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    Not good....

    Hell of a way to get them suspects to stop and cooperate. :duimomlaag:

    http://www.officer.com/online/articl...ion=1&id=40958


    Darn police guns are firing by themselves again. Accident? I know of one guy who doesn't think so.....




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    That sucks for everybody...The teens, the PD, the officer who shot, and us. Your title says it all: Not Good...

    Probably be used as fuel for the anti's.
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    I do realize this could possibly happen, but it sounds a little strange to me. Okay, he is getting out of the car, his gun goes off, and shoots both of the teens with one bullet. Kind of hard to believe as reported.
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    Only in Maryland,,,,,,,,,,,,, explanes it all DrDavid, I lived in MD for 2 years, strange things happen in MD..No offence to anyone in MD, its just the truth..................
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    When your finger pulls on the trigger it goes bang.

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    It would be nice to hear more detail of this incident. We all know guns just don't go off by themselves. I would guess the cop had already drawn down on the suspects, they made some kind of movement causing the officer to get a little jumpy, and he accidentally pulled the trigger.

    Either way sucks for everyone involved.

    Also kind of curious what caliber and round the officer was using. It went through the torso of one suspect and into the arm of the other. Thatís some penetration.
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    What about finger off the trigger until you are ready to fire. Sounds a little like the video we have all seen of the woman police officers gun firing and almost hitting the suspect and another officer on the ground.
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    Looks like it could be possible for "Barney Fife" to do some damage with the one round Sheriff Andy let him keep in his pocket. Where's "Mayberry" now???



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  10. Cop Shoots Teens

    Sounds a bit fishy to me?
    Where was his trigger finger?
    Where was his gun?
    Who was he aiming at?
    Why was his hand on the gun?
    Or
    How in the world did his undercover gun shoot the teens when if it "accidentally" went off it probably should have sent him to the hospital with a slug in the leg?

    Something doesn't add up, or some people are not telling all.

    Still sounds fishy to me, I think we all would like a more in depth and honest report of this incident.

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    Yea --how the heck does that happen? Finger on trigger? not holstered properly?
    I got a feeling that this officer might be looking for a new gig real soon

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