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52 minutes ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 

 ... " ........ but he was a good boy and was turning his life around ....... " .....   -_-

And was ambushed by police without probable cause (beyond driving a stolen car with pot smoke/smell filling the interior and mismatched license plates) at 2:30AM while on his way home after leading church choir practice, Oh and the gun he fired at police wasn't his...... he was going to drop it off at the police station in the next few days, but before he could the darn thing took control of his mind and went off, just like Alec Baldwin?

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1 hour ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 

 ... " ........ but he was a good boy and was turning his life around ....... " .....   -_-

 

Them lyin' sacks o' suds....  <_<

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wow , that puts a point to it - they always say he was a good boy and such - he knew it was dangerous to do what he did and i think we should hear that instead when he gets what is coming to him , no more criminal memorials please 

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We all knew the risk when we signed on.  We were all young and  idealistic believing we'd have an impact and change the community in which we worked.  The honeymoon phase ended at about 3 years in and we became cynical and divorced but did discover that every now and then the world became a better place if just for a while because of our efforts.  We didn't profile based on color, we profiled behavior.   Rarely did we ever get a genuine thank you, our bosses were quick to point out our shortcomings and mistakes but neglected to recognize our successes.  But when it was all over and we closed a case by locking up someone bad we all smiled because we knew that he'd get his...Many a time I told the bad guy, it is the cost and risk of your career choice so do not complain.  No regrets after 27 years and 10 months of service.   To all officers, past, present and future, God Bless, stay on course, we need you.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Badlands Bob #61228 said:

I think every criminal that dies at the hands of the police should be posthumously awarded a GED.


They’ve certainly completed their education!!

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11 hours ago, Hashknife Cowboy said:

We all knew the risk when we signed on.  We were all young and  idealistic believing we'd have an impact and change the community in which we worked.  The honeymoon phase ended at about 3 years in and we became cynical and divorced but did discover that every now and then the world became a better place if just for a while because of our efforts.  We didn't profile based on color, we profiled behavior.   Rarely did we ever get a genuine thank you, our bosses were quick to point out our shortcomings and mistakes but neglected to recognize our successes.  But when it was all over and we closed a case by locking up someone bad we all smiled because we knew that he'd get his...Many a time I told the bad guy, it is the cost and risk of your career choice so do not complain.  No regrets after 27 years and 10 months of service.   To all officers, past, present and future, God Bless, stay on course, we need you.

 

 

 

Every time you bought a burger for a homeless person, or gave them your spare shoes, you made the world better  

 

Every time you pulled someone over and fixed the taillight for them, you made the world better.

 

Every time you gave words of comfort to someone who watched an ambulance, or coroner's wagon, take a loved one away, you made the world better.

 

Every time you took a few minutes to talk with a lonely kid on his front porch, or toss a ball with him, you made the world better.

 

 

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