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Orlando Officer to Receive Disability Pension for PTSD from Nightclub Massacre


An Orlando police officer who said he developed post-traumatic stress disorder after the Pulse nightclub terror attack will be able to get a disability pension following a months-long battle. More Here.

July 14, 2017
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Thin_Blue_Line @ 7/14/2017 11:34 PM

I've been an officer for 22 years in a very violent area. I've seen countless dead bodies, killed in very violent ways,, including a fellow officer who was shot to death. I can say unequivocally that Gerry Realin is a coward and a disgrace to the law enforcement community. He can't even take a desk job? Sounds like an excuse to just get paid without working. If he was genuine he would have just resigned and worked in a different field. You'll see him collecting 80% pension and taking another job with full pay in the near future, laughing at the gullibility of the doctors, pension board, etc. The tax payers should be outraged. Good friends of mine have been shot on the job and still serve without complaint and with honor. He and his wife are just good actors and fooled everyone. Just glad another cop won't have to depend on him in a battle. He's a sheep and just disgraceful that he hid in a warrior's clothing.

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