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February 04, 2014


Allowing the officers involved to continue their employment as public servants is appalling. Many people will now be forced to protect themselves from the Police because you allow Officers to shoot at innocent people without provocation. Do the actions of these officers make it safer for anyone? I don't think so.

they were trigger happy. shoot first ask questions later

Ignorant words Copeland. As the saying goes, "Raise your sword to the lawful authority, you'll likely die at the sword of the lawful authority." There is quite a bit to learn and discuss about this, but advocating shooting at police is not smart.

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