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by Soccerdad1995
Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:50 am
Forum: The Crime Blotter
Topic: KS:Witchta man dies after fake "Swatting" call
Replies: 82
Views: 3573

Re: KS:Witchta man dies after fake "Swatting" call

WTR wrote:Police work is inherently dangerous . Ever Officer accepts that as part of the job. You simply cannot guess if a person has anything in their hands. You need to prosess the nerve to hold your fire until you KNOW if there is a weapon present . I'm tired of these Officer in their full combat regalia saying they thought there was a weapon when the victims hands prove to be empty or at worst holding a cell phone. If you don't have the nerve.....quit. Everyone wants to go home safely to their family. You shoot first and plead ignorance you need to go to jail. We need to hold the Police accountable.
Can I gun down anyone who comes to my door with something in their hands that appears to possibly be a weapon?

When my local Constable approaches my son and I for a friendly chat about fishing while we are at the pond across from my house, can I gun him down if he makes a move that appears to be him going for a weapon? After all, he is clearly a MWAG.

Why should we hold our untrained citizens to a higher standard than our trained LEO's who have sworn a duty to protect and defend our rights?
by Soccerdad1995
Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:34 am
Forum: The Crime Blotter
Topic: KS:Witchta man dies after fake "Swatting" call
Replies: 82
Views: 3573

Re: KS:Witchta man dies after fake "Swatting" call

WTR wrote:Who ever did the SWATing needs to be charged to the full extent of the law. The Officer who pulled the trigger needs to ride a desk and never allowed a weapon again.
I agree on the SWATer. He is guilty of murder and should be punished accordingly. I disagree on the officer. If facts are as they seem, he should not ever again be an officer, and should face a criminal trial for his actions.

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