Breathtaking Hit-and-Run Caught On Camera


24-year-old Justin Finch was struck by a car outside the Zia Record Exchange at 19th Avenue and Camelback Road, in Phoenix, and clung to the car’s trunk as it sped off down the street. Sounds like a scene you’d expect to see in an action movie, not a parking lot.

Luckily, Finch survived with just scrapes and bruises. “It was shocking. I was scared for my life for a minute. I got pinched between two cars… this leg got twisted around and stuff… I’m like, afraid,” he said.

According to Finch, this was the result of a confrontation that began when passengers of the car – Orlando Munoz, 16, his uncle and his uncle’s girlfriend – shouted a gay slur at him. He admitted to slamming one man to the ground in the ensuing scuffle, Fox reported.

Though cops stopped the car a half-mile away, police let everyone go. Finch, however, wants the people to face charges, saying, “I want justice. I really do.” The case has been forwarded to the police unit that investigates hate crimes.



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  1. Interestingly, this appeared in my facebook feed almost immediately after an interview with Henry Rollins where he said:
    “Freedom is great, but the freedom to drive over someone and go on your way isn’t.” – Henry Rollins (2.13.61)

  2. That was probably the most annoying voice I’ve ever heard and it’s a cellphone you don’t “get it on tape”. I recommend watching this without sound.


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