So, in conclusion:
We can all sit here and speculate, but at the end of the day none of us were there in the car.
None of us can say, "Ja, but he had enough time to move over," etc, etc, etc.
People in cars misjudge shlt all the time.
You simply can't judge anything from a video clip.
Maybe dash cam guy didn't feel it was safe to move over -no matter what it looks like to us.
Whatever the case may be and however big a douche dash cam guy was, the fact of the matter is this:
If "cop" waited 10 seconds, he could've passed without needlessly putting other people's lives in danger.
The accident is 100% on "cop" -no matter how much of a douche dash cam guy was.
This is what happens when two ********s meet on the road -thank fook no one was actually injured or killed.
Surely if this was a legitimate police vehicle or blue light brigade, don't they have like a siren as well? If yes, if they had an emergency or something, they would have put that on so that vehicles are aware, and thus move out of the way? No?
Everest starts accelerating to clear truck because Blue Light is nearly on his bumper, possibly contemplating a lane change once he clears the truck. As they clear the truck Everest sees that Blue Light is starting to move towards the left to make an overtake and thus decides to hold his lane. Blue Light, aggrieved, sweeps past and decides to show Everest how alpha he is with a bonehead move.