Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by dawg, Jul 31, 2016.
Suspect pulls hidden gun on cop.
I'm sure this will be a training video for sometime to come
"kill me motherfucker"
I wonder if he got his wish?
LOL, what a tool
This one is tense as hell
Did he have that gun in his butt?
Lol his pants fell down.
how the cop blew the initial pat down should be the training video
I know, they must have shot his belt off
If he don't die you have any idear how much it cost the tax payer for his hospital stay.intensive care is a bitch 24 hour care.
ive never been overly pro-cop or anti cop but theyve always reserved my respect. the things they must deal with on a daily basis. man oh man
And not get paid much to do it
Maybe a leg holster? hard to see
He had it keistered in his prison purse.
Nearly 50 shots by police and only three hit him. Crazy. That female officer was struck by one of his shots but her bulletproof vest kept her unharmed.
One of my sons wants to be a cop. I hope and pray he changes his mind.
Couldn't have happened to a nicer guy! Good Riddance.....I mean it!
Grand jury: Savannah-Chatham police 'legally justified' in fatal October shooting
Chatham County grand jury finds police officers in clear after traffic stop resulted in fatal shooting
The Chatham County grand jury on Monday found that Savannah-Chatham police officers were “legally justified” when they used deadly force to stop Tyrie Cuyler from fleeing a traffic stop in October.
“Grand jury finds that no further action is required,” the March term panel said in a civil finding returned after presentation of evidence Monday.
That presentation by Chatham County District Attorney Meg Heap and Chief Assistant Greg McConnell included body camera footage from officers Ruben Colon, Michael Gonzales and John Hauber at the scene. A fourth officer, Daniel Kang, did not activate his body camera.
Cuyler, 25, was shot and killed in a gun battle with Savannah-Chatham police officers shortly before midnight Oct. 27 after a routine traffic stop turned deadly. Colon and Gonzales were shot and wounded by Cuyler before he was fatally shot when police returned fire at the intersection of 37th Street and Ogeechee Road.
The GBI probe report found:
Colon fired eight rounds, Gonzales fired six and Hauber fired five from their official Glock pistols. Kang did not fire his weapon.
Examination of the bullets recovered from Cuyler’s body at autopsy could not be identified as coming from a specific officer’s gun – a finding that is not unusual when comparing bullets from Glocks.
The neighborhood where the shooting occurred was canvassed and numerous residents were found who heard gunfire, but no resident was found who witnessed the shooting.
The only civilian witness found, who was returning home from work, witnessed the shooting and her description was consistent with those of the four officers.
In their findings involving Cuyler, which the GBI said illustrated Cuyler’s “desperate motivation to use unjustified deadly force,” the GBI found that Cuyler:
Was armed with a .38-caliber Smith & Wesson revolver which contained three spent shell casings; the handle was wrapped with electrical tape in an apparent attempt to not leave fingerprints.
Had 16 individually packed baggies in his pocket containing cocaine … the possession of which is a felony.
Was a two-time convicted felon.
Was arrested on March 18, 2015, in McIntosh County for possession of a firearm by a convicted felony
Raped a female inside her West Duffy Street residence on Oct. 21, 2015. The case was still under investigation when he died.
Had raped another female inside her East Duffy Street home on Aug. 9, 2015. The case was under investigation at the time of his death.
But............Black Lives Matter?
You can't fix stupid.