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Evidence Confirms Teen Fired at Off-Duty St Louis Officer


Gunshot residue tests and ballistics evidence indicate that 18-year-old Vonderitt D. Myers Jr. fired a gun at a St. Louis Metro police officer before being fatally shot, police and union officials said Tuesday. More Hree,

October 14, 2014
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Tschako @ 10/14/2014 4:30 PM

It really doesn't matter anymore. Nothing anyone says matters to these cretins,(except what Al and Jesse says). They are rioting anyway, and will continue to do so.

Ryan @ 10/14/2014 5:41 PM

The problem with society is they no longer respect Law Enforcement like they use to. Evidence shows Myers had a gun and had GSW. It does not matter what race the suspect or officer is. If you shoot at a police officer then the officer has a right to defend themselves and others around the area. Lets give the respect to police that they deserve. They put their lives on the line to deal with people and situations that no one else wants to deal with. Do you leave everyday to go to work questioning if you will return home to your family safe. Walk a day in an officers shoes to know what we deal with every day.

Ryan @ 10/14/2014 5:44 PM

These people protesting are looking for anything to start a riot. Sad thing is there are idiots out there that feel that if an officer or someone in the military gets shot or killed than it is acceptable. Why doesn't these people before they go off on these protests stop and think what would they do or what do they feel would be acceptable if they were put in a situation where someone shot at them.

kevCopAz @ 10/14/2014 6:10 PM

I await all the riot/Race batters all admitting that they were wrong. I guess I will be waiting a very long time.

TERRY @ 10/14/2014 8:08 PM

It feels like the sixties all over again. Detroit was in a shambles in 1967/68. MY Dad rest his soul kept shotguns loaded by the doors. I still remember seeing all the fires and looting. LA wasn't much better. People have got to see what this kid was doing. I am sorry he was killed but he fired first and chose his end.

Leonard Mather @ 10/14/2014 8:09 PM

This fellow does not quite qualify for The Darwin Award. However, since his defective genes cannot be passed on to create further trouble, he could be given honorable mention for Stupidity. He and his ilk may join forces to find some effete, feckless excuse for his misbehavior. Rest assured it will begin with pointing fingers and blaming others. Such types never start by looking in the mirror, He does exemplify "Survival of the Fittest." Bill Cosby has a handle on why such things happen, but his reasoning upsets Blacks, especially Al and Jesse.

David in Chicago @ 10/15/2014 3:39 PM

Well well well but wait he is such a good boy right? He was holding a sandwich right? So what will the black kitty cat party rant about now? Will their platform change to "it's ok to shoot at cops when we want" Disgusting sub humans. Wall off the whole city and let them kill each other off.

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