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Response to greiner3 (Original post)

Thu Dec 4, 2014, 08:58 PM

1. I think, independent of any criminal charges, any officer who shoots an unarmed suspect

should turn in his service revolver and his badge. It should be departmental policy.

You thought that ham sandwich was a gun so you shot him? Fine. If you can't tell the difference between a ham sandwich and a gun, or a bag of skittles and a gun, or a wallet and a gun, you don't work here anymore.

We do not need trigger happy paranoid thugs 'protecting' the public.


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