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This is a bit dated, but a useful lesson.
This is the RAW video that does not have sound but is longer and shows the cop following for about 3:45 before lighting them up. Note that the motorcyclist is not driving erratic, and they both stop at the various stop signs. No indication of them running. The cop did not light them up till after they accelerated from that last stop sign....and seeing as from there till the crash/shooting is a short distance I would not call that running from the police just yet.
Question authority. Power to the people
Here the police reenact how they killed a suspect.
This is the self-incriminating Kenosha Police Department reenactment video of the actual officers who took 21 year old Michael Bell's life. The officer who claimed "he has my gun" has since committed suicide. Crime lab found none of Michael's DNA or fingerprints on the holster or gun. The local DA and the reviewing officers cleared themselves of any wrongdoing in just two days even though 2 eyewitnesses standing 10 feet away testified they saw Michael handcuffed. The department settled the civil rights case for a record amount. Michael Bell's family seek to change how Wisconsin shootings are reviewed, thus keeping in step with legislation passed in other states. See MichaelBell.info for additional video and forensics.
Here a BART cop shoots man in cuffs on ground, but it is OK because they are trained and man was safely killed.
Viewer Discretion-Full Footage of Oakland Man Killed By BART Cop
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I am thankful that literally no one is talking about ending gun ownership in America.
Here a well trained cop shoots mad dog.
This video shows a police officer shoot a happy yet restrained dog in the head.
The link to the news article is here: http://www.hannibal.net/news/x1600620381/LaGrange-dog-owner-vows-to-fight-for-law-changes
The location is here:
LaGrange, MO 63448
I wonder if our nation's teachers would be any better? Only one way to find out...
Cop drilled in gun safety shoots woman at party.
Detroit cop Issac Parrish was off-duty when he accidentally shot 24-year-old Adaisha Miller at a party.
Here a well trained cop safely discharges her firearm close to on ground handcuffed suspect and partner.
this dumb broad fires off her gun while pointing it at her partner handcuffing the suspect. There wasn't even the need for the gun really, what a dumb ass
Nine people in New York safely wounded by New York's finest as they exercise their superior judgment.
RAW FOOTAGE - Gunmen shot dead by police caught on camera after Empire State Building shooting.
Nine pedestrians suffered bullet or fragment wounds after police unleashed a hail of gunfire at a man wielding a .45 caliber pistol who had just killed a former co-worker outside of the Empire State Building in Manhattan.
NYPD Releases Footage of Shootout with Empire State Building Gunman
Police tonight released video footage [Warning: Graphic] showing the moment two officers shot and killed 58-year-old Jeffrey Johnson, a former employee of Hazan Imports who a short while earlier gunned down former coworker Steve Ercolino near the Empire State Building.
After the shooting, Johnson attempted to conceal the .45-caliber semiautomatic handgun he used to kill Ercolino inside a black bag, and headed away from the scene, but was chased down by construction workers who alerted police. The footage above shows the moment the officers confront Johnson.
It was later established that Johnson pointed the gun but did not fire at the officers, who themselves shot off 16 rounds which killed Johnson, but also injured nine bystanders. None of the collateral injuries were life-threatening.
Johnson, who lived in Manhattan, was fired from his job as women's apparel designer over a year ago after six year at Hazan. He had an ongoing dispute with Ercolino, and had reportedly threatened to kill him at least once.
It is only the left wing extremists who keep on insisting arming teachers the only option.
Any LEO's on this board? I'm curious as to how many rounds officers are required to shoot a year.
I'm guessing I'm better trained than the average (smokey) bear.
I wouldn't say it's the ONLY option. We also have to do something about violent video games... but mostly, it's about having a gun in every classroom.
But it is what government officials are telling us.
There are plenty of other related threads that even an left wing extremist can read without having to repeat them.
and who is advocating a gun in every classroom?
Logical people who love this country.
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