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Oct 16 2016

Female Cop, Afraid to Use Gun for Political Reasons, Is Beaten Unconscious

The Black Lives Matter initiative is paying off — in cops’ blood:

Graphic dashcam and bodycam video has been released showing a suburban man — allegedly high on PCP — punching and body-slamming Chicago police officers as they tried to handcuff him earlier this month.

More than three hours of footage of the brutal incident were released Friday by the Chicago Police Department after authorities said a female officer who was beaten unconscious didn’t shoot her attacker because she feared she might face backlash.

The footage begins as two officers attempt to take Parta Huff, of Maywood, into custody after he allegedly crashed his vehicle into a liquor store.

Progs want female patrol officers, because gender is only a social construct. Progs disapprove of the use of guns, even by the police. Without a force equalizer, you get this:

She could have been killed. Had she been alone, she probably would have been.

As political correctness makes America ever more unpoliceable, police will not be the only ones subjected to increased violence.

On a tip from Bodhisattva.

17 Responses to “Female Cop, Afraid to Use Gun for Political Reasons, Is Beaten Unconscious”

  1. 762x51 says:

    “As political correctness makes America ever more unpoliceable, police will not be the only ones subjected to increased violence.”

    Meh, then America will descend into vigilantism which will then escalate into the civil war I have talked about for so long. This is one of the many attack vectors that is most likely to trigger such an event. Terrorism and economic collapse were always the top two but civil unrest driven by the Progressives and their lapdog media was always right behind them. Police will no longer want to serve so they will find more thugs to take over those positions. People who don’t have a problem violating that pesky Constitution. Assassinations will follow, community and local leaders who will not play along, if any remain, and ordinary citizens who will not be controlled. Heavily armed men in the streets, criminals masquerading as police, masquerading as soldiers, will become a common sight in what was once America.

    Collapse and chaos are necessary elements in the Progressive endgame of cutting over from soft tyranny which has been in place for many years now into hard tyranny, there is no other way to implement hard tyranny. These things were set in motion and have been known for decades by those paying attention. The only question has always been timing but the timing is becoming so short it is almost irrelevant now.

    This will happen very quickly once they decide to “pull the trigger”. Your time to prepare is over.

  2. StephaneDumas says:

    I think it’s time than some “Baltimore mom” step up to teach a lesson of life and responsabilities.

  3. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Sportsman’s Warehouse still has ammo on their shelves, and specials are still being offered on food supplies with a 25 year shelf life.

    As to living in the big cities, no time like the present to move out.

    BTW, learning how to build a fallout shelter is not a bad idea. The government may not be willing to protect you, but this is another area where it may be a good idea to take matters imto your own hands.

  4. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Somebody please remind me why female police officers are such a good idea.

  5. Stosh says:

    The SJW crowd would be counting this as a success I’m sure….

  6. JackisBack says:

    She will now be a mark for the black officers in her department- a weak cracker that they can push around

  7. 762x51 says:

    While true, there is far more to survival than supplies. If one has plenty of money and can purchase those items then by all means have at it. However, buying a firearm and a few boxes of ammo and stocktaking $10,000 worth of freeze dried food in your basement does not equal survival.

    These “survival” shows on TV are a hoot, they show two people who are “survival experts” out in the bush for three weeks. Most of them make it because the average human can survive for three weeks without food and their definition of survival is they did not die. Up that time frame to five weeks and the “survival” rate falls from more than 50% to less than 5%. By how many means can the average American reliably produce fire assuming cigarette lighters are not one of those means? How many Americans can take and disassemble a game animal?

    The same with firearms, in the last eight years, more Americans have purchased their first firearm than any other period in our history. Most of them have not fired it other than once or twice when they first got it. The difference between gun owner and gun fighter is vast. You have seen how quickly the proggies here melt away when firearms are introduced into the conflict. The idea scares them to death, so it is with most people. I remember my first live fire training, there were a couple of guys who flat out refused to enter the training area out of fear. They were transferred out of the combat arms and into non-combat MOS.

    The survival mindset is absent in most Americans and can only be acquired via hardship and training. The overwhelming majority of Americans are unwilling to endure any hardship and so will acquiesce to the enemy who will promise to make things even harder if they fail to comply. Those of us who will fight will be forced to destroy that enemy and bring about those hardships and thereby increase the casualty rate, an unfortunate side affect of the fight for liberty.

    Overall casualties in Civil War I were around 600,000 dead. you could easily see those numbers in a single day in what is coming. Being able to “survive” in a wilderness setting is but a rudimentary requirement of surviving the conflict ahead.

  8. TED says:

    WHEN it has gotten that bad it’s time to hand in the badge! You no longer Serve and Protect!! BESIDES they don’t DESERVE protection in the Dem run Ghettos!! Let the Leftist assholes protect THEM!!!!!!!

  9. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I’m old, out of shape. But whatever you bring home, I can cook. I do, in fact, own guns I have never fired. However, I’ve done pretty well with those I have fired.

    My approach to survival is to become friends with neighbors, and live among like-minded people. And prepare for the unexpected. Unfortunately a fallout shelter may be a good thing to learn about. Some guys from Oak Ridge Labs have prepared an excellent book on line.

  10. 762x51 says:

    Better to be an expert with one than pretty good with many when playing “You Bet Your Life”.

    I don’t mess with my neighbors, they can’t be trusted, but belong to an offensive unit of dozens of combat veterans that has medical, comms, S shops 1 – 4, a rear guard responsible for the safety and security of team members families when SHTF. We have fought together before and know what each will do. We train regularly in CQC, ambush, movement to contact, violence of action, etc. Our background is in 4th Generation Asymmetric Warfare so bunkers, i.e., fall out shelters, don’t play into it. We train with remote controlled targets and live ammo or hand to hand or edged weapons in every scenario from melee to sentry removal. We also train in Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape to the MARSOC C level. The cold weather training cycle starts next month, I hate it the most but we fight in all weather conditions, day or night, so . . . Time to bust out the snow camo.

  11. Mr. Freemarket says:

    You are seriously hard core.

  12. 762x51 says:

    In warfare, there is a word for people who aren’t hard core, casualties. We know that we cannot win by playing defense only, you must take the fight to the enemy. In the sandbox it was hajji, here it is Progressives. They control the American government, that makes them a far greater threat than hajji could dream of being. I’ve even trained with Snake Blocker in Apache Battle Tactics and knife fighting, now that dude is hard core. I’m not Apache, but I can kill you like one, lol.

    It’s why I laugh at the Trumpanzee vermin, they think I’m playing, I’m not.

  13. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I’m too old and lack both the training and conditioning to compete with young, fit, well trained guys. I’m more of a logistics, support kinda guy who would rather shoot somebody than engage in hand-to hand combat.

    Fortunately I live in an area that is kind of a “target-poor” environment. In other words, the progressives are heavily outnumbered and outgunned. Then again, my nearest neighbors are a couple hundred yards away.

  14. 762x51 says:

    You never know when you will need that hand to hand or edged weapon skill, but hey, as long as you have a clear field of fire.

    You might want to put out some innocuous wind / range markers in all directions from your FFP. to make ranging your targets and doping the wind faster. Get a DOPE)Data on Previous Engagements) book and do some shooting at the marked ranges recording your holdovers for faster target acquisition in a fight. You may still lose, but they are going to have to pay dearly for the win.

    Also train your wife / kid / friend, whatever to act as a spotter to call out target bearings and ranges and both of you learn to use a ranging reticle if you don’t already know how, mils, not MOA. Learn to make your own ghillie suit if you don’t already know how, both shooter and spotter should have them. Precision rifle / sniper is extremely complicated. Done properly, it also requires a higher degree of fitness than just being a doorkicker but if you don’t want to run and gun, it is the only other option.

    These are professional grade DOPE books, take your pick.

  15. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Thanks for the suggestions. My neighbor has a wind sock….no one will guess what other purposes it might serve.
    For what its worth, Simo Häyhä is one of my heroes. A 5’3″ tall farmer who took a handfull of cartridges out each morning along with his Mosin Nagant. He insisted on using iron sights; he didn’t want to add an inch or two to his profile by using a telescopic sight. His sniping activities took place over the three month long “Winter War.”

    The Winter War is also interesting for other reasons…the USSR versus Finland. More than a million men versus less than 200,000 Finns, and the Russians captured just enough land to bury their dead.

  16. 762x51 says:

    Thanks, I hope the info helps you in some way. I have the luxury of operating with some of the most highly trained special operations personnel in the world. One of my team members is a former U.S. Army Sniper School instructor who has graduated from every sniper training program in every branch of the military, including the SEAL sniper program, through a reciprocal exchange program. He would tell you that being a sniper is as much or more about field craft than it is about shooting. Most of the candidates who fail sniper school do so because of the field craft exercise, not their shooting. In the environment I go to with those guys, failure equals death, so we train until we can’t get it wrong.

    As for that wind sock, you will want more than one at varying distances in every direction from your FFP because the wind does not always blow in the same direction. You can encounter two or three wind direction changes over 1,000 m shots. You don’t need an actual wind sock, just bits of rope or ribbon or a dangling cord hear or there. What ever is least conspicuous in that environment. Sketch the layout into your dope book with ranges to fixed positions like a tree or big rock or fence post. Then learn your come ups for those ranges(holding is faster than dialing) and you can put down targets so fast it will amaze you, even with a Mosin Nagant.

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