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    He deseved a medal for that day
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    They are left in full possession of them."

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    That was amusing.. Could tell the cop was a bit PO'd when he whipped the baton out, he wanted to beat someone with it. Then the shovel came and out come mr. big bang.

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    i think those idiots actually believed themselves when they said that the cop was going to be in big trouble, haha.

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    I guess those guys got a little education on just who was in trouble that day. I think the LEO actually showed good restraint and a level head!

    Wonder if they were able to impress their jail buddies with their importance??
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    I believe the officer did an incredible job. I am amazed that nobody stopped to help the officer, it looks like they were on a heavily traveled road, I reckon that is the world we live in. I think both of those guys could have used some pepper spray, I am sure this was mentioned during their review of the situation. Glad the LEO came out OK, one of those inbred's could have easily pulled a 12 ga out of the back of that truck.
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    I think both those subjects could have used more than just pepper spray. suprised the officer didn't use more force , actually.
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    A lot of people knock LEOs. I wonder how they would like to stop a car for speeding and walk up to it not knowing what might happen.
    IT's a risky job. Im supprised no one stopped to help the LEO. Got to give these guys a lot of credit.

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    Shallow gene pools right there.

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    Man, oh, man. I am none too soft most of the time on our boys in blue, but that officer right there exercised monumental and commendable restraint.

    Why the attitude of those guys? You get pulled over, most of the time you're going to know why. You're also going to get the opportunity, most of the time, to make easy for everyone or hard on yourself.

    Why choose the latter?

    I might (very passively, as in go limp, wiggle, etc.) with an LEO who was arresting me for something, that IMHO, didn't merit arresting. If he was fixing to shoot me for no good reason I'd fight back more.

    But jeez, Louise, those guys were just plain-old, messed-up wrong and they're very lucky they weren't hurt or killed.

    That particulary officer is worthy of respect, and not just a little.

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    my questions to the LEOs on here is this: If we would happen to see you in a bad situation... 1)would you want us to stop to assist you? 2)How would you want a civilian to approach and Identify themself to you as someone there to help you? 3) If you have drawn your weapon is it also appropriate for us to do the same?

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    Outstanding restraint by the officer.

    Hopefully both the occupants of the truck got to make some close new friends in prison.

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    Lucky guy, he could've ended up like this:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qw8biC0qeNM&NR

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELCruisr View Post
    I guess those guys got a little education on just who was in trouble that day. I think the LEO actually showed good restraint and a level head!

    Wonder if they were able to impress their jail buddies with their importance??
    If I was him, I might have shot him at that point when he pulled the shovel.

    Mace might have been helpful to take the fight out of them.
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    I saw this posted on another forum a couple of months ago. My comments at that point were that he did a good job in the sense that he dominated them physically (showing the importance of training and conditioning) but that he should have killed them both. Instead of the baton, he should have drawn his sidearm and as soon as that shovel came out he should have shot the SOB's.

    regardless, glad he made it.
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