A tribute to Officer Henwood.........
Video: Slain cop's touching final act
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Wow. A powerful reminder that every moment, everything that we do - counts.
Thank you for sharing that. I am floored...
'Clinging to my guns and religion
I saw this yesterday on that web site and it is a very sad story .RIP officer Henwood
Truly sad that wearing unifom marking you as a LEO makes you a target. Obviously a good man.
Rember, everthing you say & do has eternal ramifications. Wether they are good or bad. Once they are said or done they cannot be taken back or unspoken.
Anticipation of Death is Worse Than Death Itself.
Psalm 46:10 "Be still, and know that I am God;
That guy was looking for suicide by cop....terrible tragedy of wrong place at the wrong time.
Friends don't let friends be MALL NINJAS.
I am just as nice as anyone lets me be and can be just as mean as anyone makes me. - Quoted from Terryger, New member to our forum.
Maybe more people will take the time to positively impact the lives of our youth, much the way that Officer Henwood did. It just takes a minute or two out of our day to make someone else's day a little better. I hope that young man goes on to great things in life and has a positive influence on others. RIP Officer Henwood, and prayers and thoughts to the family.
The epitome of what I would think all LEO's aspire to be. Another in a sad list of tragedies, & yet another reason why the men & women in law enforcement deserve basic respect.
In remembrance of Maplewood Sgt. Joe Bergeron, Saint Paul Officer Ron Ryan, Jr., et al:
Sergeant Joseph Anthony Bergeron, Maplewood Police Department, Minnesota
Officer Ronald Michael Ryan, Jr., St. Paul Police Department, Minnesota
"Historical examination of the right to bear arms, from English antecedents to the drafting of the Second Amendment, bears proof that the right to bear arms has consistently been, and should still be, construed as an individual right." -- U.S. District Judge Sam Cummings, Re: U.S. vs Emerson (1999)
I feel for the officer's family and loved ones. He was a good man, I think you can tell that in his last act.