As a strong supporter of the "men in blue", this article documents a
"pattern of behavior" on the part of the shooters. One theory would be
that they are all drug related. It would seem logical to assume that if officers
respond according to training that there may be a similar response on the part
of the shooters. The shooters may well be receiving military training. I worked
in a juvenile prison where I came across a similar scenario on the stealing of
military weapons and the use of former military for training purposes. The
bottom line is that police officers protect all of society. There needs to be a
concise investigation whether it be a "60 Minutes" type or other to find
out why these officers are being shot while being "good Samaritans".
Vest do save lives. Too bad bullet proof patrol cars are not available and ksl
brought that up which is expensive. Thank you guys for protecting us and helping
us out but wish we can do the same for you guys.
Thank the Lord that we have such dedicated Officers who are willing to put their
lives on the line so that thousands of us can sleep abed in safety. God bless
them, and their families.