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Dash Cam Captures Brutal Gun Grab Attack on Minnesota Officer

Police say last November Hyman was responding to a loud noise complaint. When Hyman arrived he talked to Carr and found out there was a felony warrant for his arrest. That's when the attack began. More Here.

May 20, 2016

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Shibby @ 5/21/2016 10:58 AM

I think the city government should pay for it's police force to attend martial arts and/or MMA/grappling training as part of department mandated exercise program, to better equip their people with the proper tools to deal with situations like this. Yeah, some may say, it's an idividuals choice, and they may have something better to do. Ultimately, the city/department is responsible for the safety of their employees. Yeah, there will be the union issues of, "you can't force people to attend, will they be paid overtime or comp time, how man days a week are they required to attend......" But at least the city/department should offer the classes free to the Police Officers. I'm glad the officer was able to get out of the choke hold many times.

Kirk @ 5/24/2016 11:41 AM

This has absolutely nothing to do with "national dialogue" like the mayor is talking about. This criminal is a street thug plain and simple. No talking would change his actions.

Bob peterson @ 5/30/2016 6:52 PM

The officer showed control. He probably got to the point he was going to shoot the suspect. He probably took his gun out for that purpose and in the process it went off. If the officer would have shot him , it would have been ok.

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