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Shoot an officer in the head. 3 1/3 years in juvie!!!!

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  • jannino
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    Originally posted by LaPlaca View Post
    This kid wouldnt have left the scene in an upright position around here.
    That would have been ideal.

    He will be back in the system again.

    Glad the officer was able to make a recovery and get back on the force.

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  • LaPlaca
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    This kid wouldnt have left the scene in an upright position around here.

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  • Rush817
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    But we want to lock up a judge for life for giving his daughter a good butt whooping for committing theft?!?!?! Wow I'm just saying!

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  • GangGreen712
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    Originally posted by Chomp View Post
    That's awesome how the media describes a ****bag who attempted to murder a cop as a "troubled youngster".

    I bet he was also trying to turn his life around and reinvent himself.
    I was thinking the same thing. I hate when the media refers to criminals as "troubled." It carries too much of sympathetic overtone.

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  • Chomp
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    That's awesome how the media describes a ****bag who attempted to murder a cop as a "troubled youngster".

    I bet he was also trying to turn his life around and reinvent himself.

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  • Carbonfiberfoot
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    Amazing recovery by the officer, but what a disgrace in regards to the sentencing.

    His parents should have gotten more than 3.5 years just for producing him.

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  • Stitch
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    crazy and amazing

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  • JasperST
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    Congrats to him. Amazing recovery!

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  • TheKansan
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    http://online.wsj.com/article/AP8929...Tabs%3Darticle
    Upstate NY officer shot by boy returning to duty

    ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A rookie police officer is returning to duty nearly three years after he was shot in the head by a 14-year-old boy during an attempted drug bust on a Rochester street corner.

    Police officials say Anthony DiPonzio, who was 23 when he underwent lifesaving brain surgery in January 2009, will be back at work Monday.

    DiPonzio endured lengthy rehabilitation, and several setbacks. For a long time, he was not expected to return to the police force.

    His new assignment remains unclear. He lost peripheral vision in one eye.

    Tyquan (TIE-'quan) Rivera, a troubled youngster involved in drug activities since age 11, was convicted of firing the rifle shot that hit DiPonzio in the back of the head. He drew a maximum sentence of up to 10 years.

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  • TheKansan
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    Originally posted by jamesrm View Post
    I think its a total disgrace that the officer will be feeling the effects and most likely still in rehab with the kid gets out of jail.
    He will most likely be permanently disabled and never able to be a cop again since it was a severe head injury. This kid getting anything less than 20 years is a disgrace. He will be out and free before his 25th birthday even if he serves the max of 10 years.

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  • marcusindc
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    Originally posted by Outshined
    What is your point? Are we going to scream and yell foul forever. This is the way the justice system operates in the United States, me, you and whoever can do nothing about it. Enjoy life and take a break.
    Um... this is a LE forum and this relates to a LEO getting shot. I think his point is to share the information.

    Originally posted by Outshined
    So what you going to do about it?
    Really? Are you 10 years old or just having a rough day?

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  • 11b101abn
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    Originally posted by Outshined
    So what you going to do about it?
    Ventilate the cranial vault before he can drop the gat.

    Problem solved.

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  • 11b101abn
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    Originally posted by Outshined
    So what you going to do about it?
    Ventilate the cranial vault before he can drop the gat.

    Problem solved.

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  • jamesrm
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    I think its a total disgrace that the officer will be feeling the effects and most likely still in rehab with the kid gets out of jail.

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  • Dingbat
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    Originally posted by crazynova View Post
    I never got why the penalty for attempted murder should be any less than actual murder. Why reward someone with less prison time because they weren't able to kill the person they were trying to kill? The fact is that he tried to kill the officer, and should be sentenced as such. But that would only happen in my fantasy world.

    Ive wondered that too. You get attempted murder for having bad aim and murder for having good aim or good luck. Doesnt make sense to me.

    Unless the definition of attempted murder is what im not getting.

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