I'm sure he's own his way to the Bunker now with his team of White House Photographers and Photo Shoppers right now. The photo should be released in a day our two with the Little Boy in his arms and an AR strapped to his back. “Rambama” and his people will say “Amen”.
Just thought of this. Why isn't this rescue getting the same about of air time as, oh, say a shooting massacre? Doing so could do a lot of good like instilling a bigger faith in our local PD's and SO's.... Oh well. If the bad guy was shot, what caliber and type of gun was he shot with?
My deal is, they go about telling us in these tragedies "what kind of gun", how many rounds fired, how many injured, how many dead.... and then put that on a loop every 15 minutes for a week or better.
I want to know, did swat take this a-hole out? What special tactics did they use? Which cop was the trigger man? What diversion did they use? Why don't we get the same details?
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