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Published: Thursday, Jan. 12 2012 10:25 a.m. MST

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Hard Focus
DENVER, CO

Michael was not shot in his leg. Michael was shot in the mouth [bullet is lodged in his neck near the spine] and in his left arm.

washcomom
Beaverton, OR

To Officer Rounkles - there are many people who are following your continued recovery. Please know that they are rooting for you, as well as sending many well-wishes, thoughts and prayers your way.

Speedy recovery!

Herbert1965
Salt Lake City, UT

I certainly pray for officer Rounkles and his surviving colleges rapid and full recovery.

In terms of the reporting, I think the term downgraded is ambiguous to lay readers. When I first read it, I thought his condition had worsened. Why not simply say "Shot Ogden officer's condition improves."

So. Cal Reader
San Diego, CA

Re: Hard Focus- "Michael was not shot in his leg. Michael was shot in the mouth [bullet is lodged in his neck near the spine] and in his left arm."

Re: Herbert1965- "In terms of the reporting, I think the term downgraded is ambiguous to lay readers. When I first read it, I thought his condition had worsened. Why not simply say "Shot Ogden officer's condition improves."

My word, DN. Glad that us readers can help clean-up your articles and help you actually do you job. Let's take a little more pride in your journalistim effot.

I agree with Herbert1965, I pray for a full recover of Officer Rounkles as well.

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