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    Time to call out the Army national guard gunships and have an informal search and destroy exercise
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    Time to call out the Army national guard gunships and have an informal search and destroy exercise
    Why stop at informal???
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    Prayers to the Rangers family. Look for Napolitano to remind us all how vets can easily become "domestic terrorists" or that "survivalist=domestic terrorist" More PTSD garbage. Propaganda machine is gonna eat this one up I'm afraid. Sickening...
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    We cannot blame anyone but the killer. The Ranger probably was'nt even part of there LE division. No mention of her being armed that I have read. Probably thought she was dealing with something alot less. IMHO if Rangers are in a patrol vehicle, they better be trained and armed officers. I'm guessing but if the suspect was the guy who murdered those at the house party. He may have gone to this area to commit suicide. Who knows??He's a mad dog, needs put down like one...
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    With all the soldiers coming home and a lot of them get addicted to that action we are going to see a lot more of this kind of stuff. We seen it in the 70's when soldiers came home from Vietnam

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911srule View Post
    We cannot blame anyone but the killer. The Ranger probably was'nt even part of there LE division. No mention of her being armed that I have read.
    I have read a news article stating she was in fact part of their law enforcement division.


    Probably thought she was dealing with something alot less.
    The far too frequent fatal mistake many officers killed and assaulted over the years have made.

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    Tragic. We constantly need to evaluate our use of cover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camjr View Post
    Unfortunately, this will be spun by the anti's since firearms have recently been allowed in National Parks. Nobody will mention that the scumbag that would shoot a Park Ranger would have had a gun regardless of the law.
    It already was. In the AP article, a parks official said the new law allowing carry should be rethought. Because we all know that a guy who KILLS FOUR PEOPLE over a stupid argument will have the presence of mind to check his gun at the park border. As if. Idiots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camjr View Post
    Unfortunately, this will be spun by the anti's since firearms have recently been allowed in National Parks. Nobody will mention that the scumbag that would shoot a Park Ranger would have had a gun regardless of the law.
    Already noted in the attached web article...
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    Very sad. Prayers to the family and community. The best thing to come of this is he is tracked cornered and dispatched.

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    this is SAD, SAD, SAD, anyway you look at it...... The LEO community (and those of us who support them) have lost one of their own. For those of us who are Vets, this young kid was also one of our own.

    Whatever his issues, he voluntarily put on a uniform for his country and that he should besmirch the honor of that uniform in this manner is nothing short of tragic as well. I'm sure that as details emerge about him, we will get a fuller picture of what was wrong here. Was he one of those psychopaths who make it into the military, going in violent and coming out violent and better trained??? Was he a kid on the fringes of insanity who combat and killing pushed him over the edge??? TRagic and utterly sad, any way this is looked at.........
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    I just read where they found what they think is his body in the park.

    Hopefully it is him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tacman605 View Post
    I just read where they found what they think is his body in the park.

    Hopefully it is him.
    Just saw that also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacman605 View Post
    I just read where they found what they think is his body in the park.

    Hopefully it is him.
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