The paper explained how what the officer “thought” he saw, he didn’t really see, according to the laws of physics. “Therefore my argument in the court went as follows: that what he saw would be easily confused by the angle of speed of this hypothetical object that failed to stop at the stop sign. And therefore, what he saw did not properly reflect reality, which was completely different," Krioukov said.
When asked by a reporter if he actually stopped? Krioukov smiles and said "Of course I did"