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    Thumbs down BAD -- Four San Antonio police SWAT officers shot

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    Four San Antonio police SWAT officers helping execute a narcotics search warrant at a Southeast Side residence were injured in a hail of assault rifle fire Thursday afternoon.

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    That was very bad. I hope the officers get well soon.
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    Very bad. I hope they make a full and quick recovery.

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    Unfortunately, it comes with the territory, hope they all recover soon.
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    That calls for a wood shampoo for the punk, shooting at cops plus putting his family in harms way.
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    He had been brought up on murder charges twice before. Sounds like the courts let these four officers down by allowing this scum bag to remain free.

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    William Carroll, 29, was charged with four counts of attempted capital murder, police spokesman Chris Benavides said.

    Mr. Carroll should be facing the death penalty in CA this time around...he could be executed in 20 or 30 years from now.

    I hope the officers all make a full recovery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    William Carroll, 29, was charged with four counts of attempted capital murder, police spokesman Chris Benavides said.

    Mr. Carroll should be facing the death penalty in CA this time around...he could be executed in 20 or 30 years from now.
    Death penalty in California for ATTEMPTED capital murder? That's never gonna' happen.

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    "No-Knock" Warrants = Dangerous Business

    The poor guy admitted he didnt know they were cops -

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBadBang View Post
    "No-Knock" Warrants = Dangerous Business

    The poor guy admitted he didnt know they were cops -
    Yah, that must be tough trying to run a drug business - never knowing if it's a rival gang or the cops kicking your door in.

    No sympathy here. Dirtbag needs to be put down.
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    "No Knock Warrants" are very bad business and in my "NON" LE opinion should not be used.

    What is wrong with with surrounding the house and demanding a surrender.

    Children in house would be in danger ether way but everyone would have a much better idea of who everyone is.

    Can't help it "No Knock Warrens" remind me of a very over reaching and very dangerous thing for everyone including children in house.

    This tactic would weight very heavy on me and many others who might get called to jury duty about any case where "No Knock Warrens" were used.

    How many on this forum talk about being armed at home and if some one broke down your door would you not try to defend your home and family.

    As to the brave police swat team I pray for a speedy recovery and better tactics in the future.
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    You all know they yell police as soon as they knock down the doors?? It's called no knock cause they don't knock and then enter, they just force their way in. It doesn't exactly make sense to give a drug ring time to go get prepared by letting them know your waiting for them to open the door. I'm fairly certain the SWAT team leaders know what the best way to do things are as opposed to a private citizen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by searcher 45 View Post
    "No Knock Warrants" are very bad business and in my "NON" LE opinion should not be used.

    What is wrong with with surrounding the house and demanding a surrender.

    Children in house would be in danger ether way but everyone would have a much better idea of who everyone is.

    Can't help it "No Knock Warrens" remind me of a very over reaching and very dangerous thing for everyone including children in house.

    This tactic would weight very heavy on me and many others who might get called to jury duty about any case where "No Knock Warrens" were used.

    How many on this forum talk about being armed at home and if some one broke down your door would you not try to defend your home and family.

    As to the brave police swat team I pray for a speedy recovery and better tactics in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hkchris View Post
    He had been brought up on murder charges twice before. Sounds like the courts let these four officers down by allowing this scum bag to remain free.
    Absolutely right. All the violent crime stats overwhelmingly support this as being true.
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    I guess the reason for no knocks is to prevent evidence from being flushed down the toilet. Maybe they could have waited for the kids to be out of the house. But maybe they don't go to school as the guy is a dirt bag. Tough call here.

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