Skip to comments.Incredible video and photos of standoff in Watertown.
Posted on 04/19/2013 8:41:25 PM PDT by Mountain Mary
Did anyone see the arrest video from the helicopter on CNN? It looked like they were beating him up.
I dont understand. This video has the police firing about 200 rounds as well as about 200 rounds the night before. How is he still alive? I dont own a firearm so I dont shoot or anything but how can they shoot so much and miss so much? Can someone tell me how this is?
Easy now to understand why Big Sis ordered 1.2 billon rounds of ammo for DHS.
Incredible. Like, oh my God, amazing.
They claimed on the news tonight that they only used a flash grenade to distract him and let him shoot at them until he passed out from blood loss....this video tells a much different story. He will be announced dead by morning if he wasn’t already killed during that hail of bullets I would be surprised.
We shall see.
[[It looked like they were beating him up.]]
They were just checkign his temperature
Looking at his puffy face in the ambulance sure looks like they laid a licken on the Jihadist scum.
Pictures of fully-militarized cops.... I don’t get thrilled by that. I do start to get concerned for my Constitutional rights though...
Not the images of the two terrorists before and after shots - those don't bother me at all. The more gruesome the injuries to the terrorists, the more cathartic.
I'm concerned about the visual record of how LE and national security reactions will be misused for future attacks.
Recent hours after the 2013 Boston Marathon Terror attack illustrated numbers of security forces, some in action and others simply standing by, congregating in groups. Even emergency vehicles were lined up, double and triple parked. I fear these images provide foreboding lessons of opportunity the enemy may chose to take advantage of in the near future (ie:consider the use of emergency vehicles in ME to carry terrorists under the UN radar in the Palestinian areas).
Consider the following reports:
On January 20th, 2006 at 10pm, Fox5 ran a report about one Jamaat ul-Fuqra compound located in Hancock NY. At the Hancock, NY headquarters of Jamaat ul Fuqra, a yellow school bus sat on that property, riddled with bullet holes and windows blow out from what appear to be explosions originating from inside of the bus.
Don't you ever watch TV crime shows? Geez.
Lovely sight isn’t it? The Waffen SS coming to a town near you. /sarc
The FBI on the case. Quite interesting on the fence climb.
(See # 20.)
Forget it, Jake. It’s Watertown.
You and me both
An end run around posse comitatus
Oh man! Looks like something out of a Keystone Cops silent movie clip. Seriously - a great visual and funny image.
The pierced scrotum was not worth it!
Put this in teh FWIW Department: http://www.thehighroad.org/archive/index.php/t-674912.html
**One of the very best shooters I’ve ever met (a guy who finished the first Sanctioned IDPA match I ever shot with not only the winning score, but a total points down count of THREE :eek:) is a NJSP Detective Sargent. He once told me, “If you offer a cop a new pen or a new gun, he’ll take the new PEN. It’s something he’ll actually get to use.”
Cops are issued guns, of course, and most folks believe that the gun is somehow the primary factor in their job. But many cops go through their entire career never having to fire a shot in the line of duty. To be good at their jobs, cops have to be masters of a lot of different tasks. They have many skills they have to employ every day or every week. Shooting is not one of them. **
Ok. Sounds reasonable. Are police mandated to practice shooting on a regular basis? That might take some of the rustiness off.