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Harrisonburg Police Officer Cleared in Shooting - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and...

There are 31 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Dec 5, 2011, titled Harrisonburg Police Officer Cleared in Shooting - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and.... In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

A Harrisonburg police officer has been cleared of wrongdoing, three days after he shot and seriously wounded a man.

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CvilleGordo

Charlottesville, VA

#23 Dec 6, 2011
Whatever wrote:
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Always with the cheap shots eh! I hope you ain't GUARDIAN me!
I think it's because the biggest gun his momma' will let him carry is a NAA .32 Guardian.
say it aint so ma

Charlottesville, VA

#24 Dec 6, 2011
cville native wrote:
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Seriously?! An abortion of human rights? Get out of your comfy little lazy boy chair and experience life elsewhere in the world where true violations of human rights occur!! How about female genital mutilation? Or political prisoners thrown in jail for decades or family members stolen out of their beds at night because they don't agree with the current party in charge? Nothing was covered up when the officer hit the pedestrian. He didn't lie about it, he didn't flee the scene, nothing. The man wasn't even hurt. Should you be fired because you have an accident? His "retraining" probably came with a letter of discipline which proably effected him financially, much like you or I getting a speeding ticket and having to pay a fine. Get over yourself and open your eyes to the true travesties of the world. Police in the US screw up- they are human. Go talk to a Mexican citizen, or someone from Afghanistan or Russia. You do not fear the police. Wake up to how good you have it.
So its its ok to wear a badge and a gun but have no integrity so long as he doesn't cut up women?

Since: Nov 08

Raleigh, NC

#25 Dec 6, 2011
say it aint so ma wrote:
<quoted text>So its its ok to wear a badge and a gun but have no integrity so long as he doesn't cut up women?
Where is there an issue with integrity? He didn't flee the scene, he didn't make a false report. He helped the guy up and called for rescue. What a horrible person he must be. And why would you even bring this up? What does it have to do with a Harrisonburg officer being involved in a shooting?
Guardian

Charlottesville, VA

#26 Dec 6, 2011
As for C'villeDumbo - When you have to resort to "your Momma" as a retort, you have proven beyond any reasonable doubt that thinking is not your strong suit, also explains your limited career choices. By the way detective clueless, My issued service sidearm was a .45 which I still carry to this day.
say it aint so ma

Charlottesville, VA

#27 Dec 6, 2011
cville native wrote:
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Where is there an issue with integrity? He didn't flee the scene, he didn't make a false report. He helped the guy up and called for rescue. What a horrible person he must be. And why would you even bring this up? What does it have to do with a Harrisonburg officer being involved in a shooting?
Well I guess thats the problem, if one has to explain what integrity means the battle is lost. you win.
majority

Charlottesville, VA

#28 Dec 6, 2011
Anybody tires of the good ol integrity word

I MEAN HOW MANY GOOD OL SOUTHERN BOYS HAVE USED IT
REMINDS ME OF THE BORN AGAIN CAR SALESMAN
Areyoukiddingme

Waynesboro, VA

#29 Dec 6, 2011
Whatever wrote:
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Always with the cheap shots eh! I hope you ain't GUARDIAN me!
No worries there he is a coward who sits behind a keyboard and runs his mouth.
Areyoukiddingme

Waynesboro, VA

#30 Dec 6, 2011
cville native wrote:
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Seriously?! An abortion of human rights? Get out of your comfy little lazy boy chair and experience life elsewhere in the world where true violations of human rights occur!! How about female genital mutilation? Or political prisoners thrown in jail for decades or family members stolen out of their beds at night because they don't agree with the current party in charge? Nothing was covered up when the officer hit the pedestrian. He didn't lie about it, he didn't flee the scene, nothing. The man wasn't even hurt. Should you be fired because you have an accident? His "retraining" probably came with a letter of discipline which proably effected him financially, much like you or I getting a speeding ticket and having to pay a fine. Get over yourself and open your eyes to the true travesties of the world. Police in the US screw up- they are human. Go talk to a Mexican citizen, or someone from Afghanistan or Russia. You do not fear the police. Wake up to how good you have it.
WEll written!
Guardian

Charlottesville, VA

#31 Dec 6, 2011
Areyoukiddingme, is that what you call yourself now, keep making excuses for yourself and those like you, that's all you have. No kidding, that is all you have.
NO PC BS

Dillwyn, VA

#32 Dec 6, 2011
citizen wrote:
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Since I don't sow crime or disease I reap good things in life.
The mall provides a waiting area for all the "Typhoid Marys" that get sent here from all over the state for treatment at the hospital---disease diversity.

The social services buses from Danville, Roanoke and other places drop off a new load every month as do countless other cities in the hinterlands. Bon appetit to those at the little mall tables getting sneezed and coughed on.

Since: Nov 08

Raleigh, NC

#33 Dec 7, 2011
say it aint so ma wrote:
<quoted text>Well I guess thats the problem, if one has to explain what integrity means the battle is lost. you win.
You concede? Google it if you're not sure. I've posed a simple question- what did the officer due that lacked integrity- something that he should have been fired for? Was it a crime of moral turpitude? Please, enlighten me and I would most certainly agree with you. I hold those in law enforcement to a very high standard, as we all should. They have a tremendous amount of power and they should act appropriately. I thought I was fairly knowledgable regarding the incident in question and cannot come to the same conclusion as you. I see a traffic accident that has merit for either to potentially be charged. IMO, the officer however hit the pedestrian who was in the crosswalk. That's a crash, not a moral offense it appears you have condemned him for.

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