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Old 05-20-2016, 08:17 PM   #121
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Yes yes.. of course. No evasion there.

Dunno what you're doing on an online public forum Stogie. I think after a decade you started thinking this online place is your home, and associate threads with different parts of a city. And others need your permission to come feel 'at home' in it, etc.

I think your hiatus was a good idea; prolong it.
Well, aren't you just a little ray of sunshine? You've put together quite the body of "work" around here in a short period of time. I'm curious, though, are really this much of an asshole IRL, or is this just some online persona designed to make you feel smart and important behind the anonymity of the Internet?
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Old 05-20-2016, 09:34 PM   #122
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Lol. What a douche. He should start a thread called "Look at me!!! RL09's Official Ignore List thread!!!"
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Old 05-21-2016, 05:01 PM   #124
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Lol. What a douche. He should start a thread called "Look at me!!! RL09's Official Ignore List thread!!!"
Well, at this pace, before long he won't have anyone to converse with other than himself. That should make for interesting theater for the rest of us.
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Lol. What a douche. He should start a thread called "Look at me!!! RL09's Official Ignore List thread!!!"
Like my Johnson, it'll be long but distinguished.
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Old 05-22-2016, 11:31 AM   #126
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I thought ur johnson was half in pain with pressure build up?


U can all kiss my hairy ass btw. My main underlying point in the FTP thread was that unarmed kids were being treated as a "normal" statistic by the 'defense team' especially Stogie. In here, a different reasoning is used and you are proven hypocrites, hence your deviation.

And sore losers


Let's douche all that stink away shall we; at ur service
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I thought ur johnson was half in pain with pressure build up?


U can all kiss my hairy ass btw. My main underlying point in the FTP thread was that unarmed kids were being treated as a "normal" statistic by the 'defense team' especially Stogie. In here, a different reasoning is used and you are proven hypocrites, hence your deviation.

And sore losers


Let's douche all that stink away shall we; at ur service
Nice to know you think you are a douche, too.
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Old 05-22-2016, 04:08 PM   #128
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Officer Ronald Tarentino, Jr.




Leaves behind a wife and three kids who expected him to come home from work that night.

Police Officer Ronald Tarentino, Jr., Auburn Police Department, Massachusetts
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Police Officer Ronald Tarentino was shot and killed while conducting a traffic stop on Rochdale Street, near Zabelle Avenue, at approximately 12:30 am.

An occupant of the vehicle opened fire on him during as he approached the car, striking him multiple times. He was transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center where he succumbed to his wounds.

The subject who shot him fled the scene, but was later located at an Oxford apartment building. As officers searched the apartment he was believed to have been hiding in they discovered a secret passage into an adjoining apartment. When the officers made entry into the second apartment the subject exited a closet and opened fire, wounding one Massachusetts State Police tactical team trooper before being killed.

Officer Tarentino had served with the Auburn Police Department for two years and had previously served with the Leicester Police Department. He is survived by his wife and three children.
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Jesus, what is wrong with people, RIP to the officer.
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Just found out a guy I used to work with was arresting a drunk lady who became belligerent and was kicking as she was struggling. Her stiletto healed boot took my buddy's eye out. Permanently.

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Ouch..... Sorry to hear that... Hope she gets in some serious shit for that.
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Isn't that aggravated assault on a police officer?
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Just found out a guy I used to work with was arresting a drunk lady who became belligerent and was kicking as she was struggling. Her stiletto healed boot took my buddy's eye out. Permanently.



Hope she spends some quality time in jail.
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Isn't that aggravated assault on a police officer?
It's certainly felony resisting arrest. Not sure if battery is a necessary separate charge at that point.
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It's certainly felony resisting arrest. Not sure if battery is a necessary separate charge at that point.
If the crime was committed, why is the charge not necessary?
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I'm only a certified CIW, not a prosecutor.

It seems like felony resisting arrest in Arizona could cover the battery.
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I'm only a certified CIW, not a prosecutor.

It seems like felony resisting arrest in Arizona could cover the battery.
Um, no, that covers the resisting arrest. It's not really complicated.
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She's definitely going to get an aggravated battery charge to a police officer Class 1 Felony.. bitch done.
I hope he's still able to serve. One of my pops road dogs was a detective and was a cyclops.
Hopefully he has a speedy recovery and is able to adapt without diminishing his abilities too much.
I wonder if dominance in vision transitions, like does the brain adapt.. I would hope so.
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A forum for cyclops..

From my quick search, it can adapt.. nih has some decent articles on it.
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Sheriff's sergeant loses eye after Tucson woman kicks face during arrest | Crime | tucson.com

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A Pima County Sheriff's sergeant lost his left eye after a handcuffed woman kicked him in the face with her boot during a DUI arrest this weekend, officials say.

Deputies arrested Yesennia Gonzalez, 28, on suspicion of DUI about midnight Saturday in the area of East Drexel Road and South Alvernon Way, the department said in a news release.

Deputies placed Gonzalez in handcuffs and were trying to put her in a patrol car when she began kicking at them.

During the struggle, Gonzalez kicked Sgt. Mark Bustamante in the left eye with the heel of her boot, the release said.

Bustamante was taken to a hospital and doctors operated on his eye, but couldn't save it.

Gonzalez was booked into the Pima County jail on two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer, one count of resisting arrest, and one count of DUI.
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She needs the same thing to happen to her.
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and it was written.. an eye for an eye
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Officer Jackie Tucker From Saraland PD Shot In Head

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Damn her mugshot makes her look like a Hispanic Caitlyn Jenner
But she looks alright here... too bad she's gonna be in the slammer for a while..
https://plus.google.com/+YesenniaGonzalez
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I have generally stopped posting every time an officer is simply shot, there are just too many incidents to keep up with :wtf:

Master Sgt. Debra Clayton


Police officer shot dead outside Orlando Walmart; suspect on the run

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Published January 09, 2017

FoxNews.comDEVELOPING – Orlando was gripped in a frantic and deadly manhunt on Monday after police said a wanted murder suspect with a long rap sheet shot and killed a police officer before escaping the scene, armed and dangerous.

VIDEO: DRAMATIC FOOTAGE OF INTENSE STANDOFF RELEASED BY FLORIDA POLICE


The suspect, identified as Markeith Loyd, was accused of murdering his pregnant ex-girlfriend last month, Fox 35 reported. He had been arrested 20 times in Orange County since 1994, according to court records.


Amid the manhunt, a motorcycle crash killed an Orange County deputy sheriff searching for the suspect, the sheriff announced.

Police said the officer killed was Master Sgt. Debra Clayton, a 17-year veteran of the force married for one year. Officials did not identify the deputy who died.

"(The shooter) was an average looking dude, he walked by me, had a security vest and everything," witness James Herman told the station. "I was walking down the sidewalk, right past the officer, and I heard her tell him to stop, or whatever, and he shot her. He shot her down."

Police released video of the officer's flag-draped coffin leaving Orlando Regional Medical Center. At least 64 officers were killed in gun-related incidents in 2016, a jump of more than 50 percent from the previous year, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

Loyd had been on the run since Dec. 13 when police accused him of shooting and killing 24-year-old Sade Dixon, a pregnant mother of two, and critically wounding her brother, Ronald Steward, outside her home. The Orange County Sheriff's Office stated his age as 41, but the Orlando Sentenel reported it as 43.

Herman said a shopper had tipped off the unnamed officer -- who was putting bags in the trunk of her vehicle -- that Loyd was in the Walmart waiting to check out. As the officer walked towards the store, the suspect barged out and fired at least 12 shots, according to Herman. Three shots hit the officer, WFTV reported.

After deputies launched a manhunt, the suspect pulled into a nearby apartment complex and fired shots, hitting one deputy's unmarked SUV twice before carjacking another vehicle and escaping, Fox 35 added. Nobody was reported hurt at the apartment complex.

The manhunt also led police to the Pine Hills area a few miles west of Orlando.

City Commissioner Regina Hill identified the officer as her Orlando Police Dept. liaison. The officer's heart briefly stopped while paramedics were racing her to Orlando Regional Medical Center, rescuers said.

Officials locked down 15 schools in the area. Evidence markers were spotted in the Walmart parking lot.

Sheriff's deputies rushed to the scene after they got word that an "officer needs help," the Sentinel reported.

Students and staff in the locked-down schools were safe, Fox 35 added.
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So sad... I was wondering why she would go after him unarmed, but the article has been updated and they removed the reference to her being unarmed...
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This officer would probably be dead if this happened in California...

Stranger saves Arizona state trooper shot after traffic accident on I-10 near Phoenix - KTAR.com

Stranger saves Arizona state trooper shot after traffic accident on I-10 near Phoenix


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PHOENIX — A good Samaritan driving an isolated stretch of Interstate 10 near Phoenix probably saved the life of an Arizona state trooper who was being attacked early Thursday morning.

The man shot and killed a suspect he said was beating a highway patrol officer, who had already been shot, near Tonopah, about 50 miles west of downtown Phoenix.

The officer was shot in the shoulder. His injuries were serious but not life threatening. He had been investigating a rollover accident just before shots were fired at him around 4:30 a.m., he told fellow officers.

“I don’t know that my trooper would be alive without his assistance,” Department of Public Safety Director Col. Frank Milstead said of driver’s intervention.

The driver, whose name has not been released, was in the car with his family. He pulled over after seeing the fight.

He asked the officer if he needed help and when the officer said yes, ran back to his car and retrieved a weapon.

The family man drew his weapon and demanded the attacker stop. When that didn’t happen, he fired and hit the man multiple times.

The stranger used the police car radio to call for help.

“I would just say thank you,” Milstead said of the intervention.

The woman was behind the wheel of the vehicle that crashed died. They were all taken to a hospital in Goodyear by medical helicopter.

Authorities closed I-10 near State Route 85. The westbound roadway was shut down at 411th Avenue.
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That's a hell of a story. I'm interested in where the attacker came from.
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That's a hell of a story. I'm interested in where the attacker came from.
Speculation is that he may have been shooting at cars on the freeway from the median...
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Is it wrong of me to get popcorn?
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Horree fucking shiet guys.. check this out:


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Dramatic video released from Troup County Sheriff’s Office shows a shootout between a deputy and a suspect in Troup County. The shooting happened Monday afternoon as the deputy was performing a welfare check at the suspect’s home on Jackson Street. Officers said the man’s father had called in a report that his adult son was in the midst of a mental health episode. Deputy Michael Hockett’s dash camera was running as he responded to the scene. In the video, Hockett is heard yelling at the suspect, “Drop the gun now!” Moments later he’s seen running away as the armed suspect chases him. Hockett jumps a fence and the suspect begins firing at him. Hockett returns fire, hitting the suspect in the shoulder. Hockett was also hit in his forehead, elbow and waist by pellets from a shotgun blast during the shootout. Both Hockett and Edmondson survived.

“I'm thankful that the Lord seen me through it. I've replayed it in my head and I know in my heart that I did everything I could to do the best I could with the situation I'd been placed in,” Hockett said. Edmondson’s mother witnessed part of the shootout and frantically called 911. “I need an ambulance. Please hurry. My son’s been shot,” she said. “There was a deputy here we had just came in. and I don't know if the deputy was shot or not. I don't know what's going on but I'm scared to death." She was then kept in the home for six hours during the standoff. “He’s at the house but he has a gun. I’m scared,” she told the dispatcher. “I’m trying to get away from him.” Edmondson eventually surrendered and is now facing several charges, including attempted murder, aggravated assault and false imprisonment.
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Now you tell me, I kept waiting for the action.

Insane how how many cops are killed. I've been following blue lives matter and the shit they deal with is insane.
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