Now on to todays revalation that the informant arrived on the scene of the shooting without paramedics there administering to the wounded civilian. Fromn prior stories we know the paramedics were summoned at 6:12 PM and arrived at 6:15PM. The several minutes for the informant to arrive on scene is time where the agents could have called for paramedics and an ambulance. We know there were four agents on the scene and two people in the car that had been stopped. what would happen to an officer in your department who delayed calling for medical assistance when a suspect had been shot? In most of the local PD's I know of that officer would be hanging by a very tender part of his anatomy. I do know from Mrs. Harpseals former employment with the Department of Corrections that delaying emergency treatment can be grounds for letting a perp walk and for prosecution of the officers involved. In short every agent on scene has "Sc*wed the Pooch repeatedly on this one." They did it so big time that the acts were criminal in nature. Now the automobile safety glass between the agent and the person he shot not only reduces the threat to the agent it increases the danger to the young lady driving showing agent Braga to be even more reckless.
Stay well - Stay safe- stay armed - Yorktown
If I had done the same thing, I would imagine I would have already been indicted by the Grand Jury.
The good agents are the ones who will suffer on the LE side. Especially if there is no accountability. These things can't be covered up.