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7-8 July 2016: Sharpshooter kills 5 cops @ Dallas protest

larry Strong

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Humphrey Bogart said:
He served in Afghanistan as a Police Trainer.  A lot of American units got repurposed as infantry for the war.
I can't find any reference to that. What I have found was:

"According to NBC News, he made use of his carpentry training while deployed with the 420th Engineer Brigade, working construction on various military bases. He also served as a guard."

Beside which he was there for about 6 months before being sent home due to a Sexual Harassment accusation.


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Larry Strong said:
I can't find any reference to that.

Neither did I.

There was this reference about one of the victims,

Transit officer killed in Dallas shooting trained police in Iraq and Afghanistan
http://fox59.com/2016/07/08/transit-officer-killed-in-dallas-shooting-trained-police-in-iraq-and-afghanistan-was-a-great-officer/

 
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Larry Strong said:
Beside which he was there for about 6 months before being sent home due to a Sexual Harassment accusation.
Cheers
Larry

He was a pervert panty stealer and no doubt sniffer too boot.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3682619/Pictured-female-soldier-pervert-Dallas-cop-killer-sexually-harassed-colleague-reveals-murderer-used-steal-girls-panties.html

 

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Eye In The Sky said:
RIP to the fallen, thoughts go out to their families.

Was glad to hear they took the shooter out.  I hope the last thing he saw was his ladies panties going over his head.


There FTFY.... ;)


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jollyjacktar said:
He was a pervert panty stealer and no doubt sniffer too boot.

Wonder if he was wearing them when he got robo-bombed?

Sadly there is likely a scriptwriter somewhere in Hollywood right now that is pitching the Dallas massacre to a studio.

He is already on findagrave. They should turn off his flowers. :mad:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=johnson&GSfn=micah&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=2016&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=166672842&df=all&

Rev. Al in 1992 saying people should "Off the pigs".
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpZ0RwtvZmk

So many stories of a lack of respect for those who serve and protect their communities,

Jul 11, 2016

NYPD Car Tires Slashed Outside Stationhouse Of Cop Who Fatally Shot Delrawn Small
http://gothamist.com/2016/07/11/the_tires_of_multiple_police.php
The tires of multiple police vehicles outside the NYPD precinct stationhouse where the officer who fatally shot Delrawn Small works were slashed Sunday morning. Five cop cars and seven personal vehicles sitting outside of the 79th Precinct stationhouse in Bed-Stuy were vandalized shortly before 1 a.m. Sunday morning, police told the Daily News.
 

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As the Ferguson effect takes hold in more and more "Blue" cities, you will start seeing crus about how the police are abandoning the poor minorities to the criminals. Rising crime statistics in places like Baltimore are already demonstrating this.

Be very careful what you wish for, people. You might just get it good and hard.

As for the police, they are in a very bad spot right now, and while watching them withdraw from these areas might be a safe defensive move, the long term consequences will be very difficult to deal with. Once again, it is very difficult to say what the answer is.
 
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As the Ferguson effect takes hold in more and more "Blue" cities, you will start seeing crus about how the police are abandoning the poor minorities to the criminals. Rising crime statistics in places like Baltimore are already demonstrating this.

Be very careful what you wish for, people. You might just get it good and hard.

As for the police, they are in a very bad spot right now, and while watching them withdraw from these areas might be a safe defensive move, the long term consequences will be very difficult to deal with. Once again, it is very difficult to say what the answer is.

I almost could see shades of Robocop like crime coming for places like the combat zone in Baltimore and other inner city areas of the US.
 

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jollyjacktar said:
I almost could see shades of Robocop like crime coming for places like the combat zone in Baltimore and other inner city areas of the US.

Will likely be a busy summer for plywood supply depots.
 

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Thucydides said:
As the Ferguson effect takes hold in more and more "Blue" cities, you will start seeing crus about how the police are abandoning the poor minorities to the criminals. Rising crime statistics in places like Baltimore are already demonstrating this.

Be very careful what you wish for, people. You might just get it good and hard.

As for the police, they are in a very bad spot right now, and while watching them withdraw from these areas might be a safe defensive move, the long term consequences will be very difficult to deal with. Once again, it is very difficult to say what the answer is.

Withdraw and then start negotiating with the community leaders after 6 months to come back. Sadly it's going to be the law abiding that get screwed.
 

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Obama wants instability and that will be his legacy.The Democrats have been funding the anti-Trump protests which I think is un-American.

http://www.redstate.com/streiff/2015/11/13/anti-american-left-funds-blacklivesmatter-now/
 

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Thucydides said:
As the Ferguson effect takes hold in more and more "Blue" cities, you will start seeing crus about how the police are abandoning the poor minorities to the criminals. Rising crime statistics in places like Baltimore are already demonstrating this.

Be very careful what you wish for, people. You might just get it good and hard.

As for the police, they are in a very bad spot right now, and while watching them withdraw from these areas might be a safe defensive move, the long term consequences will be very difficult to deal with. Once again, it is very difficult to say what the answer is.

Years ago I read, "To Protect and to Serve: The LAPD's Century of War in the City of Dreams". Before the Rodney King riots, the sacred credo was, "Give no slack and take no sh^t from anyone. Confront and command. Control the streets at all times. Always be aggressive. Stop crimes before they happen. Seek them out. Shake them down. Make that arrest."

There was also this letter to the editor of the LA Times from a retired Lieutenant regarding what he referred to as the "Golden era" of the LAPD, ( prior to the Watts riots ), "Protect life, not enough personnel to protect property."

Chief PARKER deployed us heavily in South Central L.A., because "That is where the crime is."  The Valley and West End complained they were paying for protection that was going elsewhere.

The facts may be difficult for the politically correct to comprehend. Blacks were then about 18 percent of the population in L.A., but committing over 65 percent of Part I crimes (Uniform Crime Reporting: murders, robberies, rapes, arson, etc.).  Why?  Sociological problems, education, dna....who knows?  Most victims were fellow blacks, who appreciated and strongly supported LAPD.  The South End was the only segment of L.A. that regularly voted for police pay raises and benefits.  And we gave them the best service we could. 

Starting in 1973, affirmative action & consent decrees changed LAPD culture from aggressively pursuing criminals to laying back in police cars, taking careful and lengthy reports, while gangs ran wild in the streets and portions of L.A. were terrorized by thugs.

When I was in the field in the 1960s, our 3,400 policemen (our Civil Service rank) arrested 100,000 more criminals than do today's  10,000 affirmative action wonders.  (Attorney GARY INGEMUNSON in "Warning Bells," Thin Blue Line, July 2005, p. 13---Also L.A. Times of 13 March 1996, pp. B-1 & 3):  A “distressed Mayor Richard Riordan...said it was vexing to learn that LAPD is now making 100,000 fewer arrests, issuing over 200,000 fewer citations, and conducting over 20,000 fewer field interviews per year.”

There is no “nice” way to arrest a dangerous and combative suspect.  Officers today are more concerned about getting burned and labeled as a rogue officer than being aggressive at confronting suspects.  When were you safer, taxpayers, then or now...?

When the community fails to support its police in its proper and reasonable enforcement efforts, the police become demoralized and cease proactive enforcement.  Doing nothing or devoting
inordinate attention to minor incidents and thus being unavailable to handle more serious calls has few consequences.....





 

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mariomike said:
Years ago I read, "To Protect and to Serve: The LAPD's Century of War in the City of Dreams". Before the Rodney King riots, the sacred credo was, "Give no slack and take no sh^t from anyone. Confront and command. Control the streets at all times. Always be aggressive. Stop crimes before they happen. Seek them out. Shake them down. Make that arrest."

There was also this letter to the editor of the LA Times from a retired Lieutenant regarding what he referred to as the "Golden era" of the LAPD, ( prior to the Watts riots ), "Protect life, not enough personnel to protect property."

Chief PARKER deployed us heavily in South Central L.A., because "That is where the crime is."  The Valley and West End complained they were paying for protection that was going elsewhere.

The facts may be difficult for the politically correct to comprehend. Blacks were then about 18 percent of the population in L.A., but committing over 65 percent of Part I crimes (Uniform Crime Reporting: murders, robberies, rapes, arson, etc.).  Why?  Sociological problems, education, dna....who knows?  Most victims were fellow blacks, who appreciated and strongly supported LAPD.  The South End was the only segment of L.A. that regularly voted for police pay raises and benefits.  And we gave them the best service we could. 

Starting in 1973, affirmative action & consent decrees changed LAPD culture from aggressively pursuing criminals to laying back in police cars, taking careful and lengthy reports, while gangs ran wild in the streets and portions of L.A. were terrorized by thugs.

When I was in the field in the 1960s, our 3,400 policemen (our Civil Service rank) arrested 100,000 more criminals than do today's  10,000 affirmative action wonders.  (Attorney GARY INGEMUNSON in "Warning Bells," Thin Blue Line, July 2005, p. 13---Also L.A. Times of 13 March 1996, pp. B-1 & 3):  A “distressed Mayor Richard Riordan...said it was vexing to learn that LAPD is now making 100,000 fewer arrests, issuing over 200,000 fewer citations, and conducting over 20,000 fewer field interviews per year.”

There is no “nice” way to arrest a dangerous and combative suspect.  Officers today are more concerned about getting burned and labeled as a rogue officer than being aggressive at confronting suspects.  When were you safer, taxpayers, then or now...?

When the community fails to support its police in its proper and reasonable enforcement efforts, the police become demoralized and cease proactive enforcement.  Doing nothing or devoting
inordinate attention to minor incidents and thus being unavailable to handle more serious calls has few consequences.....

What really cleaned up New York

If you compare New York in 2011 to New York in 1990, it seems hard to believe that it’s the same city. In the 1970s, ’80s and early ’90s, New York was viewed as one of the world’s most dangerous metropolises — a cesspool of violence and danger depicted in gritty films like “The Warriors” and “Escape From New York.” Friends who lived here during that time talk of being terrified to use the subway, of being mugged outside their apartments, and an overwhelming tide of junkies. Thirty-one one of every 100,000 New Yorkers were murdered each year, and 3,668 were victims of larceny.


Today, in an astonishing twist, New York is one of the safest cities in the country. Its current homicide rate is 18 percent of its 1990 total — its auto theft rate is 6 percent. The drop exceeded the wildest dreams of crime experts of the 1990s, and it’s a testament to this transformation that New Yorkers now seem more likely to complain about the city’s dullness than about its criminality.

http://www.salon.com/2011/11/19/what_really_cleaned_up_new_york/
 

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daftandbarmy said:
In the 1970s, ’80s and early ’90s, New York was viewed as one of the world’s most dangerous metropolises — a cesspool of violence and danger depicted in gritty films like “The Warriors” and “Escape From New York.”

And Fort Apache the Bronx. "15 minutes from Manhattan there's a place where even the cops fear to tread."

July 12, 2016

First black Miss Alabama says Dallas cop killer a ‘martyr’
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/black-alabama-dallas-shooter-martyr-article-1.2707783

Humphrey Bogart said:
I thought right away, this guy is military or ex-military and that it wasn't his first rodeo.

He served in Afghanistan as a Police Trainer. 

Dallas Gunman Learned Tactics at Texas 'Combative Warrior' School
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/dallas-gunman-micah-johnson-honed-tactics-local-combat-school/
Rreceived instruction at the Academy of Combative Warrior Arts in the Dallas suburb of Richardson about two years ago, said the school's founder and chief instructor, Justin J. Everman.

Academy of Combative Warrior Arts (A.C.W.A.)
https://www.facebook.com/ACWACombatives/
 

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City of Dallas Paramedics have now been issued vests "with an added one-inch thick armor plate over the chest and the back that will protect against high-powered rifle ammunition."

Each vest comes with a tactical helmet.







 

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So now, the real up-arming of emergency services begins.  There will likely be war in our streets in this decade unless something changes quickly. 
 

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Lightguns said:
There will likely be war in our streets in this decade unless something changes quickly.
Saying that is the easy part.  What "something," and how?
 

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I have no idea what the something is, but it ain't the current progressive movement and it ain't the identity politics.  More likely it is "the troops in the streets, suspension of freedoms and where ever it goes from there" solution that is standard with these upheavals. 

To clarify, I think it will be as bad as the late 60s/early 70s with isolated urban warfare against small bands here and there.  The difference this time is that there will likely be more public support for the insurgents and the causes of the insurgents will be greater in number.  The big difference is that governments are no longer full of free loving WW2 vets to keep a balance on law and order and freedom.  Today's governments are full of thin skinned career politicians worried more about themselves than nation and people and more prepared to clamp down hard on.
 

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The "something" is: 1)  a re-booting of family values.  Many of these kids involved in the 'black on black' killings do not a solid reliable male influence in their lives.  This will definitely not be easy but it is an absolute necessity and it will take a generation to achieve.
2)  re-institution of core values particularly those values concerned with respect for those around us and for those in authority.  In order to achieve that, those in authority must prove themselves worthy of such respect through their words and more importantly through their actions.
3) an honest identification of the problems.  And there are several of them but most revolve around our surrendering our standards to accommodate those that others are bringing into our country.  Most Muslims with whom I have discussed these issues cannot understand why we don't.  A nation without standards is a vacuum waiting to be filled by rules introduced by the loudest voices or by the strongest arm.
4)  in keeping with the above, ban the introduction of Shariah anywhere and introduce zero tolerance for those who would agitate for something different.

This list is by no means inclusive but it is a start. 
 

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Solve the "missing male equation" and a lot of other problems will go away. While lot's of moms have done a good job without the guy around, having a good mom and good father will be the best way for the next generation to do well.
 

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Colin P said:
Solve the "missing male equation" and a lot of other problems will go away. While lot's of moms have done a good job without the guy around, having a good mom and good father will be the best way for the next generation to do well.

I don't disagree with you Colin, but post that in the wrong place and you'll be burned at the stake for being a homophobe, an anti-feminist, or just an all around heretic. It is 2016 after all...

 
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