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  • Yesterday, 04:28 PM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    So do you all realize the liability this places the city in. Here you have a firearms instructor that has an ďaccidentalĒ discharge injuring someone. If anyone he has ever signed off on ever gets involved in shooting that will come up so fast it will make your head spin. He must be removed and transferred to a spot where he is out of sight out of mind.
    Vicarious Liability,time will tell.
  • Yesterday, 01:02 AM
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    So do you all realize the liability this places the city in. Here you have a firearms instructor that has an ďaccidentalĒ discharge injuring someone. If anyone he has ever signed off on ever gets involved in shooting that will come up so fast it will make your head spin. He must be removed and transferred to a spot where he is out of sight out of mind.
  • 05-20-2019, 10:41 PM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    This is an idiotic mistake and alright carelessness on his behalf. This could of been your daughter or mother standing in line. If it was a regular citizen or security guard you would be talking endless crap. He should of known better. Heís a certified officer and firearms instructor as he claims to be by you posters. He was wearing city issued clothing with a fishing t shirt. Is this guy poor and canít afford pants to wear on days off? Nooo he was up to no good wearing partial city attire and an unsecured non issued city pistol. He should re visit patrol for some time and earn his entry back into the training department. His actions require scrutiny, disciplinary action, and re training. Stop with the nice guy excuse. We are all nice officers.
    Earn his way back into a unit that heís prolly one of the senior guy in. You are a fuqing comedian with that that one. We got like 3 or 4 solid people there and he one of them. That almost as funny as that we all nice bullshiiit.
  • 05-20-2019, 06:37 PM
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    He should hope the city looks at it that way. There is an injury involved no matter how minor it is thank god it wasnít a major or fatal injury. He of all people should know about securing a weapon. Letís hope he at least is qualified with it also. Guns donít go off by themselves except in Democratís minds. He dóked up bite the bullet and move on.
  • 05-20-2019, 03:16 PM
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    This is an idiotic mistake and alright carelessness on his behalf. This could of been your daughter or mother standing in line. If it was a regular citizen or security guard you would be talking endless crap. He should of known better. Heís a certified officer and firearms instructor as he claims to be by you posters. He was wearing city issued clothing with a fishing t shirt. Is this guy poor and canít afford pants to wear on days off? Nooo he was up to no good wearing partial city attire and an unsecured non issued city pistol. He should re visit patrol for some time and earn his entry back into the training department. His actions require scrutiny, disciplinary action, and re training. Stop with the nice guy excuse. We are all nice officers.
  • 05-20-2019, 09:18 AM
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    Yawn, off duty, no malicious intent to justify hours. Face it, itís a civil case. Whoever keeps posting about this officer clearly has an agenda against him and is a loser. Same guy all treads. The investigation is over.
  • 05-18-2019, 11:47 PM
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    Reprimand for also utilizing department clothing or uniform while in an off duty capacity. Itís lke wearing your uniform on your day off to acquire a food discount at pollo tropical.
  • 05-18-2019, 08:06 PM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    A good Cop knows better that to have an Unholster GUN loose inside his pocket. Gun safety one on one all Guns must be holstered.

    Mario being an Instructor and NRA member should know better. He ainít no Rookie, just take the reprimand and hours. Carry on,next.

    I understand he is a nice guy and all but letís all be Fair and realistic.
    Mario take it easy bro, this place will eat you up faster than you eat your happy meals, being nice does not count. Be smart y deja la comedera de caca, you are a nice guy but now the system will show you how nice it can be also. Para de comerte las uŮas.
  • 05-18-2019, 06:23 AM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    When all you MOTHERF*cKERS are perfect then talk shit. It was an accident which can happen to anyone. Mario is a good guy and a good cop. Heís not a vindictive prick like most.
    A good Cop knows better that to have an Unholster GUN loose inside his pocket. Gun safety one on one all Guns must be holstered.

    Mario being an Instructor and NRA member should know better. He ainít no Rookie, just take the reprimand and hours. Carry on,next.

    I understand he is a nice guy and all but letís all be Fair and realistic.
  • 05-18-2019, 06:03 AM
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    He taught me how to shoot while I was in the academy. That's why I failed the gun range block and had to be recycle.
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