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Modesto, CA

Sheriff's deputy shot while serving eviction papers in Mo...

Really? They officer knew his risk of his job. But he didn't come to a seen where there was a bank robbery so he can be prepared. He came to the house to witness or escort. Not a big deal. I'm sure he's done this several times. It's like if you came to by door trying to sell me something and before I open the door I shoot you threw the door. So is there a big risk selling door to door? And believe me if someone shot and killed your brother or family member you would get all your boys together to smash the fucker who killed one of yours. Even though I think the police could have done the job differently by getting him out alive but they had no intention of letting him live. This was a great mob job done by the police! They just showed us a lesson. Don't fuck with the police.  (Apr 16, 2012 | post #50)

Modesto, CA

Sheriff's deputy shot while serving eviction papers in Mo...

I don't feel sorry for him. He put himself in that situation. He had enough guns and God knows what else he could have sold to pay his rent. There where many other doors he could have chosen, but instead he thought he would kill two innocent people for doing there jobs. What a cockroach. It's really too bad that people now days don't have common since anymore.  (Apr 16, 2012 | post #49)

Modesto, CA

Sheriff's deputy shot while serving eviction papers in Mo...

Yes I agree, people like this are so dumb they don't understand how it affects the owner of the house. I lost a big beautiful house in Arizona. Because I thought I would help a big family out. The cockroaches made 10k a month, but couldn't pay there rent and stayed in my house rent free for over a year so I had to let it go. I also found out they had done the same to their previous landlord. They knew the laws and knew how to work the system. I wish I had burned the house down like we did here.  (Apr 16, 2012 | post #48)