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  • nogginbuster24
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    man what is up with these marshalls and their crappy marksmanship.

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  • cmr164
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    Originally posted by exComptonCop View Post
    Good grief, it's not bad enough cops are being killed at an alarming rate recently, now we have to worry about death from negligent discharges.
    It is a balancing act. Many lives are created because of "negligent discharges"

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  • exComptonCop
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    The title is wrong

    http://www.elpasotimes.com/ci_100938...ce=most_viewed

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  • TheKansan
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    I'm confused. The thread title says a deputy was wounded, but the article says a border patrol agent was wounded.

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  • DAL
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    Another one of those "automatic" pistols -- it just fires by itself.

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  • exComptonCop
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    Good grief, it's not bad enough cops are being killed at an alarming rate recently, now we have to worry about death from negligent discharges.

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  • Retired Chief
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    Range Time! Range Time! "Fires at courthouse, hits deputy." If he can't even hit the courthouse, he needs LOTS of range time!

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  • U.S. Marshal's gun fires at federal courthouse, wounds deputy

    Todays El Paso Times

    Times staff report
    Article Launched: 08/04/2008 11:21:45 AM MDT


    A U.S. Marshal's gun accidently discharged Monday morning at the federal courthouse, injuring himself and a U.S. Border Patrol agent, said Gary Payan, supervisory deputy with the U.S. Marshals Service.
    The FBI and U.S. Border Patrol and Protection are investigating the incident.

    The single gun shot was fired about 10:45 a.m. at the federal courthouse in Downtown El Paso, 511 E. San Antonio.

    The two wounded men were transported to a hospital. Their conditions were not immediately known.

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