Local Law Enforcement Loses a Good One

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    Local Law Enforcement Loses a Good One

    His injuries were just too tough to come back from, try as he might:
    http://www.marionstar.com/article/20...nclick_check=1
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    Very sad indeed. I wish him the best in whatever he may decide to do.
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    I wish him the best.

    I hate that he will have life long pain from being shot 5 times, and the turd got a 25 year sentence. Horrible. Turd deserves life without parole. At minimum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kb2wji View Post
    I wish him the best.

    I hate that he will have life long pain from being shot 5 times, and the turd got a 25 year sentence. Horrible. Turd deserves life without parole. At minimum.
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    turd took away the guy's career and caused permanent disabilities, 25 is a load of crap since he will most likely get out way before that

    Moore is a warrior, performed extraordinarily well

    his situation is why almost all of our patrol officers carry a tourniquet on their person, heaven forbid any of us have to use ours
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    Local Law Enforcement Loses a Good One

    Quote Originally Posted by 64zebra View Post
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    Moore is a warrior, performed extraordinarily well
    Well said, sir,
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    In my prayers Moore.
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