“Evil can’t be dead enough”
A Florida man with a lengthy criminal record was killed in a shootout after he opened fire on sheriff’s deputies and bashed one of them in the skull.
JUST RELEASED , VIDEO OF AN ARMED AMBUSH ON A PAIR OF FLORIDA DEPUTIES.
IT’S VIDEO THAT COULD BE DISTURBING TO SOME VIEWERS. BULLETS FLY WHEN A PAIR OF BREVARD COUNTY FLORIDA DEPUTIES ARE SUDDENLY AMBUSHED.
IT ALL STARTED WITH A TRAFFIC STOP.
In The video:
DEPUTY TYLER THOMAN IS TALKING TO A WOMAN. WHILE ANOTHER PERSON RESTS AGAINST THE TRUNK OF THE SEDAN. A SECOND DEPUTY, BRIAN POTTERS, APPROACHES THE VEHICLE. AND INSIDE, SEES A THIRD ADULT IN THE BABY. AND ALSO A DOG IN THE BACKSEAT.
HE MAKES SMALL TALK ABOUT HIS OWN KIDS. AND ASKS THE ADULT TO EXIT THE VEHICLE.
>> Some Dialog:
HE WANT’S TO TALK TO YOU OUT HERE. I’LL WATCH HIM FOR YOU, I’VE GOT BABIES.
OH, YOU HAVE A DOG TOO.[ SOME LAUGHTER]
I’LL MAKE SURE THEY’RE ALRIGHT.
I’VE GOT BABIES, TOO, SAYS THE DEPUTY
THAT’S WHEN THE CAR DOOR OPENS. AND ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE ~ MORE THAN 61 BULLETS ARE FIRED IN LESS THAN A MINUTE.
THE MAN WHO ATTACKED THE DEPUTIES WAS 38-YEAR-OLD “PARIS WILDER” — THE SHERIFF CALLING HIM A VIOLENT CAREER CRIMINAL WITH A LONG HISTORY OF CRIMES
Message From In The Line Of Duty:
Police officers in Florida were recently ambushed while conducting a traffic stop. Fortunately, the baby who was in the car at the time was not injured. This incident highlights the importance of police training and underscores why it is so critical for officers to be prepared for any situation.
When it comes to law enforcement, there is no room for mistakes. Officers need to be able to react quickly and effectively in order to protect themselves and the public. That’s why police training is so important – it helps officers stay safe and prepared for anything that might happen on the job.
In light of recent events, I think it’s clear that we need to do everything we can to support our police officers. They put their lives on the line every day in order to keep us safe, and we should be grateful for their service. We should also make sure that they have access to quality training that will help them stay safe while doing their jobs.
– In The Line Of Duty