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Old 02-14-2012, 09:01 AM   #1
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Default florida sheriff has my vote

Looks like Florida has a sheriff like Arizona has

























Polk County Florida Sheriff - "You kill a policeman it means no arrest...no Miranda rights...no negotiations...nothing but as many bullets as we can shoot into you...PERIOD."



POLK COUNTY FLORIDA SHERIFF, GRADY JUDD


An illegal alien, in Polk County , Florida , who got pulled over in a routine traffic stop, ended up "executing" the deputy who stopped him. The deputy was shot eight times, including once behind his right ear at close range. Another deputy was wounded and a police dog killed. A state-wide manhunt ensued.

The murderer was found hiding in a wooded area. As soon as he took a shot at the SWAT team, officers opened fire on him. They hit the guy 68 times.

Naturally, the liberal media went nuts and asked why they had to shoot the poor, undocumented immigrant 68 times.

Sheriff Grady Judd told the Orlando Sentinel: "Because that's all the ammunition we had." Now, is that just about the all-time greatest answer or what!

The Coroner also reported that the illegal alien died of natural causes. When asked by a reporter how that could be, since there were 68 bullet wounds in his body, he simply replied: (BEST QUOTE
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"When you are shot 68 times you are naturally gonna die."














































































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Old 02-14-2012, 09:17 AM   #2
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That's awesome! We need more sheriffs like him.
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Old 02-14-2012, 09:26 AM   #3
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Old 02-14-2012, 09:37 AM   #4
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It makes perfect sense! I bet the crime rate would go down to basically nothing if we had more sheriffs like these and less pansy people crying about how unfair it was that the murdering criminal was treated bad. I would vote for him!
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Old 02-14-2012, 09:43 AM   #5
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Default Sheriff Grady Judd

Got 2 D/S friends who work for him.
He is the real deal.
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Thought this might be another far fetched story after a few minutes of research turns out true as can be I would also vote for him far any office!
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Justice-the administering of deserved punishment or reward. I do not believe that putting someone in prison, giving them 3 meals a day, and paying 40,000 dollars a year to keep them there is justice for a murderer. Justice connotes equality, you get what you have given. I PERSONALLY believe that murder justifies execution.
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That story has been twisted a little with the illegal alien and some other tidbits but it's basically true. Here are the facts.

Just before noon on 28 September 2006, Polk County Deputy
Doug Speirs pulled over a speeding rental car bearing Kentucky tags.
That vehicle was being driven by Angilo Freeland, a 27-year-old who had been arrested on various charges in 1999 but had skipped bail. Freeland offered Speirs a fraudulently obtained drivers license in another man's name; something about the proffered I.D. bothered Speirs, so he called for backup. Deputy Matt Williams and his police dog, DiOGi, were dispatched to the scene.

Likely sensing things weren't going well, Freeland broke from the
officers and ran into the woods. He took cover in the densely forested area near a fallen oak tree that made him all but impossible to see. The two officers and the dog went into the woods after him, Williams and DiOGi working one area, and Speirs another.

As DiOGi closed on the suspect's hiding place, Freeland shot the dog in the chest from close range at an upward angle, killing it. He then fired on nearby Deputy Williams, wounding him in the right wrist, left bicep, rear left thigh, right leg, right buttock, and upper right arm. One of the shots penetrated to the officer's spine. Freeland then approached the immobilized man and delivered two shots to Williams' head at point-blank range, finishing him off.

Deputy Speirs heard the shots from a nearby ridge, moved towards the sounds of the gunfire, and was shot at by Freeland. The two exchanged fire, and the deputy was wounded in the leg. He radioed for help and made his way out of the woods.

Every available unit and canine team descended on the area. Freeland briefly appeared at the perimeter of the woods to fire at the officers but then took cover again. He dug in under another fallen oak tree and hid there. Later that afternoon the body of 39-year-old Deputy Williams, a father of three, was found and carried from the wooded area. Officers noted that the slain man's gun and ammo were missing.

Freeland remained under the oak tree overnight, where a 10-member SWAT team found him the next morning. When they saw Freeland raise his right hand clutching a gun (one they would later learn belonged to the slain deputy), nine of the ten officers fired, hitting him with 68 of 110 shots. Freeland was dead at the scene.

Afterwards, when called upon by the media to make a statement about the manhunt and its outcome, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd told various reporters, "That's all the bullets we had or we would have shot him more. Quite frankly, we weren't taking any chances."

In response to the Florida Civil Rights Association's complaint that the police had shown disregard for human life when they shot Angilo Freeland after an all-night manhunt, the U.S. Department of Justice asked the FBI to look into the matter. In November 2006, the latter agency announced it would investigate whether authorities used excessive force in the incident. In June 2008, the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) announced it had cleared the Polk County Sheriff's Office of any wrongdoing in the incident, stating: "After careful consideration, we concluded that the evidence does not establish a prosecutable violation of the federal civil rights statutes. Accordingly, we have closed our investigation."

Ironically, the traffic stop that escalated into Freeland's hightailing
it into the bush could conceivably have gone another way if Freeland had been in possession of a key piece of information. In 1999 he had been arrested by the Florida Highway Patrol on charges of not having a valid drivers license, reckless driving, aggravated fleeing to elude,
resisting arrest without violence, and carrying a concealed weapon.
Freeland, who had been released on bail, disappeared before trial. An arrest warrant was issued, but it sat unserved until March 2005, when the state attorney's office deemed it (along with 14 other warrants) "stale." Would Freeland have run if he'd known that his 1999 case had been dropped and there was no longer a warrant out for his arrest?
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The part that pisses me off is when people gripe and complain about "excessive force" it wasn't a fair fight for the poor little murdering criminal. YOU DON'T TAKE A KNIFE TO A GUN FIGHT! You go in with overwhelming stunning force to ensure no one INNOCENT gets hurt. I wish those leo's would have stayed out of the woods and surrounded it until more backup arrived and then just wasted the dude at that point. We don't have enough room in this world for idiots like that.
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