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  1. #11
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    Do you honestly think that the space between his ears has had one moment of peace since it was revealed that he did not perform? What he did was wrong but there's very few who have not had a moment where in hindsight they almost did, or did not do something that could have ended their career and resulted in public humiliation, deserved or not. The weapon left in the bathroom stall last year found by the drunk guy could have been catastrophic. Can you imagine waking up everyday living with that? What they did was wrong on every level but no doubt that internally, they are forever tormented and haunted.
    I hope so, but I have been around M.K. And I am not to sure about that.

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    🤦🏽*♂️ krAtZ

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    You are comparing a gun being left in a bathroom stall, with failing to act during an active shooter where kids and teachers are being executed? Hope that you do not work in law enforcement! Kratz is a coward and here is a question for you. If your kid was killed at MSD, would you still make that incredibly stupid analogy?

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    You are comparing a gun being left in a bathroom stall, with failing to act during an active shooter where kids and teachers are being executed? Hope that you do not work in law enforcement! Kratz is a coward and here is a question for you. If your kid was killed at MSD, would you still make that incredibly stupid analogy?
    It wasn't an analogy. It was an example unrelated to the first point. And, it's a valid point. I agree.

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    It’s not a valid point. Leaving a gun in a stall, failure to act during an active shooter. One is an absent minded mistake, the other is a cowardly act, being unable to perform your job of preserving life. By the way, fat StamBag pointed out 3 victims down to a rescue guy, prior to driving away from the scene. What would you classify that as?

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    You can’t hold his jock!

    Yeah what a shame that he didn’t use his time reversal machine and go back in time to stop Cruz. Everyone was already shot when he got there. The last victim was shot a second time, 20 seconds after he got out of his car, 1000 feet away. I guess you, in all your toughness, would have pulled fight up to the front door of the school. He could have saved no one. You retards think you have some idea of how this all played out. You simply don’t. But keep throwing stones. Many more of us will be faced with the next shit show that hits Broward. God forbit you go right when you should have gone left. Be careful what you say on the radio because it will all come back to haunt you. You will all be judged with hindsight and slow motion video. Not in real time, split second decision making speed. Cruz shot 34 people in 3 minutes and 21 seconds. He was done killing only 1 1/2 minutes after the call went out. Only one deputy was there when he shot the last student. Something the biased commission has never made clear. Just ponder that for a minute before you spew anymore of this nonsense, you useless, haven’t done sh*t, clown! You may also want to stop throwing those stones as every cop’s glass house is now more fragile than ever. BTW, why don’t quit hiding in this forum and go tell that deputy how you feel about him, face to face. You pu$$y!

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    You sir are a complete moron. You are supposed to enter a school during an active shooter, not remain on a roadway stopping traffic. The point is not that Cruz was firing his last rounds as they all stood outside the school grounds with their ****s in their hands. The point is that non of them made their way to the building. In the future, if you respond to an active shooter, go in to the school, not remain outside hiding behind a car or tree. That’s why the commission called the BSO response as a systematic failure and why the Sheriff is gone. You have posted the dumbest response on this site and that’s saying a lot. Guaranteed you are one of the 7 that failed to do your job that day. Have a nice day and go F yourself.

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    Mike, good luck in LBS...

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