Skip to comments.U.S. Marshal Dies From Tuesday Morning Shooting
Posted on 03/09/2011 5:28:51 AM PST by patriotUSA
ST. LOUIS, MO - (KTVI-FOX2now.com) Deputy U.S. Marshal, John Perry, 48, died Tuesday night from wounds sustained in a shootout in South St. Louis, around 6:45 Tuesday morning.
His families, including his children, were at his side at Saint Louis University Hospital where he died at 7:00 p.m.
His fellow Marshals left the hospital in tears, saying little Tuesday night.
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May he rest in peace.
The Fox2Now “sub” headline at the top of the story is, in my opinion, disrespectful to the Marshal.
“Leaving Two Wounded And Two Dead”
I woukld prefer: “Leaves Two Wounded and One Dead”.
In cases like this, I do not think the perp should be counted among the REAL casualties.
What was the immigration status of the perp?
Heard an audio clip yesterday of the perpetrator’s mother carrying on. You got it, the thugh was a good boy, respected in the hood, turning his life around, had an appointment with his social worker about more unemployment; the whole standard litany.
Tony Johnson, who lives nearby, explained why he thinks many in a crowd of about 100 people were growing increasingly angry as they waited outside the home..
"Complete anger," he said. "People around here don't like cops."
Johnson, 22, added: "They should've sent a relative in to talk him out rather than go in shooting."
Some of these "no snitch" areas should not even have police. Close them off and let them turn into Camden.
Some of these “no snitch” areas should not even have police. Close them off and let them turn into Camden.>>>>>>>>
That is what needs to happen, if they want to live like animals, let them. Just keep then confined. Shoot on signt anyone caught going over the fence.
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce said her office couldn't seek felony charges immediately after the Oct. 11 incident because the assault charge was tied to narcotics, which required the follow-up lab work.
He had also assaulted a cop, they had to tase him to subdue him; why they released him is difficult to comprehend.
His sister’s three kids lived with him and his girlfriend. She told reporters that she knew he had been in prison before, but didn’t know what offenses he had been charged with.
I'm not sure, if the shooter is a U.S. citizen, it will bring the Marshal back to life.
In would not surprise me if there were not some of them in the U.S.A. also. Michigan comes to mind, particualrily around Detroit. I would not discount Minnosota or Maine.
“I’m not sure, if the shooter is a U.S. citizen, it will bring the Marshal back to life.
No, but pointing out if an illegal alien or violent resident alien did this might help to prevent future such people from being allowed entry and killing more people. I guess you are the type that never learns a lesson.
Naturally, if someone used this story to promote “sensible” gun control laws, you’d blow a gasket. But you are probably the type who wouldn’t understand the hypocrisy.