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When will these morons do their own re-con instead of relying on crack head tips. http://billingsgazette.com/news/local/cr...z29JcEb9SQ
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Quote:"If we're wrong or made a mistake, then we're going to take care of it," he said. "But if it determines we're not, then we'll go with that. When we do this, we want to ensure the safety of not only the officers, but the residents inside."

Hey fuckstick! You thought there was a methlab in there, there wasn't. You're fucking wrong you fucking piece of shit.

Even if there was a fucking methlab in there, wouldn't using flashbang grenades potentially detonate the nasty chemicals used to make meth? Is it policy to use flashbangs in suspected meth houses?
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streaker69;24811 Wrote:
Quote:"If we're wrong or made a mistake, then we're going to take care of it," he said. "But if it determines we're not, then we'll go with that. When we do this, we want to ensure the safety of not only the officers, but the residents inside."

Hey fuckstick! You thought there was a methlab in there, there wasn't. You're fucking wrong you fucking piece of shit.

Even if there was a fucking methlab in there, wouldn't using flashbang grenades potentially detonate the nasty chemicals used to make meth? Is it policy to use flashbangs in suspected meth houses?


Exactly that! Goodpost

The police need to be held more accountable for these types of incidents. ....and I am talking more than just a lawsuit that results in taxpayer money being funded to cover it.
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streaker69;24811 Wrote:
Quote:"If we're wrong or made a mistake, then we're going to take care of it," he said. "But if it determines we're not, then we'll go with that. When we do this, we want to ensure the safety of not only the officers, but the residents inside."

Hey fuckstick! You thought there was a methlab in there, there wasn't. You're fucking wrong you fucking piece of shit.

Even if there was a fucking methlab in there, wouldn't using flashbang grenades potentially detonate the nasty chemicals used to make meth? Is it policy to use flashbangs in suspected meth houses?

Exactly what I was thinking, lets through a bomb into the meth lab. Where do they get these people.
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#5
Worse yet, the guy using the flashbang didn't know there was a delay. Do these guys practice? I thought SWAT guys were supposed to be "well trained".
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#6
This shit is what happens when every little podunk town has a SWAT team. They have to justify having it so they call them out for everything.
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streaker69;24819 Wrote:Worse yet, the guy using the flashbang didn't know there was a delay. Do these guys practice? I thought SWAT guys were supposed to be "well trained".

Hey now, come on. It's been a few years since the SWAT teams in Montana have had a chance at a live situation. Tongue
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#8
I think this should be added to the police procedure for every police department in the country.

The last words in a conversation right before a police raid should be "are we 100% sure we have the right house, and we know for a fact that they are doing what we suspect them of doing, we will go to jail if we don't".

If the answer is anything other than "yes, we are 100% sure and willing to risk our freedom on the assessment" they should stop, not move forward until they are 100% sure and are willing to risk their freedom on their assessment.
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#9
They put warnings on every damm thing out there anymore, why not flash bangs. ( Warning do not through into highly flammable meth lab might go boom) Just a thought.
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#10
Yet another example of a team that does not follow the NTOA's "best practices" guidelines. If they did, the little girl would not have been hurt.

One of the first things they hammer into your head at swat school when the topic of flash bangs comes up is that you HAVE to know what is in the detonation area. That's why the NTOA policy is that they are not used indoors.

We never used threat matrix's like these guys do. Our commander was smart enough to know that you can turn any warrant service into a full blown call out with these. Its a shame that adopting swat standards is nit mandatory from the DOJ. Untill it is, these things will keep happening.
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