Is There a War On Cops?
MAMMY51♥POTL~PWCM~JLA♥ 2011/01/26 04:28:47
What is the purpose of this? At what point will the Justice Department realize that the rights of the LAW ABIDING citizens, should be protected, ABOVE that of the CRIMINALS? Could it be that these are all unrelated? Are they all suicides by cop?
By Lis Wiehlhttp://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2011/01/24/war-cops/
Eleven police officers shot in 24 hours.
Am I talking about a news headline in Mexico? No. The headline is right
here in the U.S. In five states no less.
marshal who was wounded during a standoff in St. Petersburg, Fla., on
Monday. The shooter was later found dead inside the home.
11 Officers Killed in 24 Hours in 5 Stateshttp://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/01/24/national/main...
Two St. Petersburg, Fla., Cops Latest Victims in Deadly Month for Police Officers on Duty
Here is the status of the police shooting investigations on Monday:http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41235743/ns/us_news-crime_and_cou...
- Indianapolis police say they arrested Thomas Hardy in the shooting
of Officer David Moore, who was shot in the face and body and remained
in a coma.
- A manhunt continued in the Oregon beach town of Waldport for a
gunman who shot officer Steven Dodds, 45, a six-year veteran of the
Lincoln City Police Department. Police were looking for the owner of a
1984 Dodge truck that fled the shooting scene.
- In Detroit, four officers shot inside their precinct were
recovering, police said. Investigators said Lamar Moore, 38, of Detroit
entered the 6th Precinct on the city's northwest side about 4:30 p.m.
Sunday and shot Cmdr. Brian Davis, Officer David Anderson; Sgt. Ray
Saati; and Sgt. Carrie Schulz. Officers returned fire and killed Moore,
who was scheduled to be sentenced Monday for his role in a double
homicide, they said.
- One of two deputies wounded in Port Orchard, Wash., was released
from the hospital while another remained in satisfactory condition after
being wounded Sunday in a gunfight. A suspect and a female victim who
came running to his aid were killed. Police were investigating how the
female victim was shot. The gunman was identified as Anthony A.
Martinez, 31, of Salt Lake City. The Deseret News said police had issued
an endangered persons advisory for a 13-year-old runaway believed to be
traveling with Martinez.
- In St. Petersburg, Fla., a suspected gunman was found dead after two
police officers were shot to death and a U.S. marshal was injured as
they tried to make an arrest. Suncoast Benevolent Association President
Mark Marland identified the fallen officers as Tom Baitinger and Jeffrey
- In Miami, thousands of law enforcement officers gathered at a
funeral service in American Airlines Arena to honor Roger Castillo, 41,
Amanda Haworth, 44, who were killed on Thursday while serving a warrant
on a suspected killer. The suspect, 22-year-old Johnny Simms, was killed
by another officer.
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