Sunday, January 23, 2011

Motown Should be Changed to Mow Down: “Four Detroit Police Officers Shot Inside Precinct”

A gunman walked into a Detroit police precinct this afternoon and shot a commander and three other officers before he was killed, police sources confirmed.

Cmdr. Brian Davis, in charge of the 6th precinct, was shot in the hand and side and was undergoing surgery this evening, a police source said. Officer David Anderson was shot in the head but is alert and talking and moving his limbs, the source said.

Other reports indicate two other officers were grazed by gunfire and suffered minor wounds.

Police said the man was armed with a small shotgun….

Sunday's shooting capped off a bloody weekend that saw at least 10 people shot since Friday night — four at the precinct, three outside a strip club, and three murder victims found in a house in the 14000 block of Faircrest.

The shooting occurred at the 6th Precinct, just west of the Southfield Freeway and south of Interstate 96. Like most precincts in the city, there are no metal detectors in the entrance and visitors can come in and talk face-to-face with officers

[“Four Detroit police officers shot inside precinct,” by George Hunter and Mark Hicks, The Detroit News, Last Updated: January 23, 2011, 8:17 p.m.]

[Emphasis added.]

At least reporters George Hunter and Mark Hicks spoke of “wounds” and “the wounded,” rather than the obscene current MSM rule, whereby wounds are turned into “injuries,” and the wounded into “the injured,” as if getting shot in the head were some sort of accident, like slipping on a banana peel.

As for the locale, it’s Detroit. It wasn’t because of accidents that white folks left town… automakers left town… every single supermarket left town…

“D” spells Detroit… and diversity.

Thanks to my reader-researcher, RC, who sent me the article, and also came up with the title.

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