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#43 Oct 5, 2013
Also, why was the kid target shooting too? if so that could lead to more charges. depending on what the DA says.

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#44 Oct 5, 2013
Diamond Daisy wrote:
Also, why was the kid target shooting too? if so that could lead to more charges. depending on what the DA says.
while I think this dude is an a-hole, his kid target shooting and learning gun safety is NOT the issue here.
former paramedic

Rochester, NY

#47 Nov 4, 2013
Maybe if he had not been left off the hook before, lives would not have been put in danger this time, and someone who spent his career serving others, putting his life on the line for all you dumb butts out there would still have a record to be proud of. It would seem obvious that anyone who has worked the road, seen skulls, sometimes children's, split open to not drink and drive. Think a little deeper on the subject and maybe you would get the idea that alcoholism is a DISEASE. Sgt. Glazier was let down by everyone who was supposed to be watching his back. Instead of getting on the wagon to beat a guy when he is down, how about working towards keeping others from falling down the same rabbit hole.
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Iraq

#48 Nov 4, 2013
He wasn't putting his life on the line!
He isn't a soldier serving in Iraq or Afghanistan
surviving firefights daily!

He is bureaucrat with a gun who probably spent 90% of his time in a coffee shop dodging calls from dispatch.

Stop trying to paint this Blue Mafia loser into a hero.
He isn't!

If the second amendment wasn't infringed, we would ALL be heros putting our lives on the line protecting ourselves.

And just like they police the public with excessive force, they should police themselves just a vigorously if they want to keep any sense of credibility.
former paramedic

Rochester, NY

#49 Nov 4, 2013
Not putting his life on the line? Maybe not to the degree that someone in a war zone does, but ask any West Webster firefighter if they still think fire is the only thing they have to worry about. State Troopers, Sheriff Deputies and RPD have all responded with the EMS services I have worked for and they have all watched out for us. Every group has it's share of a**holes, even the concerned citizen group. I am just asking that instead of bashing the other, we look out for those next to us, remind them of why they are there, and show some tough love instead of turning a blind eye.
the next door neigbor

Rochester, NY

#50 Nov 4, 2013
former paramedic wrote:
Not putting his life on the line? Maybe not to the degree that someone in a war zone does, but ask any West Webster firefighter if they still think fire is the only thing they have to worry about. State Troopers, Sheriff Deputies and RPD have all responded with the EMS services I have worked for and they have all watched out for us. Every group has it's share of a**holes, even the concerned citizen group. I am just asking that instead of bashing the other, we look out for those next to us, remind them of why they are there, and show some tough love instead of turning a blind eye.
I agree with some of what you said, but being a LEO isn't even on the top ten of the most dangerous jobs in this country. Over 90% of LEO's never had to pull their sidearm during the course of duty. They aren't saints by any means and they have the highest rate of wife abuse and drunk driving along with other crimes that the public never hear about because of the "brotherhood". FYI: A private citizen walking down any street/road or driving a car is much more dangerous than being a cop.
CruiseWithHuge

Rochester, NY

#51 Nov 4, 2013
Robert Glazier was putting his life on the line every day that he drove drunk.
CruiseWithHuge

Rochester, NY

#52 Nov 4, 2013
Are we ever going to have any follow up on this??
Or is the media going to hide the fact that the white judge let him off cause he thought quitting his cop job was punishment enough?
Da Gooch

Rochester, NY

#53 Nov 4, 2013
former paramedic wrote:
Not putting his life on the line? Maybe not to the degree that someone in a war zone does, but ask any West Webster firefighter if they still think fire is the only thing they have to worry about. State Troopers, Sheriff Deputies and RPD have all responded with the EMS services I have worked for and they have all watched out for us. Every group has it's share of a**holes, even the concerned citizen group. I am just asking that instead of bashing the other, we look out for those next to us, remind them of why they are there, and show some tough love instead of turning a blind eye.
Relax with the putting their lives on the line garbage. Police, Firefighters, and EMS are not even in the top 10 of dangerous jobs in this country. The guys who built your house, put food on your table, and etc have a more dangerous job so stop with the we are public servant risking our lives for you crap.

http://pattyinglishms.hubpages.com/hub/Most_D...
former paramedic

Rochester, NY

#54 Nov 4, 2013
My day job required putting on a hard hat and a reflective vest. I might have been hit by road debris or a car, or backed over by a grader, but no one was looking to sue me for my driving or holding me to a higher standard than they live by. Just wondering, what do all of you do when your are not bashing cops and public servants? Volunteering at libraries, PTAs, hospital or homeless shelters? Doing pro bono work for the falsely accused? Getting your professional organizations to sponsor at risk youth? Looking after your neighbors? just wondering how you put yourselves out there for your neighbors, thats all.
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Iraq

#55 Nov 4, 2013
former paramedic wrote:
My day job required putting on a hard hat and a reflective vest. I might have been hit by road debris or a car, or backed over by a grader, but no one was looking to sue me for my driving or holding me to a higher standard than they live by. Just wondering, what do all of you do when your are not bashing cops and public servants? Volunteering at libraries, PTAs, hospital or homeless shelters? Doing pro bono work for the falsely accused? Getting your professional organizations to sponsor at risk youth? Looking after your neighbors? just wondering how you put yourselves out there for your neighbors, thats all.
Take a look at this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Selected_oc...
cops donít even make the list. Yet their pay averages between $80,000 to $100,000 a year.
This notion that cops live in danger is postulated by the Blue Mafia Unions to help negotiate for high wages.

Your gullibility to buy the "cops are Heroes who put their lives on the line" B.S. is part of the reason that cops get away with shooting unarmed, innocent people under the guise that their job is sooo dangerous!

Cops like Trooper Peirce who shot Brad Horton during the Bucky Phillips man hunt. After shooting an unarmed Brad in the back several times in a case of mistaken identity, Peirce was cleared and back on the man hunt in a manner of hours.

I suspect that your gullibility to buy B.S. like this also makes you susceptible to voting Democrat.
former paramedic

Rochester, NY

#56 Nov 4, 2013
No, being gullible is not why I usually vote the democratic line. Just good old new testament teaching that none of us is ever more than the least of us.
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Iraq

#57 Nov 4, 2013
former paramedic wrote:
No, being gullible is not why I usually vote the democratic line. Just good old new testament teaching that none of us is ever more than the least of us.
I can see now WHY you are so gullibile!!!

You started back at sunday school!
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Iraq

#58 Nov 4, 2013
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Iraq

#59 Nov 5, 2013
former paramedic wrote:
Not putting his life on the line? Maybe not to the degree that someone in a war zone does, but ask any West Webster firefighter if they still think fire is the only thing they have to worry about. State Troopers, Sheriff Deputies and RPD have all responded with the EMS services I have worked for and they have all watched out for us. Every group has it's share of a**holes, even the concerned citizen group. I am just asking that instead of bashing the other, we look out for those next to us, remind them of why they are there, and show some tough love instead of turning a blind eye.
You do know that the police have IQ limits that keep smarter applicants from joining the police?

http://abcnews.go.com/US/court-oks-barring-hi...

IF they hired smarter cops, they wouldn't be so quick to violate people's constitutional rights; they would understand that their job has more to do with filling prison quotas and raising revenue for their town. And you could reason with them, because they have the intelligence to use reason.
Ha Ha

Iraq

#60 Nov 5, 2013
Here's the numbers for the top 10 most dangerous jobs for 2010, the most recent year for which data is available, are:


1.Fishers and related fishing workers, at a rate of 116 deaths per 100,000

2.Logging workers, at a rate of 91 deaths per 100,000

3.Aircraft pilots and flight engineers, at a rate of 71 deaths per 100,000

4.Farmers and ranchers, at a rate of 41 deaths per 100,000

5.Mining machine operators, at a rate of 38 deaths per 100,000

6.Roofers, at a rate of 32 deaths per 100,000

7.Refuse and recyclable material collectors, at a rate of 29 deaths per 100,000

8.Drivers / sales workers and truck drivers, at a rate of 21 deaths per 100,000

9.Industrial machinery repair and installation, at a rate of 20 per 100,000

10.Police and sheriff's patrol officers, at a rate of 19 per 100,000

What YOU do as a paramedic is more useful and heroic that the cops who stand around and direct traffic while YOU'RE working.

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