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Glendale, AZ PD officer shot.

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by blueiron, Jun 21, 2013.

  1. Sam Spade

    Sam Spade Staff Member Lifetime Member

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    CPR on a trauma victim is not a high percentage technique. In fact, its effectiveness is close to zero.

    Prayers for the innocent.
     


  2. Ohio Cop

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    The Rust Belt.
    Prayers for the officer and the innocents.
     
  3. blueiron

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  4. AZ Husker

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    Another example of poor marksmanship on the part of the LEO. Personally I'm embarrassed and ashamed of our cops shooting abilities. How many times do we hear about three officers sending 54 rounds at a BG and not hitting him once? Meanwhile those rounds are flying off into neighborhoods with innocent adults, children, and property. When I started we had six shots on board. I remember when they made us switch to Glock 17s and marksmanship turned to crap.
     
  5. Ohio Cop

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    :upeyes:
     
  6. blueiron

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    A police office has been shot. Is this really the place for a rant about 'what if' involving all the imaginary children, women, and men that were wounded in the halls of your mind as a result of random police gunfire?

    Please call 602.223.2514 during business hours and speak to a SME about your concerns.
     
  7. Prayers for full and speedy recoveries for the human LEO and the K9.
     
  8. DaBigBR

    DaBigBR No Infidels!

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    Circling the wagons.
    What is your deal? You seem to show up in threads, spout some inflammatory crap about law enforcement today versus when you were on the street, and then leave the thread to fester. Can't you take your bull**** elsewhere?
     
  9. ClydeG19

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    Unfortunately the K9 has passed away from his wounds. RIP, boy.

    Husker, am I missing something? I don't see anywhere how many rounds were fired by the police or how many officers fired. Where exactly are you getting the information for your statement?
     
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  10. blueiron

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  11. blueiron

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    Nothing has been released about the number of rounds fired, who initiated the shooting, etc., but that never precludes the self appointed omniscient from pronouncements that substantiate their warped world view.
     
  12. Prayers for a speedy recovery for the injured Copper..

    Rest in Peace, K9...:fallenofficer:
     
  13. c01

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    RIP K-9 and speedy recovery to the Officer.

    D
     
  14. Brian Lee

    Brian Lee Drop those nuts

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    Up a tree.
    Did anyone hear what the dead perp's name is? I know an evil minded crazy Ahole who lives near Glendale who's been saying for years that he plans to commit suicide-by-cop someday, and I keep waiting to see him on the news at any time.

    Ironically, when I tried to report him to the Glendale cops a few years ago before he owned any guns, (he now has a few) they scolded me for calling them on a guy "who hasn't broken the law yet", and told me that "as soon as he shoots someone, you call us back and we'll come and arrest him".