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The shooter, who sources and the man’s friends identified as 23-year-old Malik Chavis, then ran into a seventh-floor apartment, where he told pals, “I just shot a policewoman. I ain’t going back to jail,” a police official said.
Chavis, has 17 prior arrests and was released from prison in December 2014 after doing time for attempted robbery, records show.
The wounded cops were rushed to nearby Lincoln Hospital.
The officers are assigned to Police Service Area 7 and have been on the job for two years, according to First Deputy Commissioner Benjamin Tucker.
“This goes to show the dangers police officers face each and every day. This shows the complex nature in which we work. It shows the difficulty and danger of vertical patrols in our buildings.”
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: intrptr
don't worry, another couple years and it'll be Robots doing those types of jobs
#RoboCop #ImNotTalkingAboutSylvester #ManVsMachine #DangerWillRobinson #INeedToSeeYourPapers #RobotVoice
Terminator 1 at the end and, Robocop when the droid falls.
Do they do stairs yet?
The humanoid droid as combat machine will be vulnerable to direct fire. Modern main battle tanks look the way they do from necessity.
originally posted by: intrptr
There must be some less dangerous way to encounter armed suspects than entering blind cornered stairwells, asking for trouble.
originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: intrptr
True, but even clearing the stairwell would be better than going in blind without making anyone intent on doing harm leave the area.
But the eyes of the wicked shall fail, and they shall have no way to flee, and their hope shall be the giving up of the ghost.
Though hand join in hand, the wicked shall not be unpunished: but the seed of the righteous shall be delivered.