Manchester police officer shot by fellow officer in the foot during college lockdown

Posted by Jonathan at 7 March 2013

Category: Negligent Discharges

Again, not an “accidental” discharge, it’s a negligent discharge.  Finger shouldn’t be on the trigger, especially when the firearm is pointed at a fellow officers foot!!!

Here’s a brief from the article:

During the lockdown, a Manchester police officer was shot in the foot. However, he did not shoot himself. It was an accidental discharge by another officer.

Wow, they kinda “white washed” over these two sentences in order to talk more about the EVIL gun on campus.  NOTHING happened in the other situation, several paragraphs.  Officer shot in foot, two sentences.

Here’s the original article:

Manchester police officer shot by fellow officer during college lockdown


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