NYPD off duty cop beaten

NYPD off duty cop beaten

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    NYPD off duty cop beaten

    Suspect Arraigned In Beating Of Off-Duty NYPD Cop « CBS New York
    Anyone else see this? It almost made me sick when I watched it. How would you have reacted being on scene? If it hadn't been NYC would you have used your ccw?
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    Yes
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    Would I have used any weapon at my disposal instead of being put into a coma from being beaten so badly? ...YES.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StormRhydr View Post
    Would I have used any weapon at my disposal instead of being put into a coma from being beaten so badly? ...YES.
    No, I mean had you been a bystander, would you have used a weapon to intervene?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rugerdude12 View Post
    No, I mean had you been a bystander, would you have used a weapon to intervene?
    No. Not unless me or mine were threatened. I may well have phoned it in.

    Id lay odds that if you pulled a gun on that bg, that you would have had to shoot him multiple times to keep him off of you. I dont think he would have stopped simply seeing a gun aimed at him. Not in the state he was in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugerdude12 View Post
    No, I mean had you been a bystander, would you have used a weapon to intervene?
    If that was what it took to stop the felonious assault which was taking place. Then again, I have a bias based upon people I have known.
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    Doesn't matter to me that the man was an off-duty LEO, except I wonder how he was overcome. Did the suspect sucker punch him to spark it off in a way that the LEO did not see it escalating?

    It's unfortunate and the suspect is a piece of garbage that belongs in a cage.
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    Yes - in NYC or any other place where I was carrying a firearm.


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    Are off duty cops allowed to carry in NYC?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady View Post
    Are off duty cops allowed to carry in NYC?
    that is a good question, I think I remember president Bush signing something that says an officer can carry a firearm anywhere at anytime but with NYC who knows...
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    i think so.. but even if he could carry off duty he wouldn't have been doing so at that time. The article said he was drunk (also was at the night club). doubt he would be carrying that night if he was allowed to anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by discoboxer View Post
    Doesn't matter to me that the man was an off-duty LEO, except I wonder how he was overcome. Did the suspect sucker punch him to spark it off in a way that the LEO did not see it escalating?

    It's unfortunate and the suspect is a piece of garbage that belongs in a cage.
    I read in another article that they were both drunk, its hard too tell how the beating started because the video starts with the LEO already unconscious
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    Yes its called the LEOSA

    The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA) is a United States federal law, enacted in 2004, that allows two classes of persons—the "qualified law enforcement officer" and the "qualified retired law enforcement officer"—to carry a concealed firearm in any jurisdiction in the United States, regardless of state or local laws, with certain exceptions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugerdude12 View Post
    I read in another article that they were both drunk, its hard too tell how the beating started because the video starts with the LEO already unconscious
    here is the full vid i saw earlier.

    Off Duty NYC Cop Beaten by Thug - YouTube

    i was upset after watching this... I lived in NYC for 18yrs before i joined the Military. These type of "thugs" need to be put behind bars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC_CBRN View Post
    here is the full vid i saw earlier.

    Off Duty NYC Cop Beaten by Thug - YouTube

    i was upset after watching this... I lived in NYC for 18yrs before i joined the Military. These type of "thugs" need to be put behind bars.
    No, these types of thugs need to be put down.
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