posted on 12/04/2006 12:20:31 PM PST
How many officers fired the 50 shots? 5 at 10 each?
posted on 12/04/2006 12:28:22 PM PST
(Human destiny - who lost the road map?)
posted on 12/04/2006 12:33:34 PM PST
("Improvise, Adapt, Overcome" - Gunnery Sgt Thomas "Gunny" Highway)
The first cop to shoot was a black guy, I recall reading.
If I had some drug crazed drunk driving a car at me, I would unload more than just 50 bullets!!!!
Don't tell me any of you would just stand there and ask them to turn the car off....I own the Brooklyn Bridge if you answer yes.....
posted on 12/04/2006 12:47:22 PM PST
(My ? to libs: "Do they ever shut up on your planet?" "Grow your own DOPE: Plant a LIB!")
Bell and the other men with him all had been arrested for illegal possession of guns in the past; one of Bells companions that night, Joseph Guzman, had spent considerable time in prison, including for an armed robbery in which he shot at his victim.
the more i hear of this story, its beginning to sound more justified.
posted on 12/04/2006 12:47:52 PM PST
("My God, why have you forsaken us.. no wait, its the liberals that have forsaken you... my bad")
Try and run over a cop in any other state, and watch what happens - you WILL be shot for trying to kill that officer - plain and simple. The man behind the wheel of that car was a complete idiot. The others in the car were lucky they were not killed as well.
Sharpton and the other paper weights need to rethink their attitude, or the vigilante's of Newark may return.
I can hardly wait for Bruce Springsteen to write a song about this. Maybe it'll be a duet with Al Sharpton.
The reaction by the Cops is beginning to make a lot of sense IMHO.
A vehicle has been used as a lethal weapon, more than once.
posted on 12/04/2006 1:21:00 PM PST
by F.J. Mitchell
( Is not death also victory in a war against an abomination so vile you could never live with it?)
When one of the undercovers identified himself as an officer, the car holding the party twice tried to run him down.
Every time that happens to me, I do the same thing.
posted on 12/04/2006 1:25:44 PM PST
(MSM: Israelis are killed by rockets; Lebanese are killed by Israelis.)
I could be totally wrong about this, but the national attention to this type of story is eerily familiar. Remember when Hillary ran against Guliani? All of a sudden, the NYC police department was under tremendous scrutiny. Every questionable police action made headlines and the element of scale drew national attention. Once Guliani dropped out of the Senate race, the "bad cop" news stopped. Did the police department become bad, then good during the course of the campaign? Or, did the NYT (etc.) get the suggestion to headline any and all stories that could potentially rub the shine off the NYC police, thereby taking away a feather in Guliani's cap.
Hillary's political machine is capable and willing to destroy people and organizations if it helps her. There are lots of examples over the past 12 years. Unfortunately, Guliani is a lightning rod for the NYC police department (or vice versa).
I haven't a clue as to the allegations at hand, but I can see that Hillary's campaign is in full swing. My $0.02
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