It's sad that some individuals resort to that kind of behavior. There's not much that can be done about a suspect walking into a coffee shop and opening fire on four unsuspecting officers. In many occasions, the court system has failed as well as the parole boards. It's a bad ordeal. Some situations can be prevented...others can't. The bravery of the officer (Missouri I think) that ran up and shot the suspect after the first officer went down at the patrol car door was amazing.
dogsoldier, I pray for the safety of every law enforcement officer every single day. and i promise you i would willingly put my own life in danger to assist an officer in trouble if i could, however, it does not justify the use of excessive force or police brutality (period). it's an assummed risk associated with the choice of profession and i commend you for your willingness to serve your fellow citizen. God Bless
Originally posted by wright35633: Its an assumed risk yeah but that does not make it right. Can the police not have a thread without someone bring up police misconduct? I'm prod of all my leo brothers and sisters.
I did not say it was "right" stay in context please.
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