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‘Died a hero’: Alabama police officer dies after being shot in the line of duty

UPDATE: The Sheffield Police Department said Sgt. Nick Risner, one of two officers shot in the line of duty on Friday, died from his injuries at a Huntsville hospital Saturday morning. Risner had been on the force for eight years.

“Sgt. Risner performed a heroic act by protecting the Shoal’s Community from the shooter from entering the Walmart parking lot,” Sheffield Police Chief Ricky Terry said. “Sgt. Risner died a hero, and his legacy and memory will be with Sheffield Police Department and the Sheffield Community forever.”

The chief added, “The justice system failed not only Sgt. Nick Risner, but his family and everyone who has been affected by his passing. This incident should have never happened because a coward who should still be in prison was walking the streets.”

Brian Lansing Martin, the 41-year-old man accused of shooting Risner, was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2013. Martin was released in 2016 after serving only three years.

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Bodycam Footage Of Intense Police Shootout That Injured Greenfield Officer

Disappointed by the reaction of the partner officer…..

ILLINOIS STATE POLICE MOURN THE LOSS OFTROOPER GERALD MASONCHICAGO, IL – Illinois State Police (ISP) Director Brendan F. Kelly regretfully announces the death investigation of ISP District Chicago Trooper Gerald Mason.This afternoon, October 1, 2021, at approximately 1:42 p.m., Trooper Gerald Mason #6218 was found in his squad car on Interstate 94 northbound in the local lanes at 43rd Street with a single gunshot wound. Citizens, Chicago Police Department (CPD) Officers, and Illinois State Police Troopers arrived on scene. CPD transported Trooper Mason to a local hospital with serious, life-threatening injuries. At approximately 2:16 p.m., Trooper Mason succumbed to his injuries.

“It is with profound heartache and unfathomable sadness that we inform you of the death of Trooper Gerald Mason. Trooper Mason was one of the many fearless Troopers assigned to ISP District Chicago. We are asking the public to respectfully give consideration to the family of Trooper Mason and the whole ISP family while we continue to grieve and work through this tragedy,” stated Director Brendan Kelly.Trooper Mason was 35 years old and a 11 year veteran of the Illinois State Police. Additional information will be released once it becomes available.

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...and these leftwing mental midgets are suprised by this….smh

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That’s because NYC needs to put more cops at the Precinct entrances to greet people……smh

Last night in Sunset Park Brooklyn, TL-114 had to do what they had to do to save lives. Multiple children were rescued. The outdoor dining makes setting the trucks up even more challenging.

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