Skip to comments.Cop praised for quick action at Fort Hood
Posted on 11/06/2009 6:52:17 AM PST by KeyLargoEdited on 11/06/2009 6:53:31 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
Fort Hood, Texas (CNN) -- A civilian police officer who shot the Fort Hood gunman four times during his bloody rampage stopped the attacker cold, a U.S. Army official said Friday.
Officer Kimberly Munley of the Fort Hood Police Department is a "trained, active first responder" who acted quickly after she "just happened to encounter the gunman," said Lt. Gen. Robert Cone, Fort Hood's commanding general.
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Officer Kimberly Munley
Bless you, ma’am.
She is a hero. I glad he lived. Now he can suffer military justice.
This certainly makes the Army look bad. A female civilian cop takes out the shooter while Army men are mowed down.
That said, hooray for her. She’s a heroine.
You saved lives that day, Officer.
You were the right one in the right place, not a great place to be - but you didn’t hesitate. - thank you.
Good shootin’, Tex!
Does a hero recognize herself as such? She is amazing.
You should be ashamed of that comment. The cop had the advantage of being armed and aware of the danger, and the soldiers were not.
Since he was a full fledged muzzie, we can assume that in his mind a woman is a second class citizen to be beaten when needed and to never speak to him in public. It must kill him (I wish it had) to know that a woman took him out.
What a stupid thing to say.
See my tag line.
It is extremely gratifying that this Muslim terrorist was taken down by a very brave and competent woman.
Proper honors should follow promptly for this office.
“Don’t call me ma’am, I worked really hard to be called ‘Officer’”
The Army doesn’t have m.p.s now?
Maybe she was the only one there who was armed... besides the perp
He'll have the best lawyers the Baraqqis can find.
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