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8/14/13

And The Real Killer Is

The cop six times over!

Four children and their mother and father were killed when the driver of a stolen pickup truck slammed intotheir SUV during a deadly high-speed police chase.

Not only do they have a license to kill in other ways this way produces grisly results on a regular basis.

Take these people off the pedestal they've been falsely elevated to! 

A 20 year old with a stolen vehicle is not worth six lives and all the rest. Why can't people get this. Decades of the same and other shit they pull and few say boo.

It ain't ok with this guy. Never was never will be. Just saying. 
I'd like to have that optimistic view and say that it's changing like people on the left like to say. It's not.  

10 comments:

  1. Indianpolis had to institute rules on police chases after a tragic cop car accident that killed some kids - the arch criminal they were chasing after was a shop lifter.

    Good post!

    Sarge

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  2. Sheesh...this is really sad! Sounds like the "catching" almost becomes sport instead of logic.

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    1. That's the point TMoon. These badges do what ever they want because we allow them to. Not me.

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  3. I'll wager if THAT cop had it to do over again ... he'd handle the situation differently. Unfortunately there are no "Do-Overs" in these kinds of tragedy. Short of chasing actively killing mass murderers or Ayman al-Zawahiri types, THIS kind of pursuit should be abolished .... IMO

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    1. Without question it should bj. How come we're the only ones that know that.

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    2. I reckon soon enough car chases like this will be the thing movies are made about .... when the collective Police Forces all have their own drone squadrons .... (gulp!)

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    3. gulp is the important word there!

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  4. I drive by an intersection with wreaths where six people were killed after a high speed chase. When my brother was on the police force in the '70's the policy was that if the person they were chasing hit 100mph to let them go, the danger to the public was greater than the need to catch whoever they were chasing. Seems the police are no longer in the serve and protect mode.

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    1. No they are not and it's NOT okay.

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