160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The officer yelled, “I don’t have time for you foreigners to sit in your Mercedes. You think you own the road! You think you own the country,” according to the suit. He also pulled her out of the car to berate her further, according to the suit. A CHP supervisor arrived at the scene and told the officer to release Sedaghatpour, who then went to a hospital to be treated for bruises on her arm and leg and elbow pain. She also filed a complaint that day against the CHP, according to attorney Hunter Pyle. Pyle said Thursday that the Attorney General’s Office agreed to try mediating the case, but a spokesman for Attorney General Jerry Brown said he couldn’t confirm that. A CHP spokesman refused to comment, citing pending litigation. Schatmeier, who works in the CHP’s Dublin office, was unavailable for comment. FREMONT – A woman of Iranian descent sued the California Highway Patrol for discrimination after she was stopped for speeding and an officer allegedly accused her “people” of being responsible for the Sept. 11 terror attacks. Zahra Sedaghatpour, 38, of Fremont said Officer Jon Schatmeier, 32, berated her after she asked not to be cited for traveling 79 mph on Interstate 680 in Pleasanton last year. “Today is Sept. 12. Do you remember Sept. 11? Do you know what happened on Sept. 11?” Schatmeier said according to the suit filed March 29 in San Francisco’s federal court. “It’s people like you who killed all of our people. This is our country! Why don’t you go back to your country?” Schatmeier told the woman to “shut up” and refused to provide a business card when she asked for one. When the officer asked her to sign the citation, Sedaghatpour asked whether she could read it first.