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Montana Officer's Miraculous Traffic Stop


A Montana traffic stop ended in gunfire in January, after Raymond Thane Davis pulls out a .44 Magnum revolver and fires at Hamilton Police Officer Ross Jessop. The driver responds to Jessop's question of how much have you had to drink with, "Plenty," and then pulls out the gun. A jury ruled on April 13 that the shooting was justified. Listen for the "click" of the revolver's hammer dropping on an already fired round in the cylinder. The second round was live.

December 08, 2010
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Tags: Drunk Driving


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tomwise @ 12/28/2010 9:55 AM

All I can say is WOW. Good job Officer Jessop.

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