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Shooting Leaves Omaha Police Officer in Critical but Stable Condition

August 21, 2008  | 

Omaha Mayor Mike Fahey said today that the Wednesday night shooting of Officer Paul Latschar by a gang member was a "cowardly act."

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skinni99 @ 8/22/2008 9:52 AM

The days that an law enforcement officer can go a 30 year career without firing his/her service weapon are gone. I have been in a few in only 5 years. The world we live in is not getting any better and we need to realize this. Train train train. Keep up on current events such as these and keep on your toes because it happens when you least expect it. We will pray for a quick and full recovery for Officre Latschar and his family.

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