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re: Police locate kidnapped girl, then shoot and kill innocent kidnapped girl (YouTube)

Posted on 4/2/24 at 2:25 pm to
Posted by jiffyjohnson
1226 miles from Death Valley
Member since Nov 2011
4981 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 2:25 pm to
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MoLiberty


bootlickerdroppings.com

Posted by Pettifogger
Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone
Member since Feb 2012
78973 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 2:45 pm to
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You don't think there is at least 800k people that fit your mold in our country of almost 350 million?



You probably need 3-5 million who fit the mold to have a chance to get to the number. I hope there are, but I have my doubts.

Huge chunks come out immediately - idiots, old people, most women, children, obese men, etc. etc.
Posted by Hondo Blacksheep
Member since Jul 2022
1411 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 7:18 pm to
The father was to blame here - he murdered the girl's mom, kidnapped her, was shooting from the car while fleeing, and dressed his daughter in tactical gear in anticipation of the shoot out he no doubt knew he was going to cause.
This post was edited on 4/2/24 at 7:23 pm
Posted by ReauxlTide222
St. Petersburg
Member since Nov 2010
83328 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 7:36 pm to
Am I seeing correctly that she’s laid out on the ground after being shot and 30 fricking cops are waddling over to the truck and ONE cop is concerned with the fricking child they just blasted?

ETA: Is it true that the police are fighting body cam footage from being released?

ETA: The driver is backing up on the middle of dirt and from the helicopter footage it looks and sounds like the police are SPRAYING rounds everywhere in an attempt to put tens or hundreds of rounds in the vehicle.

Had they decided to sacrifice the child at that point?
This post was edited on 4/2/24 at 8:27 pm
Posted by VictoryHill
Alabama
Member since Nov 2013
3207 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 8:08 pm to
Found the bootlicker.
Posted by Ancient Astronaut
Member since May 2015
32766 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 8:39 pm to
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The father was to blame here


He pulled the trigger?
Posted by LPTReb
Member since Jul 2016
467 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 8:48 pm to
The number one rule of gun safety is “Be absolutely sure you have identified your target beyond any doubt. Equally important, be aware of the area beyond your target.” I don’t think it’s unreasonable to expect cops to abide by that rule. I don’t think it’s unreasonable to expect anyone who picks up a gun to abide by that rule. They made the choice to assume that responsibility, and they have to live with the consequences of their actions, just like anyone else would.
Posted by Turnblad85
Member since Sep 2022
1083 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 9:45 pm to
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Enlisted personnel (E4-E6 or even higher) aren't making oodles of cash.

What metric are you judging this comment by?



IIRC, the cost to train and vet a Seal is around 500k.
Salary isn't the only consideration. And obviously when bullets are flying even highly trained people like Seals or Rangers make mistakes ie Pat Tillman.

This whole scene was a huge shitshow with the crossfire and non-existent communication. The cops from either side of the line likely thought the crossfire bullets were from the perp and it just escalated the situation.

The father is the scum here. He could've killed her along with her mother or in a crash fleeing the cops.
Posted by Champagne
Already Conquered USA.
Member since Oct 2007
48160 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:18 pm to
MoLiberty is mistaken.
Posted by Lsutigerturner
Member since Dec 2016
5711 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:41 pm to
Split second decision seeing someone run at you after a firefight in full kit. Such a shame but I totally see how this mistake was made. You only got a second to make the decision and if you see armor and someone running to you after a firefight… damn that just sucks I feel bad for all involved
Posted by BeefSupreme
Member since Sep 2016
85 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 11:52 pm to
Stop acting as if you are the only person who has heard gunfire,bootlicker.
At worst, they are murderous cops.
At best, incompetent cops.

Either way,
Posted by WhiskeyThief
Slidell
Member since Oct 2018
270 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 4:00 am to
White girl dies from police gun fire. Not even news worthy. Certainly not riot worthy.
A travesty…
Posted by Champagne
Already Conquered USA.
Member since Oct 2007
48160 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 6:56 pm to
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Split second decision seeing someone run at you after a firefight in full kit. Such a shame but I totally see how this mistake was made. You only got a second to make the decision and if you see armor and someone running to you after a firefight… damn that just sucks I feel bad for all involved


The officials releasing the info have released facts that lead me to believe that the LEO folks towards whom the deceased girl was running did not fire the shot that killed her. Somebody else from another "higher" position fired the kill shots.
Posted by NoSaint
Member since Jun 2011
11239 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 7:42 pm to
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ETA: The driver is backing up on the middle of dirt and from the helicopter footage it looks and sounds like the police are SPRAYING rounds everywhere in an attempt to put tens or hundreds of rounds in the vehicle. Had they decided to sacrifice the child at that point?


Yea it’s a vehicle with a hostage and the are both spray the vehicle AND towards each other as they were on opposite sides of the vehicle.

Just absolutely wild decisions.
Posted by Pikes Peak Tiger
Colorado Springs
Member since Jun 2023
3763 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 7:44 pm to
That’s the most US police thing ever.

But we gotta back the blue.
Posted by AUstar
Member since Dec 2012
16955 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 7:44 pm to
Haven't kept up with this much, but since it was a 70 mile chase, it looks like many departments were involved. I would bet the other departments weren't told what exactly was happening and just started blasting not knowing she was a 15 year old hostage.

Still one would think they would see her surrendering and hold fire.
Posted by Pikes Peak Tiger
Colorado Springs
Member since Jun 2023
3763 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 7:45 pm to
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Pray for those involved, this is a traumatizing event for everyone, especially the man who pulled the trigger.


Yeah, he’s the real victim here.



fricking dumbass
Posted by NoSaint
Member since Jun 2011
11239 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 7:45 pm to
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Split second decision seeing someone run at you after a firefight in full kit. Such a shame but I totally see how this mistake was made. You only got a second to make the decision and if you see armor and someone running to you after a firefight… damn that just sucks I feel bad for all


Again, firing at a vehicle with a hostage AND each other down range

Their lack of having anyone in charge ended up in a dead hostage and could’ve been dead police if not for luck
This post was edited on 4/3/24 at 7:49 pm
Posted by Pikes Peak Tiger
Colorado Springs
Member since Jun 2023
3763 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 7:46 pm to
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Eat a bag of dicks arsehole. Get back to me when you've experienced incoming fire and the chaos that ensues. Downvote away losers.


They knew they had an innocent girl in the car.

frick off with this shite.

It’s ok to admit the cops fricked up.
Posted by NoSaint
Member since Jun 2011
11239 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 7:48 pm to
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Haven't kept up with this much, but since it was a 70 mile chase, it looks like many departments were involved. I would bet the other departments weren't told what exactly was happening and just started blasting not knowing she was a 15 year old hostage. Still one would think they would see her surrendering and hold fire.



Multi agency cluster with no leadership is how you get terrible outcomes. Someone needed to be lead and there needed to be shared communication.

Heck, opposite end of the spectrum is uvalde.

Dude is yelling stand down and bullets rain from everywhere because they aren’t on shared radio or?
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