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Old February 29, 2012, 02:22 PM   #10
Double Naught Spy
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Was that a combat roll or just rolling for cover because he was in too much shock at the time to get to his feet?
He was shot in the forearm. If that would cause him to not be able to get to his feet, then he probably could not have crawled or rolled. The issue wasn't shock.

As stated in the articles here, the officer rolled out of the line of fire (combat) as his training dictated.

My tactics and training question is WHERE WERE THE PATROL CARBINES?!!! Why was at least one not deployed in the initial response?
The incident was in 2004. I don't believe Perry PD had patrol carbines then, or not all officers had them.
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