This is a good posting. Not "good" in that it's fun or anything like that, but "good" in that it is seriously thought provoking and made me appreciate our LEOs even more than I already do. I read it because it was posted by one of our own. The video is now used in officer training. I didn't watch the video as I'm not an officer in training and because it just didn't seem right to watch it. I really don't need to watch a cop get killed to appreciate what happened to him, his family and friends. I remember all too well a good friend being murdered in his cruiser a good many years ago. I also remember almost being physically sick when the guy who did it was let out on parole. Even though he was no longer the punk kid who killed my friend and I honestly think Wilbur would have agreed with the parole board's decision, I couldn't deal with it. Anyway, here's the link: http://www.shooterslegacy.net/forum/vie ... php?t=9148 I think it will provoke some reflective thinking by everyone here who reads it.