GOOD: Repeat Offender Off the Street Permanently

GOOD: Repeat Offender Off the Street Permanently

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    He didn't learn his lesson the first time. Now he won't be doing it anymore.
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    In the words of the Nuge: I dont like repeat offenders...I like DEAD offenders.
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    Deputy drawing against the drop and winning.
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    Slow learning can hurt. Looks like in this case it was fatal!
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    "Wanna see it again!"

    Always glad to see a violent threat to society removed from that position.
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    My hat is off the the father. For once a family member who doesn't blame the police, society or "friends". He takes responsibility for failing his son.

    Dawkins says, "I wanted him to get a job, I wanted him to go to school, but it just wasn't in him."

    He says he wasn't the best father and David grew up in a foster home and just an overall childhood.

    Dawkins says, "I was worried about him because he just got out."
    Dawkins says, "I believe in the law enforcement. I think it's a great institution. I think we need public safety, it’s a must you know I’m just sad because it was my son. He's gone. You know, he's gone."

    And he's taking responsibility. "I failed, I failed as a parent."
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    Those are some huge words from his father.

    Glad the Deputy went home safely.
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    It's hard to lose your son, even if he's a scumbag! Happy the Deputy was on his game!
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    That's where my sister lives. One less car thief to worry about. Glad the officer is OK.
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    Deputy seemed to be able to engage the click pow defense
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    Outstanding work by Deputy Bill Walker!

    Yes Guantes, I want to see it again and again! [Permanent elimination of violent repeat-offending criminals.]
    I prefer that no citizen or LEO would have to face the jeopardy of drawing against an already drawn gun, however.

    To the father's credit, unusually balanced statement.
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    19-days out of prison and he had a gun.

    ... Were was Mayor Bloomberg ? ?

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