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    Kratz Should Share Same Fate As Eason

    Krappy Kratzís first thought during an active school shooter was to shut down a roadway!!! He heard shots and never entered the school and was one of the deputies CSPD observed hiding behind marked units. Why has he not had his badge and gun taken and placed on restricted duty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Krappy Kratzís first thought during an active school shooter was to shut down a roadway!!! He heard shots and never entered the school and was one of the deputies CSPD observed hiding behind marked units. Why has he not had his badge and gun taken and placed on restricted duty?
    Hopefully he will be sitting on the bench along with the rest of the COWARS!!

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    9KcHriS

    Yup the sAmE

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    Kratz=POS

    MK has always been a *****, did you really think he'd go in? He went partying at Disney just 2 days after... Real Piece of crap!

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    I must be confused. Is this the same kratz is that posted on his Facebook about what a hero he was? Do we have to Kratzís out there?

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    I must be confused. Is this the same kratz is that posted on his Facebook about what a hero he was? Do we have to Kratzís out there?
    Yepper, thatís the HERO that put himself safe on Facebook and bragged about hearing the shots being fired. Of course you were safe you hid behind your car! Why isnít he on restrictive duty??

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    Yepper, thatís the HERO that put himself safe on Facebook and bragged about hearing the shots being fired. Of course you were safe you hid behind your car! Why isnít he on restrictive duty??
    Why should he be on restrictive duty?

    Eason is in trouble because he lied. Miller is in trouble for not "Sergeanting" when he arrived on the scene. Peterson retired and Jan Jordan, resigned.

    Kratz and the others are clear. Training and expectation does not dictate action. POLICY does. Under the Sheriff's policy, there is no disciplinary action for cowardice. The Sheriff gave Kratz the "discretion" to decide that he didn't want to, was afraid to, was too stupid to..... whatever the case may be. He didn't violate policy.

    In fact, as it stands, if there were to be another incident of this nature, any deputy has the option to stand behind a tree while civilians run in unarmed.

    You "may enter" cleared the rest of them. They told the truth; the cowardly truth and nothing but the truth. Eason would have been off the hook too if he didn't fabricate.
    Stop pointing fingers at the symptom of the problem and point to the problem: The Sheriff who altered the policy.

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    Why should he be on restrictive duty?

    Eason is in trouble because he lied. Miller is in trouble for not "Sergeanting" when he arrived on the scene. Peterson retired and Jan Jordan, resigned.

    Kratz and the others are clear. Training and expectation does not dictate action. POLICY does. Under the Sheriff's policy, there is no disciplinary action for cowardice. The Sheriff gave Kratz the "discretion" to decide that he didn't want to, was afraid to, was too stupid to..... whatever the case may be. He didn't violate policy.

    In fact, as it stands, if there were to be another incident of this nature, any deputy has the option to stand behind a tree while civilians run in unarmed.

    You "may enter" cleared the rest of them. They told the truth; the cowardly truth and nothing but the truth. Eason would have been off the hook too if he didn't fabricate.
    Stop pointing fingers at the symptom of the problem and point to the problem: The Sheriff who altered the policy.
    Standard JB line. Total BS. Just so you know, two unarmed gym teachers ran into the school without guns or training. They didnt stand outside and blame Runcie.

    Our guys with guns standing out at the street. So why didn't they meet up and go on to the campus?? Even search for the bad guy? How long were they going to wait? So their position is "I would have gone on campus if the policy said shall?" What a crock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Why should he be on restrictive duty?

    Eason is in trouble because he lied. Miller is in trouble for not "Sergeanting" when he arrived on the scene. Peterson retired and Jan Jordan, resigned.

    Kratz and the others are clear. Training and expectation does not dictate action. POLICY does. Under the Sheriff's policy, there is no disciplinary action for cowardice. The Sheriff gave Kratz the "discretion" to decide that he didn't want to, was afraid to, was too stupid to..... whatever the case may be. He didn't violate policy.

    In fact, as it stands, if there were to be another incident of this nature, any deputy has the option to stand behind a tree while civilians run in unarmed.

    You "may enter" cleared the rest of them. They told the truth; the cowardly truth and nothing but the truth. Eason would have been off the hook too if he didn't fabricate.
    Stop pointing fingers at the symptom of the problem and point to the problem: The Sheriff who altered the policy.
    Yeah...blame the policy. What a crock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Why should he be on restrictive duty?

    Eason is in trouble because he lied. Miller is in trouble for not "Sergeanting" when he arrived on the scene. Peterson retired and Jan Jordan, resigned.

    Kratz and the others are clear. Training and expectation does not dictate action. POLICY does. Under the Sheriff's policy, there is no disciplinary action for cowardice. The Sheriff gave Kratz the "discretion" to decide that he didn't want to, was afraid to, was too stupid to..... whatever the case may be. He didn't violate policy.

    In fact, as it stands, if there were to be another incident of this nature, any deputy has the option to stand behind a tree while civilians run in unarmed.

    You "may enter" cleared the rest of them. They told the truth; the cowardly truth and nothing but the truth. Eason would have been off the hook too if he didn't fabricate.
    Stop pointing fingers at the symptom of the problem and point to the problem: The Sheriff who altered the policy.
    What Did Eason fabricate?

    Back to Krappy...he has had the training...check, He has over 20 years on the job...check. He didnít go in so I guess he didnít want to...check, he could have been afraid to....check, and we all know he could definitely be stupid...dbl check. So if you add up all the check I believe that = COWARD?

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