I'm sorry to go back on my word to refrain from posting - this truly is my last, it is a critical update which had elluded me at first.
The incident was not reported for over a month, it was only then that the public was made aware of what had gone down.
RIGBY — On July 26 of this year, one of our reserve officers, William Gray, was the victim in a horrific accident in northern Utah while working his full-time job as a truck driver.
The suspect in this incident was fleeing from Utah State Highway Patrol, when he crossed into oncoming traffic and collided head on with Gray’s truck, severely injuring Gray and killing himself. Officer Gray was flown to the University of Utah’s burn unit where he remains under their watchful, professional, and competent care.
RELATED | RIGBY POLICE OFFICER IN CRITICAL CONDITION AFTER EXPLOSIVE CRASH
Within the first hours of Officer Gray being admitted into the burn unit, an incident occurred between hospital staff and an officer from an agency in Utah who was assisting with the investigation.
The Rigby Police Department was not aware of this incident until Aug. 31, 2017.
The Rigby Police Department would like to thank the nurse involved and hospital staff for standing firm and protecting Officer Gray’s rights as a patient and victim. Protecting the rights of others is truly a heroic act.
Who is William Gray? Reserve police officer, Rigby, Idaho. Innocent victim of suspicious fiery crash, they want his blood so badly that they're willing to break protocol and gaslight a nurse for doing her job
( see update 5 & 6: NOT the same as William Grey RE: David Brock )
Sidenote: Who is [The driver of the Silverado who fled from police, identified Thursday as ]26-year-old Marco Torres of Brigham City[, died at the scene of the crash.]?
Sidenote: Significance of 1st of September?
I ask because they're 'drug testing' William, months later... again, innocent victim! (see update 7)
My gut instinct is that this is an assassination attempt, who is William Gray? I have hit a dead end.
Article from update 3 is more detailed than originally linked article
Currently looking into history and ownership of heavy.com, has this source been vetted yet?
Just heard about this now, REALLY seems up our alley, posting here first and pinging for attention.
In short: nurse refuses detective request to draw blood from unconcsious man without warrant, nurse arrested by uni's, placed in unmarked car... what in the FUCK?!
@Vindicator (please ping other mods or whatever), @ESOTERICshade, @quantokitty, @IShallNotFear, @cantsleepawink (I trust more of you I just can't add more than 5, please ping others if this is as sus to you as it is me!)
My question, who the FUCK did they want blood from so goddamn badly?
Person who was to have their blood drawn is apparently victim involved in firey truck crash a week(or a month, may have misheard) ago, no other details known by me at this stage.
UPDATE 2: (source: article linked above)
It all started when a suspect speeding away from police in a pickup truck on a local highway smashed head-on into a truck driver, as local media reported. Medics sedated the truck driver, who was severely burned, and took him to the University of Utah Hospital. He arrived in a comatose state, according to the Deseret News. The suspect died in the crash.
A neighboring police department sent Payne, a trained police phlebotomist, to collect blood from the patient and check for illicit substances, as the Tribune reported. The goal was reportedly to protect the trucker, who was not suspected of a crime. His lieutenant ordered him to arrest Wubbels if she refused to let him draw a sample, according to the Tribune.
I reiterate, who did they want blood from so badly?! The suspect was dead... the trucker an innocent victim...
UPDATE 3: (the alleged crash + more bodycam footage, etc, READ)
^ Watch the driver so very deliberately drive across several lanes, even dodge another car in close proximity, to get into the path of the oncoming truck - it looks VERY intentional to me - perhaps suicide? Targeting the truck driver(could have had word ahead of time that the truck would be taking that road?)?
^ ludicrous comments made by Payne captured on bodycam, some interesting things to follow up on regarding off-duty activities?
UPDATE 4: (truck driver ID, plot thickens | source: heavy.com article from update 3)
The Idaho State Journal reported: William Gray, a reserve police officer in Rigby, Idaho, was severely injured in the ordeal, which took place July 26 at about 2 p.m. Gray, who drives trucks in his spare time, was behind the wheel of a semi truck in northern Utah when a suspect fleeing Utah Highway Patrol officers crashed into him head-on.
Searching more now
UPDATE 5: ( same William Gray RE: David Brock? https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/2102835/10366832 )
Sorry, no time to look this over but William Gray is the name of the guy who blackmailed David Brock.
Not claiming as fact, needs confirmation
UPDATE 6: William Gray is not William Grey
William Grey blackmailed David Brock, not William Gray; different surnames.
valid point regarding distractions/false-flags:
That's interesting. I found THIS interesting too...
A diplomat probing the doomed MH370 flight has been shot dead amid claims he was about to deliver newly-found parts of the jet to Malaysian investigators.
valid point, regarding 1st september?
Right. Distractions are a great tactic. So I wonder whats happening in DC this weekend?