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2 Pentagon Police Officers Shot

March 04, 2010  | 

At least three people were wounded, two of them police officers, during a shooting early Thursday evening at a train station near the Pentagon.

The shooting took place at the entrance to a Metro station adjacent to the Pentagon, prompting officials to place the huge Arlington office complex and Department of Defense headquarters on lockdown for a brief period of time.

Read the full story at nytimes.com.


 

Tags: Officer Involved Shootings


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tpd223 @ 3/4/2010 8:34 PM

And note that it's always important for the anti-gunners to blame "lax" gun laws on any shooting.

They make note of various CCW laws, yet there is no indication what so ever that the gunman in this case is a legit CCW licensee.

I hope the brothers in blue heal quickly and completely.

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