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A second NYPD cop who fired his gun at Sean Bell and his friends testified today that he saw another officer raise his gun and thought the Queens man was trying to run them over.

Michael Carey, testifying at a departmental hearing in downtown Manhattan, said he saw his colleague Det. Gescard Isnora with his gun raised and his badge out, pointing his weapon at Bell’s car.

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Carey said he thought Bell was trying to run the cops over.

“I didn’t think anything was an accident,” he said. “My conclusion after the first collision was that I believed they had intent to injure us.”

Read more at NYPost

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