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    Officer killed escorting inmate to hospital

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/19418886/

    Updated: 4:01 p.m. PT June 25, 2007
    SALT LAKE CITY - Authorities said a prison inmate out for a medical appointment wrested a gun from a corrections officer and killed him Monday, then led police on a high-speed chase in a stolen sport utility vehicle before his capture at a fast-food restaurant.

    Once again the criminal whose rights cannot be denied kills someone who doesn't have as many rights as him.

    Medical appointments should be more like "You have a headache? Here's a Motrin. You ripped your arm off in the weight room? Here's a Motrin."

    Put em in a 6x16 cell and leave em there till their sentance is up. Give em their food in the cell, have a shower and toilet in the cell.

    Maybe when they get out they won't ever want to go back and will be "rehabilitated" instead of educated by the criminal justice system.
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    Heres How to cut the murder rate

    They should build a gallows right smack dab in the middle of prison yards. Hang the bastards and make sure all the inmates get to watch him swing.

    Then leave him there for a day swinging in the breeze so maybe they can get a whiff of his dead ass.

    Guard probably left a wife and kids to I bet......... What about their rights to have a father and husband that comes home.

    I like the let'em rot in their cell idea you had there 13.........

    How the hell did he wrestle the gun away, they should be shackled and led by 2 guards one with a cattle prod. Zap him if he even blinks or looks crooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roscoe View Post

    How the hell did he wrestle the gun away, they should be shackled and led by 2 guards one with a cattle prod. Zap him if he even blinks or looks crooked.
    Thats what I ask....How did it happen? Prisoners are learning too much in prison. They are learning to be more effective criminals, learning to be more violent, learning how to work the system or escape. The only thing they SHOULD be learning is that they don't want to go back.
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    This crap happens all the time

    This happened a couple miles from us. Turd was taken to the hospital, wrestled the gun away.

    KILLED: Officer Brian S. Gregg, Newtown Borough Police, Bucks County, EOW Sept. 29, 2005 - Officer Brian S. Gregg was killed in the line of duty as a result of a gunshot wound during an incident inside St. Mary Medical Center on September 29, 2005. Officer Gregg joined the Newtown Borough Police Department on July 8, 2003 and was promoted to a fulltime position on October 1, 2004. Officer Gregg is survived by his wife Kellann and his 5 year old son Kyle.
    Also shot during the incident was Officer James Warunek of the Newtown Borough Police Department. Officer Warunek joined the Newtown Borough Police Department on January 14, 2003, and was promoted to a fulltime position on October 1, 2004. He is listed in good condition at St Mary Medical Center. An emergency room technician was also shot during the incident and is listed in good condition. The suspect was apprehended and charged with one count of murder and two counts of attempted murder.

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