Richard Pusey, the man who declared to himself that justice had been done after a truck ploughed into the four officers arresting him on a Melbourne freeway, will spend only a few extra days in prison over the fatal crash.
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In April last year, police officers Lynette Taylor, Glen Humphris, Kevin King and Joshua Prestney died when a truck, driven by Mohinder Singh, struck them on Melbourne’s Eastern Freeway.
The four officers had been pulling over Pusey, who later pleaded guilty to four charges: outraging public decency, drug possession, reckless conduct endangering serious injury and speeding.
Pusey, who has referred to himself as Australia’s most…
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