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    • #13023

      Those are his teeth flying off his face when the bad guy picks his head up……….It looks like that piece of shit was trying to wake him up the last time he went over to him…..the vic’s wife is in the car, that is why that animal was punching the window.

    • #13030

      That was just viscous. I hope they find that dusche and fry him. And the people videoing we’re laughing like they were enjoying it. They need to be arrested too. Wht the hell is wrong with people today.

    • #13033
      Dallas Williams

      Goddamn this pisses me the fuck offCry ! That fucking scumbag was still beating the cop even with him laying unconscious on the ground and his teeth knocked out and those assholes filming and watching and encouraging him on and didn’t lift a damn finger to help or stop it. Motherfuckers need to be shot like the rabid dogs they are. This is why we gotta get the word out there about SDTS just after watching module 1 or even 60 minute self defense this officer could have done a lot more to stack the odds to his advantage establish his distance and go on the offensive when shit went downhill.

    • #13041

      As far as I know this POS was arrested. Hopefully he fell down the stairs a few times going into the station.

    • #13052
      Dallas Williams

      Should be charged with attempted murder and the people filming and watching and encouraging him on should be charged as accessories. I mean what the hell else do you think is gonna happen when you keep beating someone who’s already unconscious into the asphalt? One of those guys even kept saying “That nigga dead!” yet he continued beating him.

    • #13059
      James Goolsby

      It is incidents like this that keep me motivated to practice SDTS and GDT every single day. You never know when or where this might happen.

      Also, not to throw my fellow officers under the bus, but I have found that we often get complacent when it comes to our preparation. I cannot tell you how many officers I know that the last time they even heard the term “defensive tactics” was at the police academy, not to mention the only time they even draw their weapon from the holster is once a year when they qualify. (For the record, I practice weapon draw and dry-fire at least 10 times every day before I walk out the door. And I tend to throw a sucker punch at ol’ Bob as well.)

      We simply cannot afford to continue thinking that a badge on our chest or gun in the holster somehow makes us invincible! Now I don’t know the details of this case, and obviously I pray that the officer is okay, but this is a good learning lesson for us all. Remember, we almost never control the timing of an attack… we are on scumbag’s clock. As Damian states in Mod 1, situational awareness is your MOST important weapon. Pay attention to what is going on around you at all times and, if need be, get the hell out of there. Believe me, if I get embroiled in a non-life threatening situation while off duty with my family, I am going to be the best damn witness I can be and then walk away. Call me a coward if you want, but I’ll be an alive coward; I have no interest in being a hero. On the other hand, if I think for one second you are going to hurt me, my family, or — in this case — someone else, you better watch the F out! I don’t fight fair and I fight to win. I will end you. Period!

      The attacker in this video will get what he deserves. And the so-called “witnesses” should be ashamed of themselves and be held accountable as well. As for the rest of us, remember we’re the sheep dogs tasked with protecting the flock. If you come across something like this incident going on… TAKE THAT MOTHERFUCKER OUT!!!! Yell

      As always, stay safe.

    • #13066

      If something like that would happen around here the perp would probly fall off a bridge into the Mississippi River. I hope the officer is ok and yes this should be a wake up call to the officer who get comfortable wearing a gun and a badge. Anything can happen at any point in time no matter how good you think you are or no matter how safe you think you are.

    • #13089

      [James Goolsby] – it’s human nature to become complacent.

      You’ll find the same percentages in society that actually take care of themselves and keep themselves in shape are the same that build and maintain their skills in law enforcement.

      Yet the public perception is that every cop is trained like some Hollywood spec ops soldier.

      The only time it (training) will ever happen is if the department institutes annual physical testing but the unions will never allow it.

      The NJ State Troopers used to have to meet annual requirements up until a few years ago and those men and women looked impressive coming out of the cruiser.

      Now you’re starting to see pudgy troopers and it doesn’t look good.

      My buddy Steve Mannion (who’s a federal circuit court judge now) worked on a case where two guys abducted and murdered two officers in a NJ diner. The diner was frequented by cops and when he asked them how they chose their vics they just said, they looked sloppy. They were over weight, their uniforms looked messy – in short, they looked like easy marks (and they were right).

      What every cop and civilian need o realize, the more that they appear to be able to kick ass, the less criminals will choose them. It’s just that simple.

    • #13097
      James Goolsby

      [Damian Ross],

      Agreed. It’s as you say: Football players don’t get mugged.

      Now, I’ll be the first to admit, I am one of those pudgy officers you speak of. Mod 7 is helping with that tremendously (thank you, sir), but I’m not there yet. In the meantime, knowing that, I make double sure that my boots are shined, my uniform is ironed, and I stand tall. Hell, you could slice cheddar with the creases in my sleeves! Smile So, even though I have a hefty stomach, most people can tell I mean business. Imagine how much better it will be when I reach my target weight. Big or small, there is just no excuse for looking sloppy.

    • #13186

      Hey [James Goolsby], you don’t need 6 pack abs, you just need to look like you have your shit together.

      My dad used to say, “You look sharp, you play sharp.” Yes, he was a former Marine.

      There’s a lot to that to that attitude.

      When you suit up you’re getting your mind set. If you’re put together, you will act accordingly.

      That’s why you do every job, every task as good as it can be done. It all adds up to the big picture.

      BTW, Tony Seragussa isn;t exactly the picture of fitness, but I wouldn’t want to be on the business end of him.

    • #13200

      I gotta agree. I work in bad areas but the way I dress and carry myself I think has a lot to do with why I haven’t been messed with. Even workin after dark, of course I have my hidden toys all around me if something were to arise. I just prepare for the worst and hope for the best. Plus in those bad areas you do have good people, one customer of mine a an example. If I Have to go see him after dark he will escort me to and from my car, he lives in a really bad area and his brother is a Lt. For the local PD, probly the only one Here in shape for he job lol. I know you really can’t ever fully trust people but I’m glad for the good ones out there.

    • #13283

      The majority of people are good. Most just don’t have it in them to fightback. People get scared and feel helpless.

      The obvious problem is when these people close ranks and protect the predators.

      One of the theories floating around regarding the psychology of man is that we’re all broken down into Priest, Soldier, Merchant and Farmer. I’ll add Thief to that as well.

      Each of us has these character traits. Even though you’re not an actual soldier you probably have this personality make up.

      Priest – seeks peace at all costs
      Merchant – accumulates wealth and provides employment
      Soldier – protects the greater good
      Farmer – this is the worker bee, the person who works for the merchant
      Thief – these are criminals who choose to live outside the laws of society. They ignore the priest, steal from the farmer and merchant and fight the soldier.

      All of us for the most part are made up of a majority of one character type.

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