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  1. Showing the picture of the handgun was such a shitty move on their part. Totally unnecessary. It only feeds the narrative that the police do whatever they can to place blame elsewhere and try to show that the victim wasn’t innocent.
  2. Apparently he hasn’t been cooperating with the investigation.
  3. Fort Worth Officer Charged With Murder After Shooting That Killed Atatiana Jefferson The Fort Worth police officer who shot and killed Atatiana Jefferson early Saturday morning has been charged with murder, Tarrant County records show. Officer Aaron Dean resigned Monday morning, shortly before he was to be fired, Fort Worth police interim Chief Ed Kraus said Monday. Kraus said before Dean resigned he'd planned to fire the officer for violations of use of force, deescalation protocols and unprofessional conduct. Kraus said the officer had already been stripped of his badge and firearm when he was issued an administrative warning Sunday. https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Fort-Worth-Officer-Resigns-After-Fatal-Shooting-That-Killed-Atatiana-Jefferson-563075211.html
  4. It generally depends on if it is a wellness check or a welfare check. Wellness checks typically involve some sort of suspected medical issue, whereas a welfare check is generally used when someone's safety is in question. During my time at MedStar(Fort Worth's EMS provider), we would usually go out on Wellness checks(generally dispatched as an "Unknown Medical") and stage for PD if there were any safety concerns. EMS would not be dispatched unless there was a suspected medical need. MedStar also "patrols" sections of the city and will post up at strategic locations based on call demand and level(number of available ambulances). Basically, the busier it is, the more central the available ambulances will be posted. As more ambulances become available, they will post them further out to cover more areas. Little bit of a tangent, here is a site that discuss high performance EMS systems and System Status Management http://www.highperformanceems.com/tag/system-status-management/#gref In regards to the officer already having a new gig lined up, there is no way another department would go near him this quickly. It's possible he was in the process with another department, but if any offers have been made I can almost guarantee that they have been rescinded.
  5. https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/27839531/texas-tech-ad-big-12-admits-blown-call-loss
  6. I understand that you will not discuss whether or not they made the correct call. Is that a call that can be reviewed?
  7. Firing through a window, a white Fort Worth officer fatally shot a black woman inside her home early Saturday after police were called to the house because its doors were open, according to police and the neighbor who summoned them. Atatiana Jefferson, 28, died in a bedroom, according to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office. https://www.star-telegram.com/news/local/fort-worth/article236067328.html
  8. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/10/12/fort-worth-police-officer-kills-woman-inside-home/3964079002/ No longer safe in your own home.
  9. Agree. @Zebra Frog What are your thoughts on this?
  10. Based on the way the tech d played on those last couple of drives, I’d have gone for 2.
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