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Texas Chief Fires Recruit for Shooting of Man at Auto Dealership


The Arlington, Texas, police recruit who fatally shot a reportedly unarmed college football player during a break-in at a car dealership early Friday has been fired for "exercising poor judgment," the police chief said Tuesday. More Here.

August 13, 2015
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Steve L Butts @ 8/13/2015 6:46 PM

Without having all the facts, it would be difficult at best to judge the decision to terminate the officer involved. Since the Chief claims the termination was based on the officer exercising "poor" judgement, one would think that termination at this point may also be considered the same. What ever happened to innocent until "proven" guilty.

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