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    Default Police shot in Lakewood WA

    Four police were shot while having morning coffee in Lakewood WA

    The Seattle area lost a policeman in the last month.
    The news this morning is another shock.

    More of the story here
    http://www.thenewstribune.com/topsto...ry/973636.html

    My prayers go out to their families.

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    Talking that is very, very bad

    my prayers go out to their families too...

    is that near you??.

    he better turn himself in before they find him...

    on second thought.......

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    Mark, I think its about 30-40 miles from Terry.

    Its a sad day for police when they lose 4 in one incident...

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    Quote Originally Posted by master plumber mark View Post
    on second thought.......
    I would second that, as that would be the best closure. A bullet is a lot cheaper than a trial.

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    They are saying there was an accomplice, and the guy who did it was a former police officer?


    Rumors I'm sure, but there's certainly a method of reprisal that's the reason for this event.
    Read what the end of this sentence means.

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    No, the former police officer is the owner of the shop.

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    They are pretty sure they got the guy cornered...he is has been shot...

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    Now you know why Police don't want you getting out of the car.

    Never know when one is a crazy.

    My thoughts go out to the families.

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    Today's Seattle Times is full of updates.
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/home/index.html

    They have a person of interest,

    Suspect released in Arkansas after claiming he had changed
    Last edited by Terry; 12-02-2009 at 12:24 PM.

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    I asked a former cop how some guy could get the drop on four police officers.
    He told me of several ways that it could easily be done.

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    I asked a former cop how some guy could get the drop on four police officers.
    He told me of several ways that it could easily be done.
    Really the one thing the US has had going for it, has been the cooperation between people.
    We as a culture give others their space and respect.

    It's not hard being a bully, which is the case here, where it's almost a random incident, a lone guy walks into a coffee shop, like everyone else for that matter.
    Nobody's going to look twice at someone in a coffee shop.
    It's sanctuary there, getting your cup of Joe, and catching up on the news.
    The tough job, is trying to help others, and being thrown into known risky situations. That's what police do, every day.
    It's just a darn shame.

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    Holy moley Terry, they just said on the news that that guy is right in your back yard. I'd be loading up
    Last edited by Cass; 12-01-2009 at 04:30 AM.

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