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Wisconsin Officer Returns from Shooting Leave and Has Another OIS


Kenosha, Wis., police say the officer who pulled the trigger in a fatal officer-involved shooting incident this weekend was involved in a non-fatal officer-involved shooting incident earlier this month. More Here.

March 17, 2015
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rede2hike @ 3/17/2015 7:52 PM

If you dont want to get hurt, obey the law, do what you are told, dont try to harm the police, DUH!
Thin blue line, be careful, watch out for each other & make sure we all get home at the end of shift.

tom @ 3/18/2015 5:21 AM

When a person has a weapone, knife, club, or anything else that can cause great bodily harm, deadly force is justified, if the person does not stop their actions, when ordered to do so by a police officer. What part of this, don't these people understand ? Why was this guy on parole ? This may have something more to do with his actions then the police officer that was placed in the unfortunate situation of having to use his firearm. Simple, do what the officer tells you to do, when he tells you and deal with the rest later.

Leonard Mather @ 3/19/2015 4:07 PM

After a career teaching Forensic Psychology at a large community college, I take pleasure in having advocated to all my non-LEO students that cooperation, following orders, commands and directions of any LEO is the proper, most sensible, logical and helpful thing one can possibly do. After an incident is done and over with, then and ONLY then would one file a complaint if a differing perception were acted upon. In the above scenario, the toothless woman spouting her pronouncement about the officer makes as little sense as the reasons she lost all her teeth. Both of shooting events were justified. Both men shot would be OK had they complied with lawful commands and given up their deadly weapons. However, logical thought is very difficult for some people.

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