No, I will call 911 and wait.
And the body cam, if it exists or can be found will be released in about a week after being poured over by police lawyers redacting any incriminating evidence of officer wrong doing. Other wise it would already be out there. No credibility, chief.
Man, are you one of carriers who sees murderer around every corner?
Yes. I call 911 if somebody bangs on the door. I also verbally announce that I have called 911 and I still do not open the door. The people on the other side don’t see my firearm in my hands, I don’t give them reason to shoot.
The simple information if any LEO has been dispatched or not gives me full picture of the situation.
Do I need to wait for another 11 minutes? Depends on the 911 dispatcher answer.
The point is to not open the door with handgun without not knowing anything.
Just know the procedure first before you start accusations…
And, yet, another ignorant response.
And ,still, another ignorant response-- PLEASE-- stop digging–
Perhaps you, sir should start digging… for better information and get more knowledge before posting your conspiracies…
And still you can’t stop. Practice what you preach.
- I can
- I will
- What is so funny about it that you had to add 10 faces?
I didn’t realize the police broke into the man’s house in this incident
That changes things
Nice out of context response I’ll give you an 8 for that one.
Out if context was my point
I want one of those. If it’s the Springfield Armory Hellion. Interesting firearm.
“Knock, knock, knock”
“Whose is it?”
“You’ve won a Staccato, please open the door”.
Doors coming open, don’t give a damn if it’s cops or thugs, I’m getting that Staccato…
The New Mexico state police are investigating police officers of the Farmington Police Department after they fatally shot a man when they showed up to the wrong house, the department said Thursday.
According to the state police statement on Facebook, three officers, who were not identified to the public, received a call for a domestic violence incident on Wednesday night in Farmington, a city in rural northwestern New Mexico. But on arrival, the officers “mistakenly approached” the house across the street. As they were verifying the address, the homeowner Robert Dotson, 52, arrived at the door with a handgun, but did not shoot. “At this point in the encounter, officer(s) fired at least one round from their duty weapon(s) striking Mr. Dotson,” the statement read. Dotson was later pronounced dead at the scene by medical investigators, police said.
It’s incidents like these that led me to put a very clearly visible, reflective house number on a post at the end of our driveway. We also have another large house number on a post by the door. The sheriff is going to have a very hard time proving it wasn’t their own negligence if they mistakenly show up at our door.
Just hope they are patient enough to wait for me to call 911 and confirm they are real LEOs before they stop nocking and start trying to break in!
I saw that case last weak. Sounds like it is going to cost the DOD and other involved agencies a lot of money for the pain, suffering and mental anguish caused by their wrongful detention. Especially since the military is supposed to have very limited authority to detain US citizens on US soil.