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Officers Stop The Threat In Cincinnati Incident

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Very good communication between the female officer and the
lead officer.

Justin Wolf says:

I wanna see the killshot tho

John DeOtte says:

Of all the buildings in this area, as I learned from Guardian Nation podcast, firearms aren’t allowed. Yes John, officers are heroes.

Alex Hilton says:

Wow what a job by the police!

Jowen19831 says:


Paul Booth says:

You're saying that cop that ran across did the right thing. I strongly disagree. He had a shot he should have took it, but he couldn't have because he didn't have a round chambered. If you look Cole when he gets to the next position he has to rack his slide! My goodness! That's just as bad as the other dude not having his mag seated and furthermore made me sick to see him ditch that long gun. Fortunately the female had already taken care of business. Great video, no hate…. One thing I will say, there needs to be higher standards for cops as far as gun handling. If you're gonna get paid to carry you should put in the time to be proficient

john S says:

Would have kept that long gun,,vs throwing it on the ground. Take care of your gear, your gear will take care of you

Prescilo Del Valle III says:

yeah its scary stuff

Paul Booth says:

Notice the female officer immediately knew she could shoot through the glass. The first guy didn't seem to know that. Good on her she's the mvp

AirOne Freedom says:

Thank you for calling the killer an active “killer” and “murderer.” It makes me crazy to hear the media grabbing hold of the word “shooter” to attract attention to an inanimate object. We hear it again and again. We have to focus on the human and the problem within.

On Liberty says:

Do you think the shooter had any substantial firearms training? Im asking because I'm surprised to see such little mussel flip while he was shooting single handed. I always assumed people like this are usually untrained.

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