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Article posted May 29 2014, 7:10 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: The Free Thought Project Print

Cop Shoots at Teen Couple After Finding them Kissing in a Car

by Matt Agorist

A Tusla Public Schools Police Officer is on paid vacation after he fired his pistol at two teens he found “messing around.”

It happened over the weekend at Eliot Elementary School in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The overzealous cop apparently felt that his life was in danger when he confronted the lip-locked couple.

According to Fox 23 it started with a confrontation.
"Two young people probably doing something that they shouldn't have been doing in the parking lot," TPS official Chris Payne said.

Payne said their officer went to the car and started asking questions, but the driver didn't want to answer.

"[He] tried to get away in the car, and apparently [the officer] shot at the vehicle.”
Seems legit.

Detectives found the 17 year old boy who said all he wanted to do was leave, so he did.

When the officer saw the car driving away from him he “felt threatened” and fired a shot at the fleeing vehicle, hitting it in the back left tire.

Granted, the kids were on school property after hours, but who in their right mind would find an unarmed teen couple ”threatening” enough to shoot at them?

Luckily neither of the two teens were injured, or worse, murdered, by this reckless moron.

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Posted: May 29 2014, 11:53 AM

75145 If the kids committed a violation and did not follow officer's commands, the standard procedure is to use escalating force and any means necessary in order to enforce the law. Yes, killing the suspect for the tiniest violation is fully justified, if the suspect does not follow officers' commands, not to mention if he tries to escape; there's no threshold of the violation below which the officer should just let the suspect go, it's simply not an option. The most obvious incident of this nature was in LA, see, when the officer pulled several kids for jaywalking, and one of them took off and ran. The officer could not catch up so he shot him, and once he reached him, he finished him off with several more shots. Of course, it was found fully justified.
Golden Dawn

Posted: May 29 2014, 6:07 PM

17444 Again another reason why police officers are criminals and totally useless. The officer was probably jealous because he was not getting any as the driver of the vehicle apparently was.

Posted: May 30 2014, 1:10 AM

68107 will get worse.
Charles Lance

Posted: May 30 2014, 1:44 AM

6935 "Anonymous
Posted: May 29 2014, 11:53 AM"

Are you serious? Or does the lack of inflection on your text not convey your sarcasm?

Posted: May 30 2014, 4:45 PM

6645 Why, he coulda been one of them there chil' mo-lesters!
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