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/k/anteen Mk 5, critical psy-emission edition Strelok 07/26/2021 (Mon) 17:07:03 No.17549
Welcome to /k/anteen, this thread is a catch-all for general discussion that our brothers either do not believe needs its own thread, or isn't particularly relevant to the board topics at hand. Rule 1 is more stringently enforced here by the preachers. >why new thread Old thread bumplocked >>16158 https://www.fox4news.com/news/gunman-in-deadly-fort-worth-shooting-stoned-to-death https://archive.is/8wVkm >FORT WORTH, Texas - A group of people in Fort Worth stoned a gunman to death after a shooting killed one and injured two others. >Just before 1 a.m. Monday, investigators say the man started firing at a crowd in Fort Worth's Como neighborhood on the southwest side near Bryant Irvin Road and the Chisholm Trail Parkway. >One person died in the shooting and two others were hurt, but are expected to survive. >The crowd then started throwing gardening stones and killed the gunman. >It's not clear what exactly led up to the shooting. Police have only said it started with some kind of disturbance. >Police also say the people involved all knew each other. At this point no names have been released of those involved in the incident. Another source is claiming bricks were used. Como is a predominately black neigborhood so you know what that means. >be dindu nutin jamal >angry cause your crack whore gf got a train run by tyrone and co. >what did you say nigga? >grabs a gun and shoots tyrone and gf >gets pelted to death by bricks/stones. The absolute state.... WE WUZ CAVEMEN AND SHEET Яр, а Яр! А подивись но, що у мене є! Hey come on! Yesterday joke not funny today!
>>18944 >Went to pull the tape to post online since he has a door cam, and the last several hours of footage were missing. I've always been puzzled by this, it's not a magnetic measure because even solid state drives get wiped but also not entirely, it's somewhat selective in its deleting. Wonder if it is a WiFi controller because i don't recall if old, wired CCTV's get the same effects. >pull the tape You mean digital file? because if it is tape then it's a magnetic thing, spooks can bust clocks and compasses, also have some sort of watch that warns about recording dispositives nearby, you can even buy that thing.
>>18861 >Unconfirmed reports state 3.6 rotagen reading outside the plant. Not great, Not terrible.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-58451372 https://archive.is/dq7II Looks like the ruling party in Montengreo tried to take church property and is now reeing at the church. lol. Where's our serb strelok when we need him. T>housands of demonstrators have blocked roads in southern Montenegro in a protest over the enthronement of a new Serbian Orthodox Church archbishop. >Angry crowds threw stones at police and pulled down security fences around the monastery in the city of Cetinje where the ceremony will take place on Sunday. >Demonstrators shouted "This is not Serbia!" and "Long live Montenegro!" >The protests reflect tensions in the country, which ended its union with Serbia in 2006. >The Serbian Orthodox Church is Montenegro's largest religious institution, but has been in conflict with President Milo Djukanovic. He claims the Church is trying to undermine the country's independence and bring Montenegro back under Serbia's control. >The president has urged protesters to disrupt the ceremony of the enthronement of Joanikije II to the top clerical position, known as the Metropolitan of Montenegro and Archbishop of Cetinje. >"We're on the barricades today because we're fed up with Belgrade denying our nation, and telling us what are our religious rights," protestor Andjela Ivanovic told Reuters news agency. "All religious objects [churches] built in Montenegro belong to people here and to the state of Montenegro." >The president is still reeling from the defeat his Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) suffered in last year's parliamentary election, which came after he pushed through legislation which would have allowed the state to claim Church property. >The move backfired when the Church campaigned for the opposition, pushing the DPS from power for the first time in three decades. >Montenegrins who identify as ethnic Serbs account for about a third of the country's 630,000 population, according to the latest census data. The majority of Montenegrins are members of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
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https://archive.is/kRt1Q >The #DraftourDaughters shitposts from 2016 are becoming real There is no chance whatsoever this will backfire in the event of a large-scale symmetric military conflict, none at all.
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>>18957 More like he tried to pull the video from his Ring Doorbell app on his iPad and was surprised Amazon deleted it for their glow buddies. If you use any smart devices, you're a retard. There are more advanced methods they could use to interfere with electronic devices, but if you're not using WiFi connections, have battery backup, and not uploading to 'someone-elses-server, the level of technical involvement increases significantly. This is opposed to smart devices which were designed from conception to botnet. Cameras using WiFi can have data disrupted by WiFi jamming. I don't know about the other stuff you mentioned, but you make them sound like they also have the natural ability to generated magnetic fields in addition to bioluminescence.
>>18995 >video related In a large scale symmetric conflict the women are most likely Excluding the rare oddball are just going to dodge draft like vietnam but with no drawbacks. Hell, fucking Elizabeth Holmes (the biotech scammer CEO woman) got the judge to strike out people who were unvaccinated >>18997 >wifi devices jamming It's pretty simple but really fucking obvious since you need a directional antenna and actually SPOT the camera. Also have fun when the local ham radio boyz get angry that some chucklefuck is interfering with their signal and try to track you down. Hope you prepared your ass for anal reaming by the FCC. >>18957 >missing footage backdoors, power outages, wifi jamming come to mind alongside plain incompetience (eg: "ran out of disk space"). There's also the chance if its a wired system someone just ran a high voltage line right next to it to cause interference.
>>18998 From a purely hypothetical standpoint how much annoyance could a guy with 10 COTS drones equipped with the niggest DIY spark gap transmitters possible flying autonomously in preset patterns cause in an Urban Minecraft server with no overly tall high rise buildings?
>>18997 >If you use any smart devices, you're a retard. At least any smart devices that you aren't building yourself from the ground up.
So did anything actually come from the trucker protests in America and Australia, or is it all a bunch of hot air? I haven't noticed any shortages that I hadn't noticed before they were supposed to start, and truckers are not a group I expect to voluntarily take no pay given their usual ethnicity & personality.
>>19001 >trucker strike In the US I've heard some reports from people in the food industry there's going to be major shortage of frozen food in about a week. To be fair, they probably just hired illegals as scabs.
>>19002 >To be fair, they probably just hired illegals as scabs. There's probably a couple of those in Arizona or California, but CDLs are taken very seriously out West since CDL drivers are basically the only way to deliver supplies due to all the limitations and restrictions on the few rivers we do got and the trains being used exclusively by the construction/agriculture industries and feds. Hiring illegals to drive trucks is a quick way to get your business shut down by the state even if the feds turn a blind eye (most truckers are not solo operators but rather work for a dispatch company).
>>19002 Haven't heard anything like that happening, but I wouldn't be surprised if it did. The unemployment and renter benefits ending soon are a bigger threat in my opinion. There are plenty of jobs available but who knows what'll happen.
>>19001 >>19002 >>19008 All of Sydney's major roads have been blockaded but not a word from our newspapers. Every truckie who announced the blockade two weeks ago has had their accounts removed from social media, effectively dissapeared. Media blackout normal, account deletion was illegal until the 3rd, when (((emergency measures))) were implemented. Cuntry is fucked well and rightly.
There was a coup in Guinea and their leader looks like he came straight from a videogame. Apparently, it was mostly the special forces that just crumpled the palace guard and regular troops in a surprise attack. They're saying they did it because the old president was a power-grabbing cunt that tried to make himself dictator. https://archive.ph/z6X07 https://archive.is/pQBaU
>>19016 >"former" French Legionnaire Smells like glow ops
>>19016 >They're saying they did it because the old president was a power-grabbing cunt that tried to make himself dictator. within a year he'll be ousted for being a power-grabbing cunt that tried to make himself dictator. this has been the cycle of Africa since it was decolonized and it will continue to be so until the sun explodes or the white man decides to go for round 2, whichever comes first.
>>19017 French Foreign Legion is infamous for training these sorts. There is a reason they are hated as much as they are loved. They do the job without complaining about losses (which are usually heavy), and they don't screen their recruits (past checking if wanted internationally) for a reason. If he's former FFL, then you can expect him to have a morally upright compass attached to a very large and heavy beating stick.
https://archive.is/BCYEz China is on the offensive over the Guinea coup since Guinea exports a lot of raw aluminum materials for China. Considering China has stayed "neutral" when neutral parties have taken over countries in the past via violent means, this points to a direct Chinese link in all of this. My guess is either a GlowOp to install a French-friendly dictator as a means of fucking China, or that the rebels are anti-bug.
>>19020 >French-Chinese proxy war in Africa Will it habben?
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Went ahead and did a little more investigation into the Guinea bauxite connection. https://archive.is/0RSyM https://archive.is/9fk8V tl;dr- >Aluminum prices were already at a ten year high and had climbed 40% since last year >Guinea provides 55% of China's bauxite (aluminum precursor) and 20% of the world supply of bauxite >The Guinea rebels are anti-Chinese from what I can gather >There was a global supply concern over aluminum before this >China had just made a pledge to release aluminum from the state vaults for processing when this occured >There is a production issue as well because Chink aluminum mills can't keep up with world demand >Exacerbated by coal shortages and flooding leading to factory power rationing If Strelok owns stocks, he might want to invest in Aluminum here for some short-term gains.
>>19016 The new Far Cry is looking good.
>>19017 >>19018 I remember watching an old ass documentary about men who went into the foreign legion and it's fucking wild. They would recruit outlaws, mercenaries, refugees or even people just trying to apply for a French visa, force them to study mock exams that confirm their French nationality, oftentimes giving them stereotypically French surnames and places of birth and then ship them off to French Guyana in South America to get fucked by tropical diseases and boot camp until they're fit enough to serve.
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>>19039 I mean that's one of the benefits of being accepted into the FFL is that they literally give you a new identity and new life as a French citizen post-service, and during service they hold onto any documents you bring with. It's part of why France is so strict about the ''foreign" part. I've considered going and applying myself when I hit my 30s. The catch is that only 1 in 8 guys will make it in, and some of that is sheer luck. That's official stats but from what I understand it's more like 1 in 20. They more or less go over every aspect of your former military experience a requirement if you aren't from Africa or Eastern Europe, personality, personal injuries, etc. They discriminate based on age (they like guys in late 20s/early 30s), sex (males-only), and criminal history. Certain types of violent crime and "smart" crime like tax evasion are seen as good criteria to have while usually the first question out of their mouth will be "why the fuck are you here?" if you have no criminal record. The only three crimes (outside of international crimes) that are red flags are rape, murder, and drug trafficking. If you meet all qualifications but aren't lucky, they'll tell you to try again in a few years. If they decide you won't make the cut during this extensive interrogation (that sometimes takes place through the course of your PT over several weeks), then they give you a paper more or less saying "don't try to come back under a different identity." They keep picture records on file for I think 5 years, so anon really only has two shots to get in. The FFL more or less acts as a policing unit in South America and North Africa that tends to have very high casualty rates due to being sent on the most reckless missions. Go figure since they aren't French nationals (yet). They get deployed elsewhere, but the French military doesn't like them being deployed to "French" and NATO skirmishes since that implies the regular military aren't doing their job. I did a little reading just now out of curiosity and apparently you now need a "certificate of good behavior" to acquire French citizenship as of 2010 or so. That was never the case in the past, and is entirely reliant on your commanding officer granting it. Apparently the FFL has been seeing a rapid decline in applicants because of Chink Flu and that stupid certificate, since the officers use it like a whip against melanin-enriched legionnaires.
Archive service is down so just the raw article: https://minnesotareformer.com/2021/09/01/jaleel-stallings-shot-at-the-mpd-a-jury-acquitted-him-of-wrongdoing/ >Governor releases a statement that there are "white supremacists" out and about in Minneapolis >MPD takes an unmarked van, with police lights turned off, black vests covering their police uniforms, and orange-tipped 40mm cannons painted black so they look like actual guns >Spend the night taking pot shots at groups not doing anything >Especially if they flee after being shot at >Roll up on a gas station and take pot shots at the owner, random customers, a news reporter Vice blogger, and a handful of rooftop Koreans >Someone at the gas station runs into a nearby parking garage and shouts "they're shooting at us!" >Gets interpreted as "white supremacists are shooting at us" >Unmarked white vehicle with lights off rolls around the corner with the side doors open >Black Guy sees unmarked guys in black vests firing at him >Feels a terrible pain in his center-of-mass similar to when he got shot in his youth >Takes a few shots back at the vehicle >Hears "shots fired!" realizes what happened and drops his gun/gets on the ground >Lays motionless on the ground for over twenty seconds, disarmed with his hands above his head >Cops proceed to beat him to the point they had to take him to the hospital >Police commander tells all units to turn off their body cams >Officers lied about shooting at the gun owner >Officers lied that the guy tried to run >Used the excuse that SWAT never used live ammunition in order to allow a group reviewing of the footage (illegal) >Couldn't even corroborate a proper story after reviewing the footage >Tried to throw eight or nine different charges including multiple cases of attempted homicide at the black >Judge AND Jury threw out the officer testimony because it was so full of shit and acwuitt >MPD saying a ballot initiative to end the police force and replace it with a community-led force instead of the city/mayor-led force is "too harsh" and will result in "more violent encounters between police and civilians" This is the point we're at in America. It's not about white or black (albeit being a nigger doesn't help your survival odds), the police are pieces of shit regardless. Any police force where power is centralized from the top down will inevitably end up a gang of violent thugs much like the MPD. I want this story to sink in because the enforcers acting like niggers will always be a larger concern than the nogs themselves in any scenario. This isn't a one-off story. This is systematically how police forces work when instructed by their handlers. Police have more legal privileges protecting them if they decide today is a good day to murder your entire family than soldiers have on an active battlefield, and have a tenth of the accountability a soldier has if they go through with it. Make no mistake, the police are not your friends. They are either there for a paycheck or for the power over others conferred by being an officer. There is a reason that spouses of police officers are guaranteed to experience domestic violence in their lifetime. There is a reason that even conservative whites are getting fed up with the police. If you read the transcripts, there is no way to justify this all as a random act of niggery. It was premeditated by the police, violence was intentionally incited by the police that evening, and when a mistake was made the reaction was to become violent over not being allowed to kill a man, and then collectively come up with a lie to justify the beating. If EMS had happened to be on the scene a little earlier, I imagine they would have drugged the gun owner to falsify evidence. This is the working culture of the police.
>>19043 Always wanted to join, should i start a life of crime to increase my chances?
>>19047 >Start a life of crime No. Like any military, even if they "prefer" a criminal record, their enlistment process dings you for having a criminal record in the paperwork, and getting in has a certain luck-based element to it that's not worth having a record following you around. It's just if you do have one, that counts in your favor when they are going over personal considerations between two or three candidates after all the official paperwork has been processed.
>>19046 Everything in you post just reconfirms my suspicions that BLM is nothing more than a psi-ops designed to distract US citizens from coming together and calling out the police and holding them accountable for their bullshit. If so then it's worked well so far with the whole "Blue Lives Matter" counter protests.
>>19050 I don't think BLM is a psi-op. There's evidence that BLM was just an international money laundering scheme for the Democrats because they have not been able to properly secure non-donor funds since 2014, and they were using race relations as a talking point to get elected. If it was a psy-op they would have shut it down instead of distancing themselves when blacks started naming the Jew.
What will happen with education in Chicomland now that the party started a crusade against all forms of private education? Apparently they even banned tutors from meeting with students in their homes, and now rich chinks started to hire live-in tutors.
>>19054 >tutors They banned "professional" tutoring companies. Not private tutors. Its supposedly to combat the induced "workaholic" make up courses. Basically meaning your standard run of the mill late goverment and overcorrection. You can still get paid but you can't pull up tutoring adverts now.
https://www.foxnews.com/us/armed-robber-shot-face-armed-victim-texas https://archive.is/Uv1gV >be dindu >try to hold up some mother fucker >get blasted in the face cause permitless carry >no charges The absolute state of Houston. >An armed robber was shot in the face in Texas when his victim pulled out his own gun and shot at him, just days after a Texas law went into effect allowing residents to carry handguns without permits. >"He was shot in the face one time. He’s at the hospital. He’s going to live. He’s conscious and breathing right now," Houston Police Department Lieutenant R. Willkens said. >The incident unfolded Wednesday evening in Houston when the victim was walking to a local Shell gas station to make a few purchases, SBG San Antonio reported. >The suspect in the case was dropped off around the same time, and approached the victim by lifting his shirt to expose a gun and demanded he fork over any valuables. >The victim, however, was also armed and pulled out his weapon and shot the suspect in the face. The suspect is in the hospital and in police custody. >Additionally, no charges are expected to be brought against the victim, as he was defending himself. >"He’s being extremely cooperative. He has no criminal history whatsoever," Willkens said of the victim. .The incident comes after Gov. Greg Abbott signed a "constitutional carry" bill into law this summer allowing Texans to carry handguns in public without going through training or obtaining permits.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-58508547 https://archive.is/gQ87i BIDEN EO REQUIRES VACCINE FOR ALL COMPANIES 100+ USPS is exempt.... Probably cause gov jobz and minorities. I hope this pushes the accelerationist pedal harder than anything else. >President Joe Biden has announced sweeping federal Covid measures that require workers at large companies to be vaccinated or face weekly testing. >The new measures - which also include a vaccine mandate for millions of federal workers - come as the president is under fire to combat a Covid surge. >Covid has killed 650,000 Americans and hospitals nationwide are at capacity. >Mr Biden had promised a "summer of freedom" from the virus. But the Delta variant has instead run rampant. >In an address made from the White House on Thursday, Mr Biden directed the Department of Labor to require all private businesses with 100 or more workers to mandate the jab or require proof of a negative Covid test from employees at least once a week. The order will affect around 80m workers. >"This is not about freedom, or personal choice, it's about protecting yourself and those around you," he said as he unveiled the six-point plan. >Nearly 17m other healthcare workers at facilities receiving federal benefits will also face the same requirements, he said. >Analysis box by Anthony Zurcher, North America reporter >The time for sweet-talking, for cajoling Americans to take the Covid-19 vaccine is over. The time for government mandates has arrived. >That was the blunt message Joe Biden delivered to the nation on Thursday afternoon. While many Americans have received at least one jab, the president laid the blame for the continued US health crises squarely at the feet of the 25% of the public who are unvaccinated and the politicians who he said are "actively working to undermine the fight". >Biden said his new vaccine orders were not about freedom or personal choice, but that's exactly how some Americans will view them - as a forced choice between vaccination and continued employment. And while the mandates will increase the number of vaccinated Americans, it will also enflame a debate already rife with political tension. >In July, Biden gave an optimistic speech about how Americans soon would be declaring their "independence" from the virus. Because of the Delta variant, that independence day has failed to arrive. This, in turn, has taken a toll on the US economy and public perceptions of how Biden is handling the pandemic. This is Biden's bid to use government muscle to turn the tide. >The president's plan uses the full force of his executive power to mandate the jab for unvaccinated Americans. >Some of his initiatives address common concerns of Americans who have yet to get the vaccine - such as not wanting to miss work to get the jab or recover from side effects. >Americans 'scared and angry' amid Covid surge >The president said that requirements that large businesses provide paid time off for workers to get vaccinated will be unveiled in the coming weeks by the Labor Department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Osha). >Businesses that do not comply with the new rules may face thousands of dollars in fines per violation. >A separate federal mandate, which the White House says will impact 2.5m government workers, supersedes Mr Biden's earlier order that permitted government employees to undergo regular testing if they did not wish to be vaccinated. Now workers that refuse the jab may be fired. >Overall, the rule now requires that around two-thirds of all US workers be vaccinated. >Other rules that Mr Biden directed include: >A doubling of fines for passengers on planes who refuse to wear a mask >Invoking the Defense Production Act to speed the creation of fast at-home testing kits >Deploying healthcare workers to areas experiencing surges >Increasing the weekly pace of shipments of free monoclonal antibody treatment to hospitals
>>19074 I'm not surprised, but I am still disappointed. Guess this is the point where people either nut up and start their own businesses or shut up. t. Essential worker at a sub-100 employee business, so testing is free even if it were mandatory.
>>19074 This was inevitable. The new push is for kids 12+, then kids younger then 12. After that will be the mandatory yearly booster shots and everything will still be locked down in a year.
On the plus side the Butcherer of Waco has been withdrawn from consideration as HNIC of the ATF.
>>19085 How did that happen? I figured after the Waco stuff got spread, they would have accelerated him into the position with conservatives foaming at the mouth to have him take their guns.
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>>19093 There's gotta be another angle for them to withdraw him. It's obvious that the current puppetmasters have no concern for keeping up appearances anymore. >>19074 >>19076 >>19083 I have to say, this is looking like they're going to try to put us into the same situation as Australia. Permanent lockdowns, mandatory surveillance, and the implementation of even more draconian communication restrictions.
>>19100 >I have to say, this is looking like they're going to try to put us into the same situation as Australia. Permanent lockdowns, mandatory surveillance, and the implementation of even more draconian communication restrictions. There's some pretty major logistical, political, and cultural differences between Australia and the US though.
>>19074 Honestly this feels like boiling frogs after 18 months of lockdown, years ago this would've been a joke but now i don't think the consequences will be considerable. Many have lived through harder and more explicit government squeezes so i believe people can get used to overt shit like this if conditioned slowly.
https://yewtu.be/watch?v=_HbeX_C0T04 These kind of videos about unboxing surplus ammunition are incredibly relaxing and comfortable, even if the one doing the unboxing just keeps making mistakes.
(post 1/2) A reminder cops aren't on your side and may be just as bad as criminals. invidious is down for me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48W1MH3BpIw https://www.star-telegram.com/news/local/fort-worth/article254084498.html https://archive.is/gvcUM Jury no billed him. >Since Fort Worth resident Russell King shot a plainclothes state trooper who followed him to his house on April 23, the uncertainty of whether he would be indicted weighed heavily on his and his wife’s minds, he said. >With the recent decision of a Denton County grand jury declining to charge him with a crime, the Kings are ready to move on with their lives, he told the Star-Telegram on Wednesday. >The ordeal started with a car chase, Russell King said. >King and his wife, Myra, were driving back from Kroger and Chick-fil-A around 2 p.m., heading north on U.S. 287 in the middle of traffic on a rainy day. As King was about to switch lanes, the driver of a gray pickup truck in front of him shook his head back at King through the rearview mirror, King said. >When King switched back into that lane, he said, the truck brake-checked him. Thinking the situation was road rage, King picked up speed to get away from the truck. >After exiting the highway, he looked in his rearview mirror and saw the truck behind him, he said. >“I had seen him dancing around in traffic prior and I thought to myself, ‘Oh, is he trying to catch up?’” King said. >The truck had small LED lights in the grill that were flashing, but King said he didn’t see them clearly through the mist of the rain. As King was trying to lose the truck, he saw it cutting through lanes, making a school bus swerve, he said. King said the truck chased the couple for 13 miles, all the way back to their home near Haslet in far north Fort Worth. >When they got home, the couple called 911 to report the man following them. >Video surveillance footage shows the gray truck parking in front of the Kings’ house and a man in a brown shirt, jeans and baseball hat getting out. >Using their Nest security cameras, King and his wife, who took refuge in the upstairs bedroom closet, saw the man grab something from the back of his truck and tuck it behind him. King said in the heat of the moment the object looked like a gun to him, and he was afraid the man planned to harm him and his wife. >Video from the home security cameras shows the trooper knocking on the door and announcing himself as “state police,” but King said he didn’t hear the man’s words. He said he feared for his life and all he could hear was the beating of his heart. >The Nest footage shows King shooting the state trooper through the door from the inside of the house and the trooper running away. Shortly afterward, marked police cars came to the house and officers handcuffed King and his wife. When King asked why they were being detained, an officer informed him that he had shot a state trooper. >“When they had me in handcuffs and they told me that I had shot a state trooper, that was the very first thing I thought of was, this is not possible after what I saw him do on Avondale Haslet [Road],” King said. >King thought, “there’s no way this could have been a state trooper, the way he was acting in traffic,” he said. “He was swerving in between cars, driving at a very high rate of speed.” >Russell King said he didn't know that a man who followed him and his wife and came to their front door was a Texas state trooper until after King shot the man. A Denton County grand jury declined to indict King. >King said he would have stopped if he had known the driver was an officer. >“Beyond confusion, I felt heartache for my wife because she was in the car the entire time and had to experience that,” King said, adding that he later had to watch his wife be detained by police. >King’s attorney, Robert Huseman, said in order to be charged for evading or assaulting a police officer, King would have had to have known the man was a law enforcement officer. >The state trooper was in plainclothes, the truck was not marked and the trooper did not show any police identification, King said. >After the shooting, the Texas Rangers sent out a statement that said a trooper with the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Criminal Investigations Division was conducting an investigation in the Haslet area, according to the Star-Telegram’s archives. >The public safety department has not described the nature of the investigation.
>>19134 (Post 2/2) >“During the course of the investigation, the special agent encountered a suspect at a residence in the 14,000 block of Mainstay Way,” the DPS statement said. “The suspect discharged a firearm and struck the special agent. The special agent did not return fire.” >In another statement four days after the shooting, DPS said the investigation indicated King did not know the man at his door was a law enforcement officer when he fired his gun. >DPS identified the injured trooper as William Wallace, who has been employed by DPS since 2009. He was treated and released from a hospital by the next day. >In an email Friday, a DPS spokesperson said, “The Texas Ranger investigation into the April shooting of DPS Special Agent William Wallace remains active as evidence is pending disposition.” >Wallace is still recovering from his injuries and hasn’t returned to active duty, according to the email. >The department did not respond to a question about whether Wallace was disciplined in connection with the incident.
What did /k/ do for labor day?
>>19178 Your mom
>>19178 Yer mum. I slept in, finished off the last of my devil's lettuce for the summer, and had dinner with my mom and siblings.
>>19135 >DPS identified the injured trooper as William Wallace
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Do you think the skinwalkers got them?
>>19224 Considering her boyfriend went through half of America without reporting her "disappearance", it's more likely he threw her off a cliff.
>>19225 It's just struck me as odd that she died (presumably) in the same area that those other two were murdered several weeks back. I wonder if there could be a serial killer on the loose there.

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