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Police officer shot dead after pointing stun gun at man's dogs as he attended domesti
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Maybe officers will start thinking a little more before they start "following orders". Maybe he didn't deserve to die but if officers are going to keep this crap up, well, this is what they can start expecting in return. They closed comments because nearly everyone was for the land owner and against the officer "just following orders" Maybe they will learn that "it is time" for a huge section of people and that provoking them and not following the letter and spirit of the law will get your ass killed.


Quote:Police Chief George Bruneio, who arrived after Mr Lasso requested assistance, instructed him to 'shoot the dogs' and that's when the homeowner pulled out a shotgun and fired, authorities said.

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10 to 1 it wasn't a stun gun he was shooting either.

Quote:A police officer killed while responding to a domestic disturbance in a small eastern Pennsylvania borough had pointed a stun gun at two dogs before being shot, court records reveal.
Freemansburg police officer Robert Lasso had pointed at the attacking dogs when the homeowner pulled out a shotgun and fired the fatal blast on Thursday evening.
In police custody, the alleged gunman, 46-year-old George Hitcho Jr, said he had told Mr Lasso to get off his property and not come on unless he had a warrant, authorities said.
'He tried to kill my dogs and pointed a gun in my face,' Hitcho said, according to the documents. 'I do not care if you a cop or not ...Unbelievable.'
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#2
This issue was discussed a lot in another forum a long time ago. The Gestapo tactics of the chief got his officer killed, the police then declared martial law in St Lukes hospital in Fountain Hill (my wife was not able to deliver emergency blood products to the emergency room, for example), and Mr Hitcho was a piece of crap by all accounts.

If I recall, the dogs were the only innocents in this cluster fuck.
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Ten*K;123575 Wrote:This issue was discussed a lot in another forum a long time ago. The Gestapo tactics of the chief got his officer killed, the police then declared martial law in St Lukes hospital in Fountain Hill (my wife was not able to deliver emergency blood products to the emergency room, for example), and Mr Hitcho was a piece of crap by all accounts.



Martial law? Did they really. I don't think police officers have that authority at all!

I'm sure he was a piece of crap, that I have little doubt over.
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ExcelToExcel;123576 Wrote:
Ten*K;123575 Wrote:This issue was discussed a lot in another forum a long time ago. The Gestapo tactics of the chief got his officer killed, the police then declared martial law in St Lukes hospital in Fountain Hill (my wife was not able to deliver emergency blood products to the emergency room, for example), and Mr Hitcho was a piece of crap by all accounts.



Martial law? Did they really. I don't think police officers have that authority at all!

I'm sure he was a piece of crap, that I have little doubt over.


Yes. There were dozens of patrol and unmarked vehichles surrounding the hospital, patients were being denied entry, employees were prevented from normal movement in the ER and nearby areas, and this lasted for about 2 hours despite the officer involved being dead at the scene. There were cars from all over the greater lehigh valley.
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Appears Hitcho was sentenced to death: http://ujsportal.pacourts.us/DocketSheet...03415-2011
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streaker69;123580 Wrote:Appears Hitcho was sentenced to death: http://ujsportal.pacourts.us/DocketSheet...03415-2011

And all over a complaint by a neighbor of reckless driving. Well, I hope he's fucking happy.
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Ten*K;123581 Wrote:
streaker69;123580 Wrote:Appears Hitcho was sentenced to death: http://ujsportal.pacourts.us/DocketSheet...03415-2011

And all over a complaint by a neighbor of reckless driving. Well, I hope he's fucking happy.

I hope the cop and the captain are happy they investigated, a summary offense that they didn't witness and couldn't execute on without some serious proof anyway, so forcefully.

Yeah, lets go shoot dogs because a neighbor complained that someone at this address was driving recklessly.

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That reminds me of this one time I was driving down a side street going 20 mph on my digital dash in a 25 mph and saw a dick walking his kids on the sidewalk. I knew he was an ass the moment I saw him. He screamed at me to slow down in which I replied that he should keep his fucking kids off the street for good fun.

None the less..
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From link...

Quote:Police officers 'off limits'

Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli praised the jury for its decision, saying the sentence shows society will not tolerate criminals targeting law enforcement officers. At trial, he repeatedly called police officers the barrier between order and chaos and said anyone who harms them must be punished.

"I think the jury's verdict sends a high affirmation that police officers are off limits," he said.

http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/bethlehe...ed_to.html
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Mr_Gixxer;123608 Wrote:From link...

Quote:Police officers 'off limits'

Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli praised the jury for its decision, saying the sentence shows society will not tolerate criminals targeting law enforcement officers. At trial, he repeatedly called police officers the barrier between order and chaos and said anyone who harms them must be punished.

"I think the jury's verdict sends a high affirmation that police officers are off limits," he said.

http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/bethlehe...ed_to.html

Maybe the DA should seek the death penalty for every person who murders someone. I'm sorry, but if a criminal kills a police officer or a regular citizen, the same amount of effort should be put into prosecuting those cases. I don't believe in special treatment. "All men are created equal."
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Reading that court docket gave me an ominous, dark feeling. Just how..., sterile..., sentencing someone to death is..., in the paperwork at least.

Justin
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