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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2000
    Beyond The Wall


    Gabriel Suarez

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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    1) Why confine/pin yourself between two vehicles? Set the pieces on the chess board to your advantage.

    2) H to H skills?

    3) Officer gets flanked.

    4) Officer should be thankful that BG # 2 (oops my pants are coming down) "appears to have no shooting skills".
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2018
    Echo what NV28 said, with this addition: From the officer's actions before BG #2 appeared with a weapon, it appears he was attempting to gently escape BG #1 without injuring him, who apparently had no similar compunction. Why didn't the officer punch him in the solar plexus, stomp on his foot, throw him on thr ground, [insert other immediately and persuasively violent action here] as soon as he got handsy during the patdown? Fortunately he moved much faster later on, and that saved his life. But at the outset, his position and then reactions put him solidly behind the 8 ball.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jan 2011
    I'm not even going to spend any time on the fact that his placement for conducting the investigation was bad to start with, but I will say that he is a product of the same thing that is affecting a lot of LEO's these days when it comes to situations going physical.

    With todays holsters being what they are compared to 15 years ago and more, LE needs to start spending more time on physically neutralizing the predator and less time on being a punching bag and grappling partner while they (LEO) is giving 95% of his attention to weapon retention. Keep the gun side away and start breaking and tearing stuff...worry about everything else afterwards. Too many good guys are worrying about getting in *trouble* for *hurting* the bad guy. That is a mindset that is getting LEO's hurt and worse because they are literally too afraid to hurt the bad guys. At best...they are struggling to keep a "survivor's" mindset versus a "warrior's" mindset. Just my opinion, as I could be wouldn't be the first time.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    In a positive state of mind
    All of the above, plus the LEO didn't have BG1 turned and 'in the position' for the pat-down. Why go face on for a pat-down?

  6. #6
    13% of the population, 52% of all homicides.
    James 1:5 - "If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him."

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Jul 2018
    SE Louisiana
    Quote Originally Posted by P.D. View Post
    All of the above, plus the LEO didn't have BG1 turned and 'in the position' for the pat-down. Why go face on for a pat-down?
    I hesitated to comment as I am not a LEO but I wondered the same thing myself... Face to face and then you let the dude get up above you and still don't react? Is he doing a pat-down or giving a BJ?
    How is he supposed to keep an eye on BG#2 with BG#1 up in his face?
    All my respect to LEO's out there... You have an incredibly difficult and dangerous job and one mistake can be your last.

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