:cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: GOD BLESS HIM AND ALL FALLEN OFFICERS. :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:Originally Posted by V1 Dave
Yeah, my uncle is(was had to retire) a NYST, and let me tell you something it is a dangerous line of work.Originally Posted by davekr
I really think all LEO's (Police-local-, Sheriff-county-,Trooper-State-) are truely heros of our country(we always hear about soldiers...and they are(heros) too), but LEO's also put their lives on the line everyday, some people forget that.
Unfortunately, it is easy to see why.Originally Posted by AirMoore
Yes it is. And I know that none of you can realize what its' like to be on the "law enforcement" side. I will be the first one to ***** and complain about cops giving out tickets etc, however, I become teary eyed when I think of the fear that officer must have felt when he was gunned down. Working for parole for the last 8 years, I have had a two incidents that will forever stick in my mind. There is no way to describe to someone the feeling of thinking this may be it for me and GOD what about my kids? :cry:Originally Posted by SmaartAasSaabr
Lost another one Saturday now it is six in five months, pull over a drunk driver and get hit by another drunk driver. :roll:
This officer was not even on duty but taking the LEO bike home.