The Murder of Deputy Kyle Wayne Dinkheller

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    The Murder of Deputy Kyle Wayne Dinkheller

    Quickly take control of the situation and the subject. It can get ugly really fast.

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    Very sad , Hang the guy IMO
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    ...boils down to how badly do I want to live...and what am I willing to do to continue to do that...
    ...I wonder if the Deputy had a long gun...wonder if he ran out of ammo...

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    So sad. The deputy should have started firing the moment the BG advanced on him aggressively.

    Where was Jessie Jackson or Al Sharpton for this one?
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    This is the difference between Military training and defensive police training.

    This guy was shot in the belly and still went into his survival mode from the military and was able to overcome the defensive posture of the officer.

    My heart goes out to the officer. The first fire fight a person is in they often make mistakes in the military you have people around you to help you survive and as time goes by you get better and better. The officer doesn't have this support or the opportunity to get better and better at his skills and tactics. The pistol is the culture here in the private sector in the Military it is used to help you fight your way to your long gun.
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    I've seen this video many times. I hate it. But it's there and it's what happens sometimes.

    It's a somber reminder that a "command voice" doesn't always cut it. Especially when there's fear in your voice. There quickly comes a time to shut up and shoot or retreat.
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    One of the saddest things about the event I think is that the officer was only 22 years old. He left behind a son, that was born that September. The officer was killed in January. He probably didn't even know that his wife was pregnant.
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    I didn't open this link, but watched the video almost a year ago. I felt physically sick! It really brought home the reality of the dangers that LEOs face.

    I can't say what I think about the wacko that killed him without breaking forum rules.

    I have the utmost sympathy for his family, and the utmost contempt for the BG.
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    My prayers go out for the officer and his family may he rest in peace and they be consoled for their loss. Shows the failings of our system that the murderer is still appealing his conviction.

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    This video is one of the videos that is shown at every Police Academy across the nation, sad but it's necessary for Defensive Tactics and Range portions of Academies.

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    From what I read the shooter Brannan was able to hit Dinkheller in his arms and legs during the exchange and finished him off with a head shot. Basically Brannan disabled him and finished him off

    Dinkheller was hit 10 times and Brannan only once.

    Here is where Dinkheller was shot.

    1- In the right lower leg, the bullet embedded itself in the bone.
    1- In the left foot and toes
    1- Left Shoulder
    1- Left Arm pit
    1- Left Arm
    1- Left side of chest
    2- In his back
    2- To his head

    Brannan as they said methodically walked down and killed Dinkheller. He was more accurate,controlled and aggressive.

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    I've seen this video before and I do not wish to see it again. Very sad.

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    What a tragedy; my heart aches for the officer and his family.

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    ...it is very difficult to talk and act at the same time...having had the suspect do all that he had done prior, the second the officer saw a gun in his hands, he should have stopped talking...and started shooting...with a long gun, if he had one...no more talk...I hope every rookie and vet cop in the country sees this and remembers it...what a waste...what a tragedy...
    ...if he had taken the suspect into custody before he went back to his truck...and he had plenty of cause to subdue him and cuff him...

    ...mighty upsetting to an old, fat, grey-headed ex-training officer...
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    hang him.
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