Tag: #BlueLivesMatter

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Whataburger Fires Worker After Refusal to Serve Texas Cops

Whataburger officials told Breitbart Texas that an employee who refused to serve two Denison, Texas, police officers is no employed by the company. The company moved quickly to rectify the situation after a store employee reportedly cursed at the officers, refused them service, and later refused to back down — claiming the department’s officers had “beat up” her boyfriend a few weeks earlier.

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Texas Tech Police Officer Shot, Killed — Suspect in Custody

A Texas Tech University police officer has been shot and killed, according to local news reports. The Lubbock Police Department SWAT team is on the scene looking for a suspect.A Texas Tech University police officer has been shot and killed after taking a student into custody for alleged drug possession. The student allegedly shot the officer in the head, killing him, and then fled the scene. He is now in custody.

Texas Deputy Police Chief Among Las Vegas Wounded

The deputy police chief of Seguin, Texas, is among the wounded from the Las Vegas Mandalay Bay shooting that left more than 50 people killed and hundreds wounded. The chief received minor injuries from shrapnel while the gunman fired from above.

‘We Defend Them, They Give Us Big F-You,’ Says Texas Police Chief

The San Antonio police chief lashed out at “police haters” following the murder of one of his officers this week. The killing of one officer and critical wounding of a second left the department shaken and the chief angry. “I’m sick of the police haters. We protect them,” Chief William McManus said. “We defend them, and they give us the big ‘F-you.’ And I’m sick of it.”

San Antonio Officer Succumbs to Gunshot Wound

Thirty-six-year-old San Antonio Police Officer Miguel Moreno died Friday morning from a gunshot wound received the day before. Moreno was shot as he got out of his car to question a reported suspicious person.

‘Ferguson Effect is Real,’ Police Survey Finds

An issue that has become known as the “Ferguson effect” is causing police officers to hesitate and question their judgment in situations where the use of force would be proper. The phenomenon occurred following the justified 2014 police shooting of a black man in Ferguson, Missouri, and the protests and riots afterwards. A new police survey from the Pew Research Center confirms what many media outlets have been reporting–the “Ferguson effect” is real.

2016 Closes With 140 Cops Being Killed in the Line of Duty

A total of 140 law enforcement officers were killed in 2016 in line of duty deaths. The number of deaths increased by 10 over 2015’s 130 officers who were killed. The final death of the year came Friday night when Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Landon Weaver was shot and killed will investigating an alleged violation of a protective order.