Police: Texas Cop Slain Trying To Protect Child

Full story: WFMZ 7
A rookie police officer responding to a domestic violence call in suburban Dallas was shot to death trying to protect an 11-year-old girl from her mother's gun-wielding ex-boyfriend, a department spokeswoman said Wednesday. Full Story
Becky

Allentown, PA

#1 Dec 30, 2010
There is no such things as a "routine" domestic violence stop. Ask any cop that. Domestic incidents are extremely dangerous for police officers and I hope the scumbag, child raper who killed these women is given the death penalty. Scumbags like him don't deserve to breate air as far as I'm concerned. This officer is now dead because she protected an 11 year old child from a murderous waste of a human being. God bless this officer and her family. May she rest in peace.
toots

Arlington, TX

#2 Dec 30, 2010
You dummy, the guy killed himself.
Bernadette

Douglassville, PA

#3 Dec 30, 2010
toots wrote:
You dummy, n the guy killed himself.
Of course he would take the cowards way out he was a lowlife coward !
sarah

Tacoma, WA

#4 Jan 1, 2011
The news is know to write topics just to get there rating up and sell paper

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Since: Sep 09

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#5 Jan 2, 2011
Why was a Rookie Cop sent out on a Domestic Disturbance call? Anybody and everybody know that is the most volatile situation to inject a Cop into.

I actually heard our Police Chief come out and say something instead of having his hack mouth piece Tiara Richard spout some more gibberish that she learned in Coms 3312.

She was probably sent out alone because all the other cops have been doing all the Super Bowl prep.

There I said it! Her death was preventable. Who will step up and be they adult here? Who will be accountable? Don't give me that "Responsible" cop out stuff.

Anyone and everyone in leadership positions in the military and public service knows that being responsible does not mean anything unless you are also take accountability without having to be held accountable.

Understand? Being accountable before being held accountable shows superior leadership.

Mayor Quack? Chief Of Police (COP)?
toots

Arlington, TX

#6 Jan 2, 2011
She was sent there to take a statement. Nobody knew that low life was hiding in his car.
Rachel Gray

Newark, DE

#7 Jan 2, 2011
I am from Delaware and just read this post. This officer is a hero. May she rest in peace. I feel so bad fro the family also, how he must ahve terrorized the mother and the daughter. Domestic violence in my opinion should allways involve two officers. My heart goes out to all involved here, EXCEPT, him.

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