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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Francisp View Post
    I knew Brian. We went to college together. He was about 6'4 and would rep with 3 plates on the bench. He was a great shotputter. The perp that was fighting over his gun must have been a monster for Brian to be in that situation.
    Technique and experience negates a lot of size and strength on the ground. I did some ground work in a LEO class a couple years ago, where I rolled with a much bigger SWAT guy and got his back and his gun in less than a minute. Anyone can be gotten and mistakes become lethal, especially when grappling.
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    I feel sorry for the cop who shot him. He will have to live with that screw up for the rest of his life. Hope he gets help
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragsbo View Post
    I feel sorry for the cop who shot him. He will have to live with that screw up for the rest of his life. Hope he gets help
    I am not sure if it is known which COP or COPs shot the LEO since he was shot twice and
    By Monday, the NYPD determined that Mulkeen’s partners fired off 10 shots — two of which struck their brother in blue in the head and torso. .........
    There were said to have 5 other LEOs on the perimeter from which the firing occurred.
    It would seem even by accident, shooting a fellow officer could be grounds for dismissal or even kicking it over to the prosecutors office for examination.
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  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Nichols View Post
    Technique and experience negates a lot of size and strength on the ground. I did some ground work in a LEO class a couple years ago, where I rolled with a much bigger SWAT guy and got his back and his gun in less than a minute. Anyone can be gotten and mistakes become lethal, especially when grappling.
    I just had my acl completely severed and my leg nearly broken by someone 20lbs lighter this summer in BJJ so I understand that first hand. Brian was also a high school wrestler and could definitely handle himself.
    Last edited by Francisp; 10-01-2019 at 02:29 PM.

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