Cop Attacks Man Assuming He Was Gay, Man Simply Had Lazy Eye
July 9, 2008 by Bryan
A Greeley, Colorado Police Sergeant and his son attacked a bar patron after accusing him of looking at them funny, and assuming he was gay. The catch is that the man is not gay, and just has a lazy eye. Video after the jump.
Via The Tribune
A Greeley police sergeant threw the first punch in a bar fight early Sunday morning, according to the bar’s owner.
Dave Duty, 50, of Livermore is the owner of the Potbelly Deli and Bar, 24340 Larimer County Road 74E, where the altercation occurred. He said Greeley police Sgt. Kell Hulsey punched one of his regular patrons after Kell Hulsey’s son, Daniel Hulsey, 28, of La Salle thought Brian Carter, 35, of Red Feather Lakes was gay and checking him out.
Duty said he was behind the bar when the brawl broke out on the bar’s deck between several locals and the Hulseys.
Both Duty and bartender Sean McGlothlen, 21, of Greeley, who was working the night of the fight, said Kell Hulsey threw the first punch.
“The fact that he is going out and starting a bar fight is really disturbing,” McGlothlen said. “It scares me that he is allowed to carry a badge.”
Eric Haenschen, 35, of Fort Collins said he was playing pool when a fight erupted. He said in an attempt to break up the fight he took the brunt of Kell Hulsey’s attack.
“He hit me over 10 times in the head,” Haenschen said on Monday. He had to get a CT scan as a result.
Before Kell Hulsey fled the scene, he yelled to the crowd, ” ‘You’re all going to die for this,’” Haenschen said.
Video of the account below: