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Footage Released of Off-Duty MN Officer Killing Mall Terrorist


The attacks ended when Jason Falconer, an off-duty Avon, MN, police officer who had been shopping at the mall, fatally shot Adan in a confrontation. More Here.

October 06, 2016
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Mike Check @ 10/6/2016 3:57 PM

This should be mandatory viewing for all the "Why couldn't he just shoot him once?" idiots....

Iqbal Butte @ 10/6/2016 4:13 PM

Error in article. The usual jihadist "attack cry" Allahu Akbar, does NOT mean "God is great." It translates and means "Allah is the greatest God." The slogan is fundamentally bigoted against all faiths but Islam.

Gregg Cox @ 10/6/2016 4:33 PM

This should be MANDATORY viewing for all officers. Why to carry, why to carry a larger caliber, why to carry extra magazines...

Chad @ 10/6/2016 5:47 PM

Iqbal: so is the Bible's commandant that tho shalt have no other god before me. Also bigoted. Religon poisons everything. Sad. Glad the officer was there and armed. Real hero.

Jim @ 10/6/2016 7:38 PM

Thank God a good guy with a gun was present and took action. Always carry. Head shots! Head shots! Head shots!

Deputy Moose @ 10/7/2016 6:56 AM

Yes Jim, it was a good guy with a gun,...in a GUN-FREE zone. According to MN law, an off-duty part-time police officer is just another civilian with a permit to carry. In Minnesota, an off-duty part-time officer has the same arrest powers as any other citizen, unlike those of a full-time off-duty police officer, and is expected to comply with the ridiculous GUN-FREE zone postings. Thank God Mr. Falconer ignored these postings. However, this inconvenient fact was not reported, because it does not support the liberal media's agenda that we are safer in GUN-FREE zones and only the proper authorities are able to protect us from harm.

Brian @ 10/7/2016 8:18 AM

Beg to differ Jim. Center mass always is your best chance of stopping unless you know suspect has armor. Head shots take a more precise shot that may not be possible in a tense situation; especially when on the move as this officer had to be.

Jim B. @ 10/8/2016 8:51 AM

Great job by the officer and a good training video for the rest of us.

Just a minor annoyance about the video though, was it necessary to repeat each clip three times? Can't we back up and replay the video ourselves if we want to see a certain part again?

Federali @ 10/10/2016 1:56 PM

A great lesson for all! Why some of us choose to not carry off duty is beyond me, but that's their choice. As for me, if I was there and unarmed and unable to do anything, that would haunt me for the rest of my life. Great job Officer Falconer, you truly are a sheepdog/wolfhunter! As for me, I'll still carry my Glock 26 with 14 in it and 3 Glock 17 magazines for reloads, along with a set of cuffs.

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