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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by NTA, Jan 10, 2019.
Hate to say it, but going to anyway-- that is freaking great!
it's great that an officer was shot in the back by another officer who had been trying to kill a dog?
The lady cop who got shot was not trying to kill a dog; some other cop was .
The officer is seriously injured and in critical condition because the bullet went through her upper back just above her bullet resistant vest's coverage.
And you think this is great???
Rather than call you bad names, generally impugning your character and fitness as a human being, I will just say that I vehemently disagree with the ideas that you have espoused in this thread.
A regular news story.
The gun "went off".
I try to never celebrate harm to a human being, but I still look at this the same as say a Muslim Bakery refusing to bake an LGBTQ cake. It's internal dissension. The blue line is known to gang up on anyone who dares to harm its members, and protect those members that do wrong, but when you have the blue line harming other members of the blue line...who do they support?
Talk about a training issue. Some things are absolutely avoidable.
The cop deliberately shot at the dog or the gun went off. So which one is it? Maybe he should have just kept exiting the house instead of trying for a notch on his gun. What is it with cops and dogs?
Short answer-- I have been called, considered, thought, stated, to be worse things by people better at it than you. And better at it than you can ever hope to be considered several layers down on the ladder of ability for that.
If you are unaware of my general beliefs on the in the deep inside, gut feelings of cops you have no idea. I believe I have made them clear a time or 3 around here long ago.
My comments stand and your comments and beliefs are simply irrelevant.
I don't recall you previously cheering when cops get shot.
This is a new low for you.
But then, mental illness doesn't clear up on its own. It gets progressively worse without intervention.
Here's another story about a female officer getting shot while doing her job and not trying to hurt anybody or their pets
Want to head over to that thread and giggle with child-like glee that one of your enemies in blue took a bullet?
No, I will do that on my own. All alone, late at night. Some things I enjoy too much to share.
Nemo <-- yeps
Body cam videos. Guns were already out due to the search. Officer Wright deliberately shot at the dog who was between him and Officer Butler.
Classifying it as an accident makes cop completely stupid. Guess no one told him-- keep finger off the trigger until sites are on target. He should be jailed for that. I suspect about all here will agree that the glock did not go off on its own.
But could be graft and corruption involved?
This does not appear to be an intentional shot at all. Finger on the trigger, adrenaline, the hand squeezes, and a shot goes out.