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Police argue, draw on each other.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Eleven Mike, Aug 2, 2008.

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  1. Eleven Mike

    Eleven Mike Well-Known Member

    Wellston police scuffle; guns drawn

    Only in Saint Louis, people. ;)
  2. El Tejon

    El Tejon Well-Known Member

    Anyone else reminded of Super Troopers?
  3. Z-Michigan

    Z-Michigan Well-Known Member

    Sorta like Super Troopers, except in that movie the cops never pulled guns on each other. This is pretty serious. I'm thinking they'll be ousting both and going for option C.
  4. Eyesac

    Eyesac Well-Known Member

    I think I know how it happened...

    "I'm really mad at you!" *draws gun*
  5. .cheese.

    .cheese. Well-Known Member

    G-d dammit Farva.
  6. FCFC

    FCFC Has Never Owned a Gun

    "I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail."

    --A. Maslow--
  7. Pat-inCO

    Pat-inCO Well-Known Member

    Actually I'll bet it was quite safe. They are obviously of the "Barnie Fife" police force, aren't they? :banghead:

    You remember, only issued one bullet and they don't get to load it until they need it. :D
  8. jerkface11

    jerkface11 Well-Known Member

    I for one am sick of these SHENANIGANS
  9. Daemon688

    Daemon688 Well-Known Member

    I can totally understand why anti-gunners don't want firearms in our hands now. Afterall, the police are the only people professional enough to have weapons. When citizens start carrying guns, they're going to be shootings everyday for road rage, minor arguments, and blood will be over flowing on the streets.
  10. 12Bravo20

    12Bravo20 Well-Known Member

    A lot of the small municipalities in St Louis County have really screwed up governments and police forces, especially north county. Wellston is one of the places that I avoid like the plague. By no means am I bashing police, it's just that there seems to be a lot of problems there.
  11. Packman

    Packman Well-Known Member

    Next person to say Shenanigans is getting pistol-whipped!

    I don't want a large farva, I want a liter of cola.

  12. Claude Clay

    Claude Clay Well-Known Member

    guns inside city hall--- ohhh my gosh. but the police can have them; after all: they are the only ones who can be trusted.
    can someone who is knowledgeable list the charges and consequences of two adults in a 'public area were to be arguing with guns drawn' would face?
    and the charges against these two fine officers?? reassuring to know that some are more equal than others.
    that aside; i am wondering about the the mayor who gets between 2 gun wielding men in the heat of disagreement.

    this just in.....the mayors injuries are now being called accidental. seems he was wearing his aluminum invisibility cap when 2 offices, having an animated discussion, gesticulated through the space the mayor was occupying. all parties to the misfortunate incident are relieved that he will be ok now. especially as he was not before the event.
  13. jerkface11

    jerkface11 Well-Known Member

    Hey FCFC what's the name of that restaurant you like with all the goofy crap on the walls?
  14. jrfoxx

    jrfoxx Well-Known Member

    Whew! I was getting worried. It had been about 24 whole hours since you posted that exact same quote, and nothing else, in a thread.:rolleyes:

    As for the cops, I suspect at MOST one or both gets fired, but likely not even that. Just a letter of reprimand for both. Seems fair, as thats what would happen to any of us if we pulled guns during an argument at the mayor's office.:cuss:

    Oh well. At least it's another "gun crime", "blood in the streets" stat for the Brady's, hey'll just leave out the fact it was the police cheif and assistant chief.:banghead:
  15. davepool

    davepool Well-Known Member

    They'll probably get medals for bravery in the face of danger
  16. ilbob

    ilbob Well-Known Member

    My guess is this kind of thing happens a lot more than you ever hear about.

    Cops are human, even police chiefs, and they get mad and have personal squabbles. Many minor power minds like this have very large egos and not such big brains. getting demoted is not likely to make one real pleasant, especially if you have gotten used to whatever perks there are.
  17. MIL-DOT

    MIL-DOT member

    This is one (meow) of the (meow) silliest threads i've meowed in sometime.:D
  18. .cheese.

    .cheese. Well-Known Member

    Hey Farva, what's the name of that restaurant you like with all the goofy stuff on the wall and the mozzarella sticks?

    Awww... jerkface11 beat me to it.
  19. Eleven Mike

    Eleven Mike Well-Known Member

    I don't think we can assume that he got into the path of the potential gun fire.
    From the linked article:
  20. jaholder1971

    jaholder1971 Well-Known Member

    A guys' been named the city's new police chief, had the job 4 days and they won't announce publicly who the guy is???

    Nor will they name the former chief?

    What've they got there, secret policemen?
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