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July 9, 2012

TMZ: John Bryson 911 call

(from 911 calls)

TMZ has released audio from a 911 call — made by the first of two drivers struck by former Secretary of Commerce John Bryson in California last month — beginning shortly after the first collision. Los Angeles officials have confirmed that Bryson, who resigned after the incident, will not face charges.

14:53 // 1 year ago
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 // 1 year ago
June 21, 2012
11:15 // 1 year ago
June 11, 2012
18:57 // 1 year 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 // 1 year ago
May 31, 2011
11:26 // 2 years ago