Sgt. James Garber was shot several times and underwent surgery. Garber has been released from the hospital.
By Nicholas Stix
Updated at 4:18 a.m., Monday, December 31, 2012
[“Brian Nichols in Atlanta: PC Kills… Again”; and
Part II: “Aiding and Abetting: Feminism and the Brian Nichols Case.”]
The reader who anonymously sent this story wrote,
“A man was arrested for stalking his girlfriend in Gloucester County, NJ (near Phila). The man was taken to police station. While being processed by a female police officer (young and cute), the suspect grabs cutie officer's pistol and shoots her as well as 2 other cops. Suspect dies of wounds. All 3 officers alive, 1 was wounded in gut, just released from hospital. Lots of angles: 1. Suspect a usual suspect ... involved in crime against a woman. 2. Female cop not able to handle suspect and jeopardizes others due to her incompetence. 3. Gun control, or lack of control from this female officer. Link below.”
This is why women cannot serve as cops. They can fulfill the traditional job of police matrons who search and guard female suspects, but they no more have the physical ability to tangle with men criminals than to serve in the military in combat.
Two LAPD officers were railroaded by the feds for giving a violent, extremely intoxicated felon, Rodney King, a severe but lawful beatdown in 1991, when King repeatedly resisted arrest and assaulted four policemen. The ultimate responsibility for that beatdown lay entirely with King. However, things could have gone much worse.
Initially, a female California Highway Patrol officer, who had been chasing King in a car with her husband/partner (another brilliant idea!), had approached the extremely buff, high-out-of-his-mind, 6’2, 220 lb. suspect with a gun in one hand, deluding herself that she was going to somehow cuff King with one hand. No man could have cuffed Rodney King with one hand. The lady officer couldn’t have cuffed King with 10 hands. (Many officers of the CHP and LAPD had been in pursuit of King, who had been driving at speeds of up to 115 mph.)
But this is what feminism plus rogue judges do to young women. It gives them delusions of grandeur, that they are men.
No one can make a woman a man; not a tenured “women’s studies” professor, not even a judge.
When LAPD Sgt. Stacy Koon saw that lady CHP officer approaching Rodney King, Koon had a flashback to seeing four dead LAPD policemen on a slab, the result of a similar delusion. He took over the situation... and ended up in prison, for his good deed.
Likewise, in 2005, the delusional negligence of Fulton County Sheriff Myron Freeman and DA Paul Howard, aided and abetted by a federal judge and the SPLC ($PLC), permitted a 5’1” grandmother, Deputy Cynthia Ann Hall, to escort a violent, buff, 6’1, 210-pound accused kidnapper-rapist, black supremacist Brian Nichols from his cell alone. Nichols beat Deputy Hall almost to death, leaving her with permanent brain damage, seized her gun, and then used it to murder three whites and one black, pistol whip a fourth white, kidnap a fifth white, and carjack a half-dozen or so raceless victims. (The media and the authorities never bothered informing the public as to the full measure of Nichols‘ criminal rampage.)
And in January of this year, Arkansas prisoner Latavious Johnson, 30, who was already serving a life sentence for murdering his father, stabbed corrections officerette, Sgt. Barbara Ester, 47, to death.
Racial socialists always tell us that everything is a diversity issue. And so it is, in the instant case, though in every way, they will suppress the truth.
Miss Burns fraudulently picking up a policeman's paycheck, and endangering the lives of real policemen, and everyone else in the vicinity? Check.
Eddie Burns 3rd getting himself arrested, disarming the officerette, and trying to murder her and the policemen? Check.
The wounded policemen being saved by their bullet-proof vests, which racist, cop-killing diversities have forced policemen to don on a routine basis, when they used to only wear them in emergencies? Check.
By Jonathan Lai,
Sunday, December 30, 2012, 3:08 Pm
Sgt. James Garber, the officer most seriously wounded during a shoot-out at the Gloucester Township Police Department headquarters Friday morning, is being released from the hospital today.
He is expected to arrive home from Cooper University Hospital in Camden shortly after 3 p.m., police said, where he will be welcomed by an array of first responders, including police, firefighters, and paramedics. Also present will be members of the Warrior Watch organization and Boy Scout Troop 811.
Garber, a 13-year veteran of the force, suffered a gunshot wound to the stomach and was grazed in the head about 5:30 a.m. Friday when Eddie Jones 3d, 39, of Willingboro, overpowered Officer Ruth Burns, grabbed her handgun, and started firing. Burns had been processing Jones in connection with a domestic violence incident when he over attacked her.
Burns, who was shot in the foot, and Sgt. Kevin Thyne, who was grazed in the chin by a bullet and also suffered a stomach laceration when a bullet struck his duty belt, were treated at Cooper and released Friday. Jones was killed at the police station as Thyne and Garber returned fire.
Garber was shot several times, Police Chief Harry Earle said Friday. His bulletproof vest stopped a bullet to his chest area, Earle said.
Contact Jonathan Lai at 856-779-3220, firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Twitter @elaijuh.
[I thank the anonymous reader who sent me this story.]