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Cops Tase Father Trying To Save His 3-Year-Old Son From House Fire
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Link:Cops Tase Father Trying To Save His 3-Year-Old Son From House Fire

Quote:“It’s just heartless. How could they be so heartless?”

Paul Joseph Watson
Infowars.com
November 4, 2013

A Louisiana, Missouri father was prevented from saving his 3-year-old son from a house fire when cops tased him three times for attempting to enter the burning building.

The fire started in a ground floor play room while the parents were asleep in the living room. The toddler was asleep upstairs in his bedroom.

After waking up to the smell of fumes, the parents managed to get outside before calling 911. Stepfather Ryan Miller then kicked down the front door to the building as police and firefighters arrived.

The house was too hot for firefighters to enter, but when Miller attempted to rush in to try and save his stepson, he was restrained and then tased three times by a city police officer.

“He tried to get back in the house to get the baby,” grandmother Lori Miller told KHQA. “They took my son to jail because he tried to save his son.”

3-year-old Riley Miller was later found dead near the doorway to his bedroom and the house was completely destroyed.

Well, those cops really showed him...
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Should have got the kid out before they left the building. Odds are very high the kid was dead before the stepfather was tased.

I understand they were trying to protect him, but the father should not be arrested for this.
Vampire pig man since September 2012
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Sometimes a person does not have the sense God gave them. I don't know the details I don't know, but this seems like an idiot Leo.

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Camper;124211 Wrote:Should have got the kid out before they left the building. Odds are very high the kid was dead before the stepfather was tased.

I understand they were trying to protect him, but the father should not be arrested for this.

Sadly I have to agree with everything you've said. Reading the story I can feel my heart fall to the floor but there is no avoiding the reality that the proper time to act was long passed.
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My first priority would be to get to my kid before exiting the building, but I don't know all the circumstances so I won't judge. Even if I thought the chances of saving them was 1% I would run directly into the fire to try, and I think (hope) most parents would do the same.
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bac0nfat;124220 Wrote:My first priority would be to get to my kid before exiting the building, but I don't know all the circumstances so I won't judge. Even if I thought the chances of saving them was 1% I would run directly into the fire to try, and I think (hope) most parents would do the same.

Yeah, that's exactly what I thought. Kid first. Period. Unfortunately, it didn't happen that way. Also we don't know what the layout of the home was and if it was possible to get to the little one either.

But, locking a guy up for trying to save his son's life is terribly disgusting. I have 4 boys, the youngest of who is 6 months old. I'd be burnt to the bones before I give up on any of them. I'd honestly have to worry about the consequences of my actions AFTER my kids are safe, whether it be bodily harm or arrest for shooting someone attempting to stop me from helping my kids.
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bac0nfat;124220 Wrote:My first priority would be to get to my kid before exiting the building, but I don't know all the circumstances so I won't judge. Even if I thought the chances of saving them was 1% I would run directly into the fire to try, and I think (hope) most parents would do the same.
Agreed.
das, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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Again... police had zero right to stop him. None nada but they can't help themselves
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I have no clue why he didn't take the kid first...regardless, he probably would have preferred to die saving his son than to live with the pain of losing him. That was his choice to make...not the cop's. Ridiculous.
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It was their duty to do what was necessary to restrain him. Their job is to protect life, and if the firefighters couldn't get in, he couldn't.

Taking him to jail, or charging him with anything, that's over the top and just callous.
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