About that Orlando Shooting... a coverup
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« on: June 16, 2017, 10:18:11 am »

There's a lot of things about that Orlando shooting that have been ignored to make the police look good.
Here's some of the facts.
1. Although that is a gay club, it was a Mexican appreciation gathering that evening.  The regular crowd at that club had mostly gone home, leaving the Mexicans there with there families and friends.  Very few of the victims were regulars at that club.  At least 7 of those killed were female.  I could only find two that were white.  There were 103 people shot, 50 of whom died.
2. Every night, that club has a minimum of two police cruisers parked outside of it at all times.  This is probably because of neighbors bitching about people parking on their property, being loud, and because police like to stalk adult businesses. 
3. A cop noticed the shooter being very suspicious, and at least one cop followed him into the club.  When things heated up, the cop(s) quickly exited the club, and waited for backup.
4. As they waited for backup, believe it or not, people (I would assume on the instructions of the cops) decided to barricade the exits to prevent the whacko from escaping the club and any accomplices he may have had.
5. They had plenty of time to deal with.  In fact, the shooter had time to make several calls.  At no point did it occur to the moron cops to cut the power, and the lights to the club.  One would assume that a SWAT team would have night vision goggles, flashlights, gas canisters, etc.
6.  The massacre took place 30 minutes after the incident began.  Shots were ringing out all over the place.  There was never an accounting done of how many victims were shot by the police.   Certainly they had to be.. if not at least by ricochet.
7.  While the 103 people were being shot, many multiple times, the gunman had time to reload!

It turns my stomach to watch reports of this event a year later, and they portray this as an attack on gays, and that the police acted heroically.
It was an attack upon Mexicans by a whacko gay muslim who was married and in the closet who had a radical muslim father.  The motive was to kill as many Mexicans as he could, because the shooter's boyfriend was Mexican.  The police could not have acted more cowardly nor incompetently if they tried. 

Oh.. one last thing... Not long after that day of massacre.. the ultra muslim father of the shooter was invited by members of the DNC to attend a rally, hundreds of miles away, of (wait for it.. drumroll) SLIPPERY HILLARY CLINTON!  He was photographed standing in the same frame with this bitch and smiling ear-to-ear.  Hillary was their to try and get votes from the LGBTQ and Mexican community.  She blamed the whole thing on guns of course.  The shooter had visited his father just 1 hour before going to the club.. and most likely assisted in acquiring the weapons.  The man's wife is currently being investigated for HER role in the event.  She may be charged as well. 
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« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2017, 06:35:15 pm »

Actually, the police did screw up royally here.  Several family members in law enforce.  New SOP for active shooter/mass casualty situations is not to wait and establish perimeter.  Post-Columbine the SOP is to immediately charge in, neutralize the threat, and secure the scene for EMS.  None of that occurred here.  The police held back waited for SWAT, tried to negotiate.  None of this is SOP.
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« Reply #2 on: June 16, 2017, 07:26:45 pm »

Actually, the police did screw up royally here.  Several family members in law enforce.  New SOP for active shooter/mass casualty situations is not to wait and establish perimeter.  Post-Columbine the SOP is to immediately charge in, neutralize the threat, and secure the scene for EMS.  None of that occurred here.  The police held back waited for SWAT, tried to negotiate.  None of this is SOP.

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I would add one thing though.. this situation didn't blow up into a mass casualty situation until well AFTER the SWAT team arrived.  Had the cop done his job to begin with, this massacre would have been avoided.   I would also add that not one of the police suffered a significant injury.  103 people injured, 50 of them killed.  I wouldn't be surprised if over 1000 rounds of ammunition were bouncing off the walls in there, and yet not one significant injury to a cop?  I cannot believe that any of the cops put themselves in any great danger.  Should a cop put themselves in danger?  Well.. YES!  That is what they are PAID for.  If my job is to clean a restroom or be a plumber, my job would include dealing with human feces.  If my job is to fight a war, I have to fight that war and not hide in an underground bunker. 
Last year, a cop chased a car with young girls in it at very high speeds.  That is mistake #1.  They should have kept their distance and waited for other patrol cars to intercept them.  Instead, they went chasing them like an episode of "The Dukes Of Hazzard" putting pedestrians and other cards at risk.  The 3 girls - perhaps only the one driving was a criminal - wound up driving into a retention pond.  The car started to sink.  20 officers surrounded the retention pond and not one of them went in to attempt any rescue.. not even the cops that were hired as trained divers.  It was night time, and they were afraid their might be snakes in the retention pond.  All 3 girls drowned.   The criminal sheriff defended the cops actions (and got re-elected on Nov 8, 2016). 
Being a cop is one of the most difficult jobs there is.. and sadly.. there are very few cops who do their job competently.  If I call a cop.. I expect Joe Friday and Frank Gannon to show up.. not Barney Fife or the cast of Reno 911. 
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