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    Active Shooter Situation in Maryland, 1 Officer Down
    John S. Roberts - March 13, 2016

    An active shooter situation is occurring in Landover, MD. One officer is down.

    Here are the details…

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    Active Shooter Situation in Maryland, 1 Officer Down
    John S. Roberts - March 13, 2016

    An active shooter situation is occurring in Landover, MD. One officer is down.

    Here are the details…

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    Officer was shot this afternoon near police headquarters in an 'ambush style' attack. Officer Jacai Colson, 29, was transported to an area hospital in critical condition. Regretfully, he has succumbed to his injuries. Two suspects have been taken into custody; one is hospitalized. We will honor this Brother as we do all our fallen heroes.

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    Officer killed in 'unprovoked attack' in Prince George's Co
    8:54 PM. EST March 13, 2016

    LANDOVER, Md. (WUSA9) -- One officer was killed and two suspects are in custody after a shooting near the Prince George's County Police Headquarters on Sunday.

    Police have identified the fallen officer as 28-year-old Jacai Colson. Colson, a four year veteran, would have celebrated his 29th birthday this week.

    "Jacai had an infectious smile, he lit up a room," according to FOP President Zeek Teletchea, who called him a "cops cop" and personal friend.

    Police say two suspects launched an attack on the police station in the 7600 block of Barlowe Road in Palmer Park as officers were "going about their business on a Sunday afternoon in their home."

    "Those officers did not shrink. They bravely advanced and engaged this individual who was threatening not just the police officers and the police facility that he was opening fire upon but numerous members of the community in the area," said Chief Hank Stawinski.

    One suspect was wounded during the altercation and is being treated for non-life threatening injuries at Prince George's Hospital Center. The other suspect is being interrogated by police.

    Police say they are not looking for additional suspects.

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    ***BREAKING*** South Carolina- A Woodruff Police Department Officer has been shot this morning responding to a call. The Officer was shot in the arm according to Chief Bledsoe. A least one person has been taken into custody. Details are few at this hour... we will update as soon as more information becomes available

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    WOODRUFF, SC (FOX Carolina) -
    A Woodruff police officer was shot Monday morning while responding to a call in Woodruff, according to Spartanburg County emergency dispatchers.

    The shooting happened on the 500 block of Harrison Street near New Bethel Road.

    Chief Alan Bledsoe with the Woodruff Police Department confirmed an officer was shot in the arm and at least one person was in custody as of 6:40 a.m.

    The injured officer was rushed to the hospital.

    Bledsoe said the officer is expected to recover. He said the bullet passed through clean without hitting anything major.

    FOX Carolina has a crew at the scene working to get additional information.
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    ***UPDATED 2330 ET*** Illinois- Three Chicago Police Department Officers have been shot on the west side tonight according to media sources. Information indicates that the Officers have been transported to an area hospital with various injuries related to an exchange of gunfire. One Officer is reported to have been hit in the shoulder or back; a second Officer was shot in the lower leg. Injuries sustained by a third Officer are unknown at this time. A suspect is believed deceased at the scene. We are following this breaking story and will update as information becomes available.
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    Five cops killed : Eight Shot in Dallas

    Three cops killed; eight shot in Baton Rouge


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    Texas sheriff: Officer fatally shot at Austin-area home


    OUND ROCK, Texas (AP) - A Texas county sheriff says an officer has been shot and killed at his own home just north of Austin.

    Travis County Sheriff Greg Hamilton said at a news conference that the body of Sgt. Craig Hutchinson was found early Monday in the backyard of his own home in Round Rock, Texas.

    No arrests have been made.

    Hamilton says the officer used his law enforcement radio to call for help shortly before 1:30 a.m. Monday.

    Round Rock is about 15 miles north of Austin.


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    Two Indianapolis Heroes Shot

    By Joe Grit On July 25, 2016

    Indianapolis, IN– Two more Heroes in Blue have been shot today while conducting proactive enforcement for their community.

    The incident began when an Indianapolis Metro Police Officer recognized a vehicle occupied by a potential burglary suspect. Upon conducting a stop of the vehicle, the suspect in that vehicle opened fire at police. One officer was struck by a round in the leg. The officer was transported to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

    A long pursuit ensued which ended with the suspect exchanging gunfire with police. Unluckily for him, he lost; the unidentified suspect was shot and succumbed to his wounds. Two officers who have yet to be identified were involved in the shooting.

    There are unconfirmed reports that the suspect was armed with a rifle, the current weapon of choice when shooting at police.

    These two officer make three officers shot today. Sadly, earlier this morning, Sgt. Craig Hutchinson, a 32-year veteran of the Travis County Sheriff’s Office, TX, was shot and killed at his home.

    When questioned about the condition of the second officer involved, thankfully, Police Chief Troy Riggs stated that they sustained “very minor injuries.”

    We ask that you keep these Heroes in your thoughts and prayers as they recover from the physical and emotional harm that this incident has caused them.

    http://bluelivesmatter.blue/two-indi...s-heroes-shot/
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    Gunman Opens Fire On San Diego Cops – One Dead, One Injured

     July 29, 2016

    One police officer was killed and another was wounded after a gunman opened fire in a San Diego neighborhood early Friday morning.

    According to The Blaze, Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman said on Twitter that the injured officer is out of surgery and was expected to survive. The violence began around 11:00pm Thursday night in the southeastern part of the city, but authorities have not yet revealed what set it off.

    One suspect has reportedly been arrested, and others are being sought.



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    Five cops killed : Eight Shot in Dallas
    Dallas Attack Deemed ‘Accidental Discharge Of A Firearm’ By Officer’s Worker’s Comp Doctor

    By Officer Blue On July 29, 2016

    Dallas Attack Deemed ‘Accidental Discharge Of A Firearm’ By Officer’s Worker’s Comp Doctor.

    One of the heroes who was shot in the shoulder during the Dallas Black Lives Matter terrorist attack has been recovering from his injury. The unidentified police officer was shot by the terrorist during the attack which killed five officers and wounded eight others.

    Due to the police officer’s injury being work-related, he is going through the workers-compensation process. This officer’s workers-compensation doctor apparently doesn’t think too much of police officers getting shot in a terrorist attack, as he has labeled the shooting an “accidental discharge of a firearm.”

    Make no mistake, this officer wasn’t shot in an accidental shooting; he was shot by a terrorist intent on murdering him.

    That’s not all. Even though the officer had been dealing with the consequences of the injury, and the psychological trauma from having somebody attempt to murder him, and watching his comrades get assassinated, the doctor set his return to work date as July 15, just one week after the attack. The officer’s wound wasn’t a grazing wound either; he still has the bullet in his shoulder.

    The officer hired an attorney, Pete Schulte, who told CBS DFW, “The doctor was very dismissive, didn’t want to take the fact that the officer that was shot very seriously. It’s quite a concern because this was just days after the ambush and he was trying to get treated he still has a bullet in his shoulder.” Schulte was able to get the officer’s return to work date pushed back.

    The officer and his attorney are concerned that by classifying the injury improperly, it may affect the officer’s ongoing care.

    The doctor’s office has declined to comment on the matter, citing patient privacy laws.

    Police officer line-of-duty injuries are different than most other professions. When people in other professions get injured, it’s usually accidental. However, our heroes are expected to run into danger, knowing that they will probably get hurt. They know that every time they go to detain a combative suspect, there is a good chance that they can get injured. They know that when they run towards gunshots, they are likely to be severely injured or killed. These heroes at least deserve to have their injuries properly treated afterwards.

    This is one of the most messed-up situations that we have seen. Please share this story to show how police officers are being disrespected even when they are outside of uniform, and share your support for our heroes in blue.

    http://bluelivesmatter.blue/gunshot-...tal-discharge/
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    In just under three months, at least 36 law enforcement officals have been killed in the line of duty.
    KCTV5 News honors our fallen heroes from across the country. In just under three months, at least 36 law enforcement officals have been killed in the line of duty. On behalf of our entire city, we thank you for your service and sacrifice.

    http://www.facebook.com/KCTV5/videos/10154188792700470/

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    A Dallas Police Officer Speaks Out To Evangelicals

    Posted on July 20, 2016 by Jeff Maples

    I’m a Dallas police officer. For reasons related to the safety of my family, I must withhold my name. I knew Sgt. Mike Smith who was executed in cold blood by a racist cop-hater in Dallas on July 7, 2016. He was the final officer killed that night. I didn’t know the other 4 officers that were murdered on a personal level but I shared a bond with them all the same. The day after the shooting I reported for duty with a heavy heart and very little sleep. Little did I know I’d be assigned my toughest task yet: escorting the widow and daughters of Mike Smith to the funeral home so they could make arrangements for his funeral.

    The support the family received was overwhelming. Lots of food and donations were brought by. My partner that day spoke to Mike’s widow Heidi and just tried to tell stories to take her mind off of things for a while. It worked for a time, Heidi laughed as she shared stories about Mike being ultra competitive at ping pong. Victoria, their oldest daughter, who must be at least 6’3″, talked to us about volleyball which she excels at. Caroline, their youngest daughter, played a game of tennis on the Nintendo Wii. But the distractions couldn’t last forever. Eventually, the conversation stopped with an awkward silence, and with eyes fixed on the floor that cold reminder crept it’s way back in: Mike was dead, and there was no changing that.

    I write this open letter to evangelicals because the overall temperature leading up to this shooting has been one of anti-police nonsense. It’s been a rhetoric that was born of a lie with Hands Up Don’t Shoot and has never attempted to find the truth since. This idea that there’s a major, widespread, systemic injustice towards the black community from police officers has been accepted as if it’s as true as the gospel of Jesus Christ itself. It has been canonized so to speak, and any who dare to challenge the assertion is automatically labeled a racist, a bigot, or simply can’t see past their own “white privilege.” There has been no objectivity, there has been no actual fact finding, and in the case of Michael Brown there has no been no apology from evangelicals for their hasty rush to judgment. Not only has there been no apology, but apparently nothing was learned from their premature conclusions that the officer Darren Wilson was unjustified because they continue to do the same thing today.

    I’ll show you a few examples of just what I’m talking about, these were all sent before the shooting in Dallas and were in reference to the shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.

    Albert Mohler, President of Southern Theological Seminary, tweeted this:

    “1,000 questions must be answered, but Christians must ask if ‪#‎AltonSterling‬ & ‪#‎PhilandoCastile‬ would be alive today if they were white.”
    Russell Moore, President of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, said,

    “How can anyone deny, after seeing the sheer number of cases, that there is a problem in terms of safety of African Americans before the law?”
    Thabiti Anyabwile, who writes for The Gospel Coalition, tweeted,


    “There can be no ear given to soothingly deceitful voices whispering, ‘Peace, peace’ when there is no peace. Judgment is coming on this land. And oh, what a terrible day of judgment it will be when an account is given for the Black lives brutalized, marginalized and stolen in the US!”
    Daniel L. Akin, President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, said


    “I do understand why my black friends who are male get nervous every time they go out. They cannot help but wonder will I make it back home.”
    Brian Key, writing for the Reformed African-American Network, wrote this in regards to Alton Sterling

    “Cry out against the murder of another image-bearer. Cry out against the injustice.”

    Bryan Loritts, a lead pastor, said,

    “Please don’t critique ‪#‎BlackLivesMatter‬ movement if you have not critiqued our oppressors. ‪#‎AltonSterling‬”
    Leonce Crump, a lead pastor, said,

    “Remember, and push others to remember. Don’t oblige political rhetoric, outdated stats, & other crap people use to justify these killings.”
    Derwin Gray, a lead pastor, said,

    “The ‪#‎AltonSterling‬ video is nauseating. I’m really tired of this happening. You don’t deserve to die for selling CD’s”
    I could go on and on with more examples. Are you catching the theme? Each and every one of these folks has already made up their minds that these shootings were unjustified. None of them has the full story and none of them have ever faced the dangers that a police officer faces every day that they lace their boots up. They’re not asking us to mourn with them. They’re asking us to join them in demonizing the officers in these shootings before all of the facts are in. And if we are to assume that the shootings were unjustified then the police officers must be racist, trigger-happy, oppressors, or some combination thereof. There’s just no other conclusion that I can come to.

    Christians, is this the response that we should have? Ecclesiastes 7:9 would disagree, “Be not quick in your spirit to become angry, for anger lodges in the heart of fools.” There is a time to cry out about injustice. And that time is NEVER before we can be sure an injustice has actually occurred.

    Yes, the history of our nation has been wicked towards black men, women, and children. No one denies that. Yes, each and every person, whether they are a pastor, police officer or a gang member, whether they are white, black or brown bears the image of God, the Imago Dei. No one denies that. Yes, every loss of life is tragic, no matter the circumstances in which the life was lost. No one denies that. Yes, total depravity affects each and every one of us. No one denies that. And because no one denies these things, can we stop using them as red herrings and address the real issues at hand here?

    Many of the same people I just quoted were quick to also condemn the subsequent murders of 5 police officers in Dallas. The fact that their very own hasty rhetoric and judgment contributes to the anger of those who would kill police is apparently lost on them. You can’t perpetuate a false narrative of widespread police racism and then in the next breath be shocked that someone believed it and sought to take vengeance. Of course, they’ll call the murder of police officers wrong, they just won’t say that the REASON was wrong. They’ll cry out for justice, for action, for something to be done, and then stand shocked when some depraved, racist cop-hater decides to take justice into their own hands. They’ll pour gallons of gasoline onto the pyre and then act appalled when someone finally strikes a match.
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    {continued}

    As believers, we are called to pursue, defend and stand in truth. Here are a few truths about police and racism. Before I get to them, please remember that I do not condone the broad brushing of any one group, race or profession. Each individual ought to be judged by their individual actions and choices (Ezekiel 18), that includes black men and women and police officers alike.


    •Black people make up about 13% of the U.S. population. (source)

    •Black people commit around 52% of all murders, around 40% of all violent crimes including 56% of robberies, 35% of aggravated assaults and 29% of property crimes. (source)

    •Black people make up around 28% of arrests made by police in the U.S. which squares with crime victim surveys. (source)

    •Black people make up around 25% of people shot by police, which is lower than their arrest numbers. (source)

    •White people make up over 50% of people shot by police. (source)

    •Black officers, who you would presume are not racist, kill black suspects at a rate 3.3 times that of white officers. (source)

    •A police officer is 18.5 times more likely to be killed by a black man than an unarmed black man is to be killed by an officer. (source)

    •90% of black homicides are committed by other blacks. 4% of black homicides (justifiable or not) are committed by the police. (source)

    •Black men, who are 6% of the population, are responsible for 40% of police officers killed in the line of duty. (source)

    •Around 12 million people are arrested annually. 99.9965% of them are arrested without police using deadly force. (source, another source)

    •In 2008, out of 53 million police/citizen contacts, there were 2,060 credible complaints of brutality (0.0039%) (source)
    The truth is right there. There is no widespread systemic racism, brutality or genocide being committed by our nation’s police as a whole. Are there officers that are racist? Of course. Total depravity doesn’t exclude cops, no one has ever denied that. But the truth is that these controversial shootings like what you’ve seen with Alton Sterling and Philando Castile are an incredibly rare event. And even in these incredibly rare events it is reckless and slanderous to 1) assume the officer wasn’t justified before he’s even had a chance to tell his story and 2) to assume without evidence that the shooting was racially motivated even if you feel it was unjust.

    So in closing this letter I implore you to seek the truth before you seek an agenda. To be fair instead of inflammatory. To be gracious instead of angry. To be objective instead of biased. To be evidential instead of anecdotal. You can still weep with those who weep without throwing police officers under the bus while doing so. And if, after all of the evidence has come in and has been rightly and fairly weighed, an officer is found guilty of wrongdoing, I will stand right there beside you and demand justice be done. Until then, they are presumed innocent. If our secular courts can show that measure of grace, can’t we as Christians?

    http://pulpitandpen.org/2016/07/20/a...-evangelicals/
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