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jerrytrini
06-26-2006, 09:11
A sister officer had been shot in downtown L.A. Her condition is critical and looks like she will be paralyzed. I ask of you to keep her in your thoughts and prayers.

Thank You

jasonub
06-26-2006, 18:10
thats bad news. Hope and pray she gets well

isuzu
06-26-2006, 18:32
My family will be praying for her, JT.

sundancekid
06-26-2006, 22:29
our prayers are with her....

blueeagle
06-27-2006, 01:27
will include her in our prayers!

nrmcolt
06-27-2006, 01:43
That is sad news, do you have the details of the shooting?
Will pray for her.

astig007
06-27-2006, 03:01
will include her condition and quick recovery in our midweek service :)

jerrytrini
06-27-2006, 14:32
She was running after a robbery suspect who shot her with a .22LR.


Such a small caliber but it can do a lot of pain.

isuzu
06-27-2006, 17:33
They say that the .22lr is a mousegun, but it was the caliber that nearly ended Ronald Reagan's life when an assassin tried his luck on Reagan.

vega
06-28-2006, 00:06
I'm sorry to hear about the officer. I pray that the doctors are wrong in their analysis and she recovers fully well. Where was she hit?

magsasaka
06-28-2006, 07:17
my prayers for her quick recovery

jerrytrini
06-28-2006, 08:07
The BG drew the "Mousegun" from his front waistband, during the scuffle, he fired a shot hitting her on the side torso then the bullet travelled throughout her body.

isuzu
06-28-2006, 21:57
JT,

I recalled an incident where a .22lr was used. It happened months before we left the Philippines in 2004. My friend's wife's lending firm in Bacolod was held up by five men. My friend's brother-in-law drew a Beretta 22lr pistol loaded with CCI Stingers. He didn't have any extensive firearms training that he only shot the BG once in the chest. The BG was able to fire his 1911 and hit one of the lending firm's employee who was permanently disabled. He then spun like crazy and was incapacitated. The other BGs ran away.

The BG died in an hour later in the hospital.