The Florida man, who was wanted to be arrested by a police officer while refueling, was almost completely burned.

The Florida man, who was wanted to be arrested by a police officer while refueling, was almost completely burned.

The 26-year-old from Florida, who, in the words of his attorney, “cooked him alive” in February when three police officers rushed down while refueling his engine and one wanted him to dump him in shock, remains in critical condition. 75% of Jean Barreto’s body suffered third-degree burns.

CBS Miami reported that a security recording of the February 27 incident showed a fire burning near a well after police rushed the man. According to the sheriff’s office, they attempted to arrest Barreto because he was a member of a group of motorcyclists who turned their guns on people living in the county. According to them, Barreto escaped a roadside search, but was arrested at the gas station.

An eyewitness heard the shocking sound, but Sharif did not confirm that this device was actually used. However, according to a report from the fire department, “the most likely cause of the fire was that police used an agency-issued shock device to create an electrical discharge” that ignited the gasoline.

Barreto’s attorney, Mark Ngami, claims that a police officer pushed his student from behind, causing his engine to overturn, causing Barreto and the police officer to spill gasoline. Then three more policemen arrived, one of whom fired the shocker. As a result, almost the entire body of the man, as well as half of the body of one of the policemen, caught fire.

Barreto has been in the hospital for 10 weeks and is still receiving treatment. His attorney said he would ask Florida’s law enforcement department to take over the investigation. (CBS via RTL)

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