Cops: Pharmacy robber, fed agent shot dead in NY

Dec 31, 2011 Full story: Log Cabin Democrat 34

A sheet stretched across a sidewalk obscures the body of a man who shot and killed after robbing Charlie's Family Pharmacy in Seaford, N.Y., Saturday, Dec.

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Pro ATF

Fredericksburg, VA

#22 Jan 3, 2012
mike_lee wrote:
<quoted text>Why don't you stop beating women, what is up with cops who get off on punching women and teen girls in detention? A kid falls of a bridge breaks his back and the cops tazer him 18 times. A 15 year old girl has a hissy fit in the holding tank, throws a shoe and an adult male comes in and beats the shit out of her.

My dad taught me the police were my friends, I taught my kids the police are the greatest danger you will face in your teens and 20's
So sorry to hear you have reproduced.
Pro ATF

Fredericksburg, VA

#23 Jan 3, 2012
Richard_ wrote:
<quoted text>Now you're stretching your bung or maybe the neighbor boy's bung. Leave to a stinking anti-gun liberal to see imaginary things in a clear cut written statement from US Code.
I'll trust my interpretation over that of some loathsome troll who has never done anything in his life to protect or serve the American people.
Pro ATF

Fredericksburg, VA

#24 Jan 3, 2012
Richard_ wrote:
This story of the ATF agent being shot by "Good Samaritans" is an indicator of the failure of gun control and proof positive that a belief that only police should have guns is a failed system.

Had the owner or clerk of the pharmacy been armed, he could have shot the robber theirself. Instead, two civilians were summoned from another place, who lacked the information that the people inside the pharmacy possessed. This why persons have the right of self defense and why defense of others is not so much.

That said, how much money did the responding off duty and retired cop save the insurance company of the pharmacy by stopping the thief? A couple hundred? Good...I'm sure the Geico Gecko will be happy.
What makes you think the clerk, or any of the other store patrons, didn't have a gun? Was there a full firearm inventory in the store after the robbery?
Pro ATF

Fredericksburg, VA

#25 Jan 3, 2012
Richard_ wrote:
<quoted text>Now you're stretching your bung or maybe the neighbor boy's bung. Leave to a stinking anti-gun liberal to see imaginary things in a clear cut written statement from US Code.
I try to have a civil conversation with some troll and he immediately wants to talk about holes. Sorry, Sandusky. I got no more time for you.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#26 Jan 4, 2012
Pro ATF wrote:
<quoted text>
I'll trust my interpretation over that of some loathsome troll who has never done anything in his life to protect or serve the American people.
"If you can read, thank a teacher; if you can read in English, thank an Englishman!" LOL, that said, my federal, state or civil service is not at question here. However, your ability to read, write and understand the English language, is.

Do you even know what the concept "American people" is comprised of? Because I'm a U.S. citizen who knows, just double checkint to test your knowledge.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#27 Jan 4, 2012
Pro ATF wrote:
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What makes you think the clerk, or any of the other store patrons, didn't have a gun?
You're not very familiar with gun laws and New York, are you? LOL.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#28 Jan 4, 2012
Pro ATF wrote:
<quoted text>
I try to have a civil conversation with some troll and he immediately wants to talk about holes. Sorry, Sandusky. I got no more time for you.
I think what you're trying to say here is that you're some kid on a computer, thanks for admitting it.

Since you're pro ATF, I was just wondering if you knew the limitation on how many sawed off shotguns an "American people" can possess in the United States?
Plotts

Ronkonkoma, NY

#29 Mar 25, 2013
I would assume the pharmaceuticals consider this "Collateral damage" as well as the politicians such as Rudy Guiliani who protects the malfeasence of the makers of oxycotin,purdue pharmaceuticals....though he's more rich and powerful today so I would think they justifie it with their bank accounts....
Zohydro a stronger synthetic opiod goes on the market to add to the insanity,,addiction as a cottage industry and of course to the bank accounts of politicians that made this happen....
Plotts

Stony Brook, NY

#30 Apr 15, 2013
I would assume the pharmaceutical companies consider this "collateral damage" while they count their billions from providing a cottage industry of addiction....all brought to you by the Sackler brothers....New York own....protected by the strong arm of Guiliani ...who brokered a deal to keep the purdue pharmaceutical executives out of jail....a 660 million dollar kickback for local law enforcements.....apparently they paid up for one of thousands of deaths/destruction monetarily.....
The biggest question should be why none of a drug czars have brought charges against the developers of oxycotin,who lied about the addictivness rate before flooding our streets with highly addictive pills
Do a little research and you'll find out they perfected there marketing strategy from the billions they made off of Valium,,targeting general practitioners to deal the drugs for the Sackler brothers.....very clever and manipulative....all for greed and power......paid with the blood of others...
Anyways what did this death prevent? Nothing.......Zohydro comming to a pharmacy in your neighborhood...next........
Farrell Landon

Washington, DC

#31 Apr 21, 2013
mike_lee wrote:
There was a time I felt bad when a cop was killed in the line of duty, now I feel guilty satisfaction.
You feel the same way when you blow homeless guys behind Red Lobster?
Plottmqsteram

Absecon, NJ

#32 Jul 1, 2014
Farrell Landon wrote:
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You feel the same way when you blow homeless guys behind Red Lobster?
no dirtbag..the cops are the law abiding citizens oaycheck.....I also applaud every dirtbag cops death...each and everyone of them dirtbags...,serve and protect your own....the community don't need you thugs...go protect the opioid dealers and use our children as fodder for the bank owned jail system.....the only good cop is a dead one....
Bunch of ignorant tools protecting their own...
knapp commission

United States

#33 Aug 31, 2014
daniel pantaleo , Schmutz Boteach and Anthony embriano were trained in choke holds by the cowardly izrreeeli fifth column
Plotts

Centereach, NY

#34 Thursday Jan 1
Richard_ wrote:
This story of the ATF agent being shot by "Good Samaritans" is an indicator of the failure of gun control and proof positive that a belief that only police should have guns is a failed system.
Had the owner or clerk of the pharmacy been armed, he could have shot the robber theirself. Instead, two civilians were summoned from another place, who lacked the information that the people inside the pharmacy possessed. This why persons have the right of self defense and why defense of others is not so much.
That said, how much money did the responding off duty and retired cop save the insurance company of the pharmacy by stopping the thief? A couple hundred? Good...I'm sure the Geico Gecko will be happy.
Consider it collateral damage from the NY governmental HEROIN distribution scam......NY STATE INSURANCE FUND CREATED THIS ADDICTION CRISIS...BY FIRST TARGETING THE NY DISABLE TO MONEY LAUNDER ALL THAT CHEAP AFGHAN HEROIN TURNED INTO $60.00 oxycotin pills....
Why is the government immune top repose cut ion for their crimes against the people....or do you buy that Guiliani gave a shit about some aunt dying of cancer.....yea right.,.
Beenthere

United States

#35 Thursday Jan 1
Plotts wrote:
I would assume the pharmaceuticals consider this "Collateral damage" as well as the politicians such as Rudy Guiliani who protects the malfeasence of the makers of oxycotin,purdue pharmaceuticals....though he's more rich and powerful today so I would think they justifie it with their bank accounts....
Zohydro a stronger synthetic opiod goes on the market to add to the insanity,,addiction as a cottage industry and of course to the bank accounts of politicians that made this happen....
Nobody but the weak individual that stuck that needle in his own arm made this problem.
Go ahead, keep blaming anything and anyone possible about your/his problems, stay enslaved.

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