’s Commerce Secretary last year, could have a rough go of it after California police cited him in two separate hit-and-run accidents on Saturday. Bryson, who was found unconscious after the accidents, was treated at a local hospital for injuries, but was already released. He was in town to speak at a college commencement. No word if a medical condition, or drug or alcohol usage, might’ve contributed to the crashes. (EDIT: Bryson had a seizure, the Commerce Department said.) Either way, police are considering charges against him. The White House has yet to comment on the case, but Obama’s top adviser briefly discussed it: “Obviously it’s concerning,” said to David Axelrod to CBS This Morning, but he offered no further comment on the matter. (official photo via United States Department of Commerce) source

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9:59 // 2 years ago
November 5, 2011
The driver who was involved with striking three Occupy D.C. protesters in downtown D.C. Friday night will not be charged, reports the Associated Press. According to authorities, the driver wasn’t cited because he had a green light when his vehicle struck the three pedestrians. Witnesses told police that the three pedestrians ‘either ran toward or jumped in front of the moving vehicle.’
A WAMU report on last night’s car-crash incident with Occupy DC. None of those hit have life-threatening injuries.
16:20 // 2 years ago
November 4, 2011

Via Twitter user CalebHays (who posted the video upside-down, and we flipped right-side-up for him), here’s the immediate aftermath of the hit and run involving the #OccupyDC protesters. It’s the same car as in the video we just posted.

23:46 // 2 years ago