Who spent more range time. Citizen or police involved here?
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Brave man. Could have found himself taking fire from both sides.
to be clear, the Cicero cop, working with Chicago police, was not shot in Cicero, but shot in Chicago in an armpit part of the south side. Shooting occurred @ i-55 and Cicero ave exit, main drag to Midway airport.
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How could the citizen do this without coming under fire from the cops? For all the cops knew, the cit could’ve been there to aid the perp. Either some info has been left out of the story and God bless the cit, or something has been left out of the story and the story smells.
This reminds me of the Texas Tower Shooting in 1965 or 1966 where it was civilians with guns that took on the shooter.
One off duty deputy and several armed civilians went to the rood and ended the killing spree.
The answer to crime is not disarming citizens but having armed citizens willing to step in when needed.
Someone correct me but as a Michigan CPL holder, I must seperate my ammo from my sidearm, lock both is different containers and have them out of my reach while driving thru Shit-Congo or the whole State of Illinois for that matter.
Maybe helpful, but it seems like a good way to get your ass shot, too.
An automatic weapon? Hyperbole or was it auto?
Remember that it wasn’t all that long ago when the Chicago police chief stated that he wanted his officers to shoot concealed carriers on sight?
Funny how things change.
NOT the officers who were on defense and already been shot.