Albuquerque police officer shot by fellow officer during drug bust

Posted: January 11, 2015 by gamegetterII in Police state USSA
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That’s what happens when the local police have all kinds of tacticool shit and no effin clue how to use it. There’s a huge lack of training for SWAT teams all over the USA-that’s why they do dumb assed shit like raid the wrong house,shoot a 5# dog because it was “acting aggressive” towards them,or shoot-often killing- innocent people in their own homes-innocent people who have committed no crime.

They get shot,the stormtroopers kill their Labradoodle,or toy poodle,or mini schnauzer, because it was being so mean to them that they were in fear for their life.

We need to ban these special snowflake SWAT teams,and these stormtroopers need to be held accountable when they raid the wrong home,shoot innocent people at said wrong home,and when they kill the family dog at the wrong home. When they shoot each other-who cares-one less stormtrooper to shoot your wife,your kid,and your dog,kick in your door,break windows to toss flashbangs in the hole where the glass used to be, toss a flashbang into the baby’s crib,break doors all through your home,ruin your carpeting,and tear all your belongings up and toss them all over the floors.

And cops wonder why so many people despise them??????

Here’s what the guys with the tacticool gear and no clue how to use it did this time…

“ALBUQUERQUE (Reuters) – An Albuquerque police officer shot and critically wounded a fellow officer during an undercover narcotics bust at a fast food franchise parking lot at around mid-day on Friday, police said.

Police would not release additional details of the shooting or of the nature of the officer’s injuries.

“Both officers involved were working in a plain clothes, undercover capacity and have been with the department for many years,” said Albuquerque Police Department spokeswoman Celina Espinoza said, adding that two suspects were arrested.

The incident comes after a federal investigation concluded the police department in the mid-sized U.S. city in New Mexico used excessive, even deadly, force against passive civilians.

In October of last year, Albuquerque and the U.S. Justice Department announced an agreement for the city’s police department to undergo reform and be monitored for use of excessive force.

Another police officer was shot during a traffic stop on Jan. 3. On Dec. 15, an Albuquerque police officer accidentally shot a bystander when his weapon discharged as he climbed through a window during a burglary investigation.

The officer in Friday’s underwent surgery at University of New Mexico Hospital, Espinoza said. A second undercover officer was treated and released from the hospital with minor injuries. She said she did not know the cause of the injuries.

Wallace Anderson, who was inside the restaurant at the time of the shooting, told broadcaster KOB 4 he saw two unmarked cars pull up.

“They surrounded this vehicle so it couldn’t back up and escape. At that point, the shots happened and a guy was dragged to the pavement,” Anderson said.”

  1. agent provocateur says:

    Reblogged this on Nevada State Personnel Watch.


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