Georgia Deputy Who Upheld Constitution in Viral Video Passes AwayPINAC
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One of our favorite law enforcement officers -- perhaps our all-time favorite officer -- passed away today, saddening those in the law enforcement community as well as those of us in the PINAC community.
Lieutenant Robert Guthrie of the Lowndes County Sheriff's Office in Southern Georgia suffered a stroke as a result of his long-term battle with high blood pressure.
He was airlifted to a Jacsksonville hospital on Friday and was placed on life support, but it did not look good for him as he had already been pronounced braindead.
On Sunday, he was officially pronounced dead.