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103m 95g
29 November 2009, 12:23
Prayers sent to Familys of the 4 Police officers ambushed and killed.
May thoes Brothers in Blue Rest In Peace

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Quib
29 November 2009, 13:15
They and their families are in our thoughts and prayers.

Stickman
29 November 2009, 14:55
For those of us wearing uniforms, we lost 3 brothers and a sister today. :(



I don't recall 4 Officers ever being KIA at one time.

Without getting on a political rant, its looks like the making of another domestic terrorism incident.

In a business filled with people, only the LEO were shot. One person with a CCW could have made a difference.

federalist22
29 November 2009, 15:58
For those of us wearing uniforms, we lost 3 brothers and a sister today. :(



I don't recall 4 Officers ever being KIA at one time.

Without getting on a political rant, its looks like the making of another domestic terrorism incident.

In a business filled with people, only the LEO were shot. One person with a CCW could have made a difference.

Stick,

Not to taut education, but I have a degree (minor) in terrorism, so sans political slant...........I would most definitely put this in the category of terrorism due to the message it sends, be it revenge, intimidation, initiation, or any other symbolism that strikes fear into a people (community). All too often we dismiss incidents like this as something other than terrorism. What kind of message does this send to the community? The shooter needs to be brought to justice, dead or alive. These officers deserve better and so does the community they swore to defend. We need more responsible CCW holder citizens and there needs to be laws to protect them when reacting in events like this--in every state! Unfortunately, the state I live in prohibits any kind of CCW.

Hojutsu
29 November 2009, 16:17
My thoughts and prayers go out too the families and co-workers of the officers.

LPalli
30 November 2009, 00:23
I was up in Seattle two/three weeks ago and there was another police killing (man had his house barricaded with improvised explosives in the oven). Anyone heard if this is some sort of retaliation??? Headed back up there tomorrow AM and am looking forward to the radio discussions.

My prayers to the families.

Hoss356
30 November 2009, 03:33
My heart goes out the the families and friends of the fallen officers. Even though police officers were the obvious targets I can't help take offense to this and hope justice comes swiftly to that POS for stealing these four officers from us.

tac40
30 November 2009, 09:03
My condolences to the families of the fallen officers.

tac40
1 December 2009, 07:11
The suspect was shot and killed this morning by Seattle police, a weapon was recover from the suspect that was stolen from a deceased officer.


News link

http://www.king5.com/news/local/Police-fatally-shoot-suspect-78210277.html

rebelEMPIRE
1 December 2009, 08:40
It angers me just reading about it. I don't understand what makes these kind of people tick. Surely a poor childhood could lead to such disasters... but some things are beyond human.

My condolences,
rebelEMPIRE

federalist22
1 December 2009, 17:35
Glad that officer got that POS today so we don't have to wait for a drawn-out court proceeding.

Condolences to the family, friends and peers of the fallen.

Paulo_Santos
1 December 2009, 20:01
Donations and details here:

http://www.lpig.us/

tac40
7 December 2009, 17:40
For those who would like to contribute in some way, here's a link for buying a Lakewood Police basball cap like the one worn by the Seattle Seahawk coach.

http://lakewood.komonews.com/content/big-show-support-seahawks-head-coach

http://www.northwestembroidery.com/