PHOTO: Pusey (right) appeared in a report on A Current Affair in 2016 where he was accused of abusing tradies and their families
- Richard Pusey claims there is a ‘conspiracy’ against him relating to truck crash
- Four police officers died after pulling him over on the highway last Wednesday
- Pusey is behind bars and is reportedly ‘difficult and calling police dogs’
- His own family disowned him following allegations he filmed a dying officer
The Porsche driver at the centre of a tragic crash which cost four police officers their lives is calling police ‘dogs’ behind bars and claims the case against him is a ‘conspiracy’, it has been claimed.
Richard Pusey, 41, was pulled over for allegedly travelling at 149km/h on the Eastern Freeway near Kew in Melbourne at about 4.50pm on Wednesday.
He allegedly tested positive to marijuana and meth, and as police worked to impound his car, a refrigerated chicken truck ploughed into the group, killing all four officers.
Pusey has been charged with a raft of offences relating to the crash, including photographing the officers as they lay dying and traffic offences, but he insists the case against him is a conspiracy.
Pusey (pictured) is alleged to have taken disturbing pictures at the crash sight, showing the officers’ lifeless bodies
The police car that arrived at the scene was crushed by a refrigeration truck – killing four police officers who were standing by the roadside
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