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Message par lili@ne le Ven 20 Jan - 11:05


L’investiture de Donald Trump démasque les gauchistes ennemis de la démocratie


Mouvements pour les droits civils, anarchistes, Black Lives Matter : tout ce beau monde démocratique s’allie pour cracher sa détestation du futur président Donald Trump, le fasciste, le raciste, le misogyne, coupable de tous les vices et source de danger planétaire.

A les écouter, le peuple américain a élu un anti-Christ diabolique, huit ans après avoir porté au pouvoir un messie angélique : Barack Hussein Obama.(Je pouffe)
Selon Reuters, l’objectif des organisateurs est clair : gâcher à tout prix la fête, même si cela implique l’utilisation de moyens non conventionnels et violents.
Vive la démocratie et le pacifisme de la gauche moralisante. Les mouvements essayeront de se rassembler près des 12 postes de sécurité et défileront le long du parcours de la parade, soit 4 km :
« Nous voulons interrompre l’inauguration, » a déclaré l’un des leaders du mouvement « DistruptJ20 » David Thurston, lors d’une conférence de presse. « Nous voulons que la révolte bouillonne dans toutes les villes à travers le pays. »
DisruptJ20, qui collabore avec le très pacifique Black Lives Matter et d’autres groupes opposés à Donald Trump, a annoncé que des barricades seront montées avant l’aube et des manifestations violentes se succèderont lors de la prestation de serment de Donald Trump.
Plus de 300 volontaires de DisruptJ20 travailleront pour mobiliser les anti-Trump en une longue suite de cortèges de protestations. Ce sera « Le Festival de la Résistance. » Et les méthodes ne seront certainement pas pacifiques.
« Nous ne sommes pas en faveur d’une transition pacifique du pouvoir, nous devons l’arrêter. » a souligné l’un des organisateurs.
Dans l’ensemble, selon le National Park Service, des permis ont été accordés à 27 mouvements de protestations, qui seront présents ce vendredi 20 janvier à Washington DC, un nombre quatre fois supérieur aux précédentes investitures, du jamais vu dans l’histoire des USA.
D’après les fonctionnaires du gouvernement, la cérémonie devrait attirer plus ou moins 800.000 spectateurs, contre environ 1.800.000 rassemblés en 2009 pour l’inauguration du « messie » Obama.
Des heurts sont à craindre entre les manifestants anti-Trump et les supporters du Président.
Les manifestations anti-Trump à Washington se poursuivront le jour suivant avec la « Women’s March » la marche des femmes, organisée par un groupe d’activistes féministes en protestation contre les nombreuses remarques sexistes du candidat Trump au cours de la campagne présidentielle.
Ces féministes devraient plutôt organiser des marches contre le sort réservé aux femmes dans l’islam…
A ce tableau aux teintes sombres se joint une fois encore l’ombre des manifestants payés pour descendre dans la rue contre le nouveau Président. Tactique favorite d’un milliardaire gauchiste, George Soros, dont le rôle dans les processus de déstabilisation de nations souveraines n’est plus un mystère.
De nombreuses annonces online pour des jobs sont publiées sur le portail Backpage de l’organisation « DemandProtest » dans diverses villes des USA (San Diego, Tulsa, Phoenix, El Paso)
« DemandProtestrecrute du personnel « pour participer aux manifestations anti-Trump, (ou autres) qui se dérouleront lors de l’investiture de D. Trump offrant une compensation de 2.500 dollars/mois ou de 50 dollars/heure.
La gauche radicale américaine anti-démocratique n’a aucune intention d’accepter le résultat électoral, pourtant voté démocratiquement par le peuple, et déjà se profilent des journées marquées par de fortes tensions et des heurts, mis en scène par les ennemis de la démocratie.
Réussiront-ils tous ces sauveurs de l’humanité autoproclamés, à gâcher la fête d’investiture de Donald Trump, à créer le chaos en Amérique, ce chaos qu’ils apprécient tellement au plus profond d’eux-mêmes ?
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Message par mareaction le Ven 20 Jan - 18:51

J'ai entendu ça! et beaucoup ne sont pas venus, donc M.Trump, leurs a dit de rendre les tickets, car beaucoup auraient voulu venir, et ne pouvaient le faire! comportement minable de certains

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Message par LARA BAÏKAL le Ven 20 Jan - 19:07

Même nos médias sont complètement à côté de la plaque concernant Mr Donald Trump.


Le peuple américain a parlé et il a été élu.


Alors maintenant bonne chance à lui pour gouverner son grand pays. La démocratie c'est d'accepter le vote.


Quant nos médias tous ou à peu près confondus ne valent pas mieux que ceux des Etats Unis qui avaient déjà vendu la peau de l'ours avant de l'avoir tué ! Very Happy

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Message par mareaction le Sam 21 Jan - 8:14

Vue mes réactions, dès l'instant qu'il y a un acharnement contre quelqu'un, comme nous le voyons, sytématiquement je cherche le coté positif de cette personne!

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Message par lili@ne le Sam 21 Jan - 9:02

mareaction a écrit:Vue mes réactions, dès l'instant qu'il y a un acharnement contre quelqu'un, comme nous le voyons, sytématiquement je cherche le coté positif de cette personne!
La haine anti-Trump atteint un niveau proprement stupéfiant aussi bien dans nos médias que parmi nos élites .

Trump a du charisme et son discours d'investiture est top.D'une manière quoique polie il a expliqué tranquillement que tous ceux qui étaient passés avant lui  à la Maison Blanche c'est à dire les élites du moins ceux qui l'avaient précédés  s'étaient enrichies sur le dos du peuple américain . Donc les Bush/ Clinton/ Obama et tous leurs compères qui étaient assises juste derrière, et qui ont applaudi... 2 c'était kafkaïen !!!!!!!! devant des millions de téléspectateurs .



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Message par LARA BAÏKAL le Sam 21 Jan - 10:18

J'ai même entendu hier sur les infos que Mr Trump serait difficile à traduire ce qui est absolument faux, il parle haut et clair!


Les médias aux Etats Unis ont tout fait pour le décrédibiliser, Hillary Clinton et tout l'entourage politique des Clintons, Obama and co n'y ont pas été de main morte !


Les médias Français ont la même couverture au sujet de Donald Trump mais ils se sont déjà entraînés sur Marine le Pen.


Les Américains connaissent les mêmes problèmes que nous :


L'insécurité par exemple 746 meurtres pour la seule ville de Chicago


On nous parle souvent aux actualités d'officiers de police impliqués dans des " shootings " de suspects interpelés
mais jamais des officiers qui sont assassinés à travers le pays et souvent par qui je vous le demande !


+ Cinq autres officiers depuis janvier 2017 et le mois n'est pas fini.


Nous avons nous aussi les mêmes problèmes concernant nos forces de police.


etc... etc...



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SGT. ALLEN BRANDT


Allen Brandt
Brandt, an 11-year veteran of the Fairbanks Police Department, was shot multiple times October 16 while responding to reports of gunfire. He was wearing body armor but was struck by bullets in a leg and shrapnel in an eye.
He died October 28 of complications experienced during surgery. After the shooting, the father of four had been well enough to speak at a community council meeting, saying he had predicted to his family he would be shot. The suspect, who fled in Brandt's patrol car, was arrested.

ARIZONA


OFFICER DAVID GLASSER


David Glasser
Phoenix police Officer Glasser, 35, was responding to a report that a man was stealing guns from his father's home when he was shot on May 18, CNN affiliate KTVK reported, citing police.
Glasser died a day later.
He and other officers had arrived outside the home in Phoenix's Laveen area. The caller's son was in a van when Glasser and his partner parked their squad car but got out of the van and shot Glasser, KTVK reported. Other officers returned fire, killing the gunman.
Glasser was survived by a wife and two children, KNXV reported.
OFFICER DARRIN REED


Officer Darrin Reed
Reed, 50, had responded to a call about a disturbance in the town of Show Low when a man shot him on November 10. The suspect was later killed in a standoff with police.

ARKANSAS


SHERIFF'S CPL. BILL COOPER
The 65-year-old Sebastian County sheriff's deputy was on the verge of retirement when he and other officers responded to a 911 call at a manufactured home August 10 in rural western Arkansas, between Greenwood and Midland.
The caller said a man had pulled a gun on his father. When deputies and officers arrived, the son, wearing body armor, fired a rifle repeatedly, killing Cooper and injuring another officer and a police dog, authorities said.
The gunman eventually surrendered and was arrested, police said.

CALIFORNIA


OFFICER JONATHAN DeGUZMAN


Jonathan DeGuzman
DeGuzman, 43, of the San Diego Police Department, and another officer were shot as they tried to stop someone in the city's Southcrest section on the night of June 28, police said.
A fellow officer arrived and rushed DeGuzman to a hospital, where he died. His wounded colleague survived. Police arrested a 52-year-old man in connection with the shootings.
SGT. STEVE OWEN


Steve Owen
Owen, 53, of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department died October 5 after a suspect shot him while he was responding to a residential burglary.
Owen was a 29-year department veteran.
The suspect was apprehended.
OFFICER JOSE GILBERT VEGA


Jose Gilbert Vega
Vega, 63, was one of two Palm Springs officers shot and killed October 8 while responding to a domestic disturbance. The officers were trying to negotiate with a distraught man who was inside a residence when he fired through the closed front door, police saud.
The suspect was arrested after barricading himself in the house for 12 hours.
Vega was a 35-year veteran nearing retirement.
OFFICER LESLEY ZEREBNY


Lesley Zerebny
Zerebny, 27, was one of two Palm Springs officers shot and killed October 8 while responding to a domestic disturbance. (See entry for Officer Jose Gilbert Vega.)
Zerebny had just returned to work from maternity leave.
SHERIFF'S DEPUTY JACK HOPKINS
Hopkins, of the Modoc County Sheriff's Office, was shot and killed October 19 while responding to a disturbance report. A suspect was arrested by other officers.
SGT. ROD LUCAS


Rod Lucas
Lucas, of the Fresno County Sheriff's Office, was accidentally shot dead in the chest during a chat with a detective about firearms on October 31, the sheriff said.
The shooting happened in a special investigations unit building. The detective and two other employees tried CPR and other attempts to save Lucas, but he died at a hospital.
SHERIFF'S DEPUTY DENNIS WALLACE


Dennis Wallace
Stanislaus County sheriff's Deputy Dennis Wallace, 53, was shot twice while investigating a suspicious van on November 13.
Wallace had been calling in a stolen car to dispatch when he went silent. Officers found him dead from two close-range gunshots to the head.
A suspect was arrested after a manhunt.

COLORADO


SHERIFF'S DEPUTY DEREK GEER


Derek Geer
Geer, 40, of the Mesa County Sheriff's Office died February 8 after he was shot as he tried to detain a man in Grand Junction.
The deputy had responded to a report of a person walking past an office building with a handgun under his armpit, near railroad tracks south of the Interstate 70 business loop, police said. Geer saw someone matching the person's description and tried to stop him, even Tasering him, but the person shot Geer, police said. A suspect later was arrested.
Geer was an organ donor. In May, CNN published a story about a patient who received Geer's heart.
SHERIFF'S CPL. NATE CARRIGAN


Nate Carrigan
Carrigan, 35, of the Park County Sheriff's Department, was fatally shot while he and two other deputies were trying to serve an eviction notice near Bailey on February 24.
The gunman -- a man who was being evicted -- also shot the other two deputies, wounding them. The deputies returned fire and the man was killed, police said. Carrigan was a 13-year veteran in the department.

GEORGIA


MAJ. GREG BARNEY
Barney, of the Riverdale Police Department, was helping police in Clayton execute a drug-related warrant at an apartment when he was fatally shot on February 11, police said.
Barney was a 25-year veteran of the department and had a wife and two children, CNN affiliate WSB reported.
US MARSHALS DEPUTY COMMANDER PATRICK CAROTHERS
Carothers, 53, was shot dead on the morning of November 18 in Long County, Georgia. He was trying to serve an arrest warrant for a fugitive, Dontrell Carter, when Carter shot Carothers, the US Justice Department said.
Carter also was shot; both men died at hospitals, the Justice Department said.
OFFICER JODY SMITH
Smith, who worked as a police officer at Georgia Southwestern State University, was shot as he and another officer checked a report of a domestic dispute at an apartment complex in Americus on December 7. Smith died the next day at a hospital.
The suspect was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said.
The other officer, who worked for the Americus Police Department, also died. The two officers were best friends.
OFFICER TIM SMITH


Tim Smith
The Eastman, Georgia, policeman was responding to a call about a suspicious person when he encountered a man who shot him and fled the scene. Smith died at an area hospital.
Smith died just two days before his 31st birthday.
He left behind a fiancee, two sons, a 5-month-old daughter and a stepson, his fiancee told CNN.
SHERIFF'S DEPUTY PATRICK SONDRON


Patrick Sondron
Peach County sheriff's deputies Sondron, 41, and Daryl Smallwood were called to a dispute between neighbors in central Georgia on November 6. The suspect opened fire at the deputies when they arrived. Sondron died at a local hospital.
SHERIFF'S DEPUTY DARYL SMALLWOOD
Smallwood, 39, was one of the two law enforcement officers shot on November 6.
OFFICER NICHOLAS RYAN SMARR


Nicholas Ryan Smarr
Smarr, 25, of the Americus Police Department, was shot and killed as he and another officer checked a report of a domestic dispute at an apartment complex in the southwest Georgia city December 7.
The other officer, who works at the nearby Georgia Southwestern State University, also died. The two officers were best friends.

INDIANA


SHERIFF'S DEPUTY CARL KOONTZ


Carl Koontz
Howard County sheriff's Deputy Carl A. Koontz, 27, was shot and killed March 20 in a shootout at a Russiaville trailer park while trying to serve a warrant for a man accused of failing to appear in court on charges of illegally possessing a syringe, police said.
One of Koontz's colleagues also was injured in the shooting. The shooter -- the man who was named in the warrant -- then fatally shot himself in the head, police said. Koontz, a former Marine, had nearly three years on the job.

IOWA


SGT. ANTHONY "TONY" BEMINIO
Beminio, of the Des Moines Police Department, was one of two central Iowa police officers shot while they sat in squad vehicles at intersections roughly 2 miles apart shortly after 1 a.m. on November 2, authorities said. A suspect was taken into custody.
OFFICER JUSTIN MARTIN
Martin, of the Urbandale Police Department, was one of two central Iowa police officers shot while they sat in squad vehicles at intersections roughly 2 miles apart shortly after 1 a.m. on November 2, authorities said. A suspect was taken into custody.

KANSAS


DETECTIVE BRAD LANCASTER


Brad Lancaster
The Kansas City, Kansas, detective was shot and killed May 9 while responding to a call of a suspicious person near a casino.
The gunman fled in the detective's vehicle and stole two more vehicles before being arrested, police said.
CAPT. ROBERT DAVID MELTON
The Kansas City, Kansas, officer was shot and killed on July 19 while chasing people who'd allegedly been involved in a drive-by shooting, police said.
Melton, 46, was his department's second officer to be shot dead in the line of duty after Lancaster (above).

LOUISIANA


SHERIFF'S DEPUTY DAVID F. MICHEL JR.
The Jefferson Parish sheriff's deputy was shot dead on June 22 during a confrontation with a man he had approached on the street, authorities said.
SHERIFF'S DEPUTY BRAD GARAFOLA


Sheriff's Deputy Brad Garafola
Garafola, 45, of the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office, was one of three law enforcement officers shot dead -- and one of six shot in total -- on July 17 by Gavin Long in Baton Rouge, police said.
Long shot the officers after posting a YouTube video in which he spoke about recent protests and officer-involved shootings, and said that victims of bullying needed to resort to bloodshed.
The officers' deaths came nearly two weeks after a police officer shot and killed Alton Sterling, a Baton Rouge resident. That death, as well as a July 6 shooting of a man by police in Minnesota, kicked off days of national turmoil that included a gunman shooting and killing five police officers in Dallas on July 7.
OFFICER MATTHEW GERALD


Matthew Gerald
Gerald, 41, of the Baton Rogue Police Department, was one of three Louisiana law enforcement officers shot dead -- and one of six shot in total -- on July 17 by Gavin Long in Baton Rouge, police said.
(See entry for sheriff's Deputy Brad Garafola).
CPL. MONTRELL JACKSON


Montrell Jackson
Jackson, 32, of the Baton Rouge Police Department, was one of three Louisiana law enforcement officers shot dead -- and one of six shot in total -- on July 17 by Gavin Long in Baton Rouge, police said.
(See entry for sheriff's Deputy Brad Garafola).

MARYLAND


SHERIFF'S DEPUTY PATRICK DAILEY
Dailey, of the Harford County Sheriff's Office, was one of two deputies fatally shot at or near a restaurant in Abingdon on February 10.
Dailey was called to a Panera Bread restaurant to investigate a man, but as Dailey talked to him the man shot him in the head, police said. The man fled toward nearby apartments, where he shot and killed Deputy Mark Logsdon (below), police said. Other deputies shot the gunman, who was pronounced dead at the scene.
SHERIFF'S DEPUTY MARK LOGSDON
Logsdon, of the Harford County Sheriff's Office, was one of two deputies fatally shot at or near a restaurant in Abingdon on February 10. (See entry for Deputy Patrick Dailey, above.)
OFFICER JACAI COLSON


Jacai Colson
Colson and other Prince George's County police officers were in a shootout with a gunman who'd ambushed them outside their police station when Colson was shot and killed by mistake by a fellow officer on March 13, police said.
Colson, a 28-year-old undercover narcotics detective, was in plain clothes when he drove up to the station to find the gunfight under way. An officer shot him when he left his car to confront the gunman, police said.

MASSACHUSETTS


OFFICER RONALD TARENTINO JR.


Ronald Tarentino Jr.
The 42-year-old Auburn police officer was making a traffic stop in the early morning of May 22 when an occupant of the car fatally shot him and fled, police said.

MICHIGAN


COURT BAILIFF RONALD KIENZLE
Kienzle, 63, was one of two court bailiffs shot and killed July 11 in a courthouse in Berrien County by an inmate who had grabbed a deputy's gun outside a holding cell, police said.
SUPERVISING COURT BAILIFF JOSEPH ZANGARO
Zangaro, 61, was shot and killed along with Kienzle (above) on July 11 in a courthouse in Berrien County by an inmate who had grabbed a deputy's gun outside a holding cell, police said.
SGT. KENNETH STEIL
The Detroit police's Steil was wounded by a carjacking suspect with a sawed-off shotgun during a foot pursuit. Steil was expected to recover but developed a blood clot in the hospital and died two weeks later on September 17.
OFFICER COLLIN ROSE


Officer Collin Rose
Rose, a 29-year-old officer with Wayne State University's police department in Detroit, was shot near campus while trying to stop someone on November 22. He died a day later at a hospital.
Rose was on a neighborhood patrol in an area that has recently seen a rash of auto crimes. He saw a subject on a bike approach the area, and he called for backup, police said. When the backup officer arrived, he found Rose with a gunshot wound to the head. The circumstances surrounding the shooting weren't immediately clear.

MISSISSIPPI


SPECIAL AGENT LEE TARTT


Lee Tartt
Tartt, 44, an agent with the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, was fatally shot on the morning of February 20 as he and other officers entered a home in Iuka, trying to end a six-hour standoff with a man inside, police said.
Police had been called there on a report of a domestic disturbance. Tartt was a 22-year veteran of law enforcement and had been with the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics since 2000, CNN affiliate WREG in Memphis reported. He left a wife and two children.

MISSOURI


OFFICER BLAKE SNYDER
Snyder, 33, of the St. Louis police died October 6 while responding to a disturbance call. The officer walked up to a vehicle, and a suspect shot him once with a 9 mm pistol. His partner shot and wounded the suspect.

NEW MEXICO


OFFICER JOSE CHAVEZ


Jose Chavez
Chavez, 33, had just arrived to help an officer with a traffic stop in Hatch on August 12 when a passenger of the stopped vehicle exited and shot him, police said.
Chavez was taken to a hospital, where he had surgery before he was pronounced dead, police said. Three people were taken into custody.
OFFICER CLINT CORVINUS


Clint Corvinus
Corvinus, a 4½ year veteran of the Alamogordo Police Department, was shot and killed September 2 as he and another officer pursued a wanted suspect on foot.

NEW YORK


SERGEANT PAUL TUOZZOLO
New York City police sergeant Tuozzolo, 41, responded to a 911 call from a woman who said an armed man had broken into an apartment on November 4. The officers eventually found the man who shot at them, killing Tuozzolo and injuring another officer. Police returned fire, killing the man. Tuozzolo had served with the NYPD for 19 years.

NORTH CAROLINA


OFFICER TIM BRACKEEN
Brackeen of the Shelby Police Department was shot September 10 while serving an arrest warrant. He died two days later at the hospital. The suspect was arrested a few days later in Rhode Island and charged with murder.

NORTH DAKOTA


OFFICER JASON MOSZER
Moszer, 33, of the Fargo Police Department was shot February 10 during a standoff that followed a report of a domestic disturbance at a home in Fargo, police said.
He died the next day. He was six-year veteran of the department and left a wife and two stepchildren, CNN affiliate WDAY-TV reported.

OHIO


OFFICER THOMAS COTTRELL


Thomas Cottrell
Cottrell was fatally shot behind the municipal building in the village of Danville on the night of January 17.
A suspect eventually was arrested. Minutes before Cottrell was killed, authorities said, the suspect's ex-girlfriend called them to say he had taken off with his weapons and was looking to kill an officer.
Cottrell was one of Danville's six police officers at the time of his death.
OFFICER STEVEN SMITH


Steven Smith
Columbus police Officer Steven Smith was in an armored vehicle April 10, serving on a SWAT team that was trying to serve a warrant for alleged arson, when a man inside an apartment fired a shot into the vehicle, hitting Smith, CNN affiliate WCMH reported.
Smith, 54, died two days later. He left a wife and two adult children, WCMH reported.
The man suspected of shooting Smith was arrested.

OREGON


SGT. JASON GOODDING


Jason Goodding
Goodding and another officer were trying to arrest a wanted man on a street in the Pacific coast town of Seaside on February 5. The suspect resisted arrest and shot Goodding, who returned fire and hit him, police said.
Both Goodding, a 39-year-old Seaside police officer, and the suspect later died at a hospital.

PENNSYLVANIA


OFFICER SCOTT BASHIOUM
Canonsburg police Officer Scott Bashioum was shot dead November 10 as he approached a home to check a report about a domestic dispute, police said.

PUERTO RICO


SGT. LUIS A. MELENDEZ-MALDONADO
Melendez-Maldonado of the Puerto Rico Police Department was shot and killed October 12 while he and other agents conducted a narcotics investigation.

SOUTH CAROLINA


OFFICER ALLEN LEE JACOBS


Allen Jacobs
Greenville police Officer Allen Lee Jacobs, 28, was fatally shot on March 18 by a 17-year-old boy, police said.
Jacobs and at least one other officer were trying to interview the teen about a weapon purchase, but the teen ran. After the officers gave chase, the teen opened fire, hitting Jacobs, according to police. The teen eventually fatally shot himself, police said.
Jacobs left two sons and a wife who was pregnant.

TENNESSEE


SPECIAL AGENT DE'GREAUN FRAZIER


De'Greaun Frazier
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agent was working undercover in Jackson, trying to buy illicit drugs from someone as they were sitting in a vehicle during in a sting operation, when the target pulled out a gun and tried to rob Frazier and an informant on August 9, authorities said.
Frazier, 35, was shot once and died at a hospital, the bureau said. The person accused of shooting him was arrested.
Frazier had joined the bureau only six months earlier. He was the first TBI officer ever killed in the line of duty.
OFFICER KENNY MOATS


Kenny Moats
The 32-year-old Maryville police officer and a partner went to a home to check a report of domestic violence involving someone with a gun on August 25. They parked their vehicle behind the house, found the alleged victim and helped that person to safety, police said.
The officers then took cover behind their vehicle to wait for help, but a man opened fire on them from a garage, hitting Moats in the neck, police said.
Other officers eventually arrested the shooter, police said. Moats died at a hospital.

TEXAS


OFFICER DAVID HOFER
Hofer was fatally shot in a park in Euless on March 1 while responding to a call of a suspicious person.
The suspect opened fire when Hofer and a partner arrived, police said.
SENIOR CPL. LORNE AHRENS


Lorne Ahrens
Ahrens, 48, of the Dallas Police Department was one of five law enforcement officers shot and killed by a gunman during a protest in Dallas on July 7.
The gunman, whom police eventually killed, had expressed that he was upset about recent police shootings, wanted to kill white people and white police officers, and "expressed anger for Black Lives Matter," Dallas police Chief David Brown said.
The protest was over two shootings earlier in the week in which officers fatally shot black civilians in Louisiana and Minnesota.
OFFICER MICHAEL KROL


Michael Krol
Krol, 40, of the Dallas Police Department, was one of five law enforcement officers shot and killed by a gunman during a protest in Dallas on July 7. (See entry for Cpl. Lorne Ahrens).
SGT. MICHAEL SMITH


Michael Smith
Smith, 55, of the Dallas Police Department, was one of five law enforcement officers shot and killed by a gunman during a protest in Dallas on July 7. (See entry for Cpl. Lorne Ahrens.)
OFFICER BRENT THOMPSON


Brent Thompson
Thompson, 43, a Dallas Area Rapid Transit officer, was one of five law enforcement officers shot and killed by a gunman during a protest in Dallas on July 7. (See entry for Cpl. Lorne Ahrens.) Thompson had gotten married less than two weeks earlier.
OFFICER PATRICK ZAMARRIPA


Patrick Zamarripa
Zamarripa, 32, of the Dallas Police Department, was one of five law enforcement officers shot and killed by a gunman during a protest in Dallas on July 7. (See entry for Cpl. Lorne Ahrens.)
DETECTIVE BENJAMIN MARCONI


Benjamin Marconi
San Antonio police officer Marconi, 50, was shot in his patrol car on November 20 outside police headquarters in what the department's chief described as a targeted killing.

UTAH


OFFICER DOUGLAS BARNEY


Douglas Barney
Barney, 44, of the United Police Department of Greater Salt Lake was shot and killed while investigating a traffic accident January 17.
Barney and other officers had responded to the accident and then began to search for two people who had fled the scene. Barney found a suspect who shot the officer, police said. A shootout followed, leaving the gunman dead and another police officer injured, authorities said.

VIRGINIA


TROOPER CHAD P. DERMYER


Chad Dermyer
Dermyer, a 37-year-old Virginia State Police trooper, was participating in a training operation with other troopers at a Greyhound bus station in Richmond on March 31 when a man walked away from his luggage.
Dermyer approached the man, and after the two talked for a few seconds, the man pulled a gun from his waistband and fatally shot the trooper, police said.
Dermeyer and his colleagues had been training to look for suspicious activity. The shooter was not involved in the training program.
OFFICER ASHLEY GUINDON
On her first day on the job with Prince William County police, Guindon, 28, was shot and killed February 27 while responding to a report of domestic violence at a Woodbridge house, police said.
Two other officers were shot and injured. A man suspected of shooting them also is accused of killing his wife, whose body was found inside the home, police said.
Guindon had taken her oath of office the day earlier.

WASHINGTON


OFFICER REGINALD 'JAKE' GUTIERREZ


Reginald "Jake" Gutierrez
Gutierrez, a Tacoma police officer, was shot and killed while responding to a report of domestic violence in that port city on November 30, police said.
He was a 17-year veteran of the force and was survived by his fiancee and children, police said.

WISCONSIN


DEPUTY SHERIFF DAN GLAZE
Glaze, 33, of the Rusk County Sheriff's Office was shot and killed October 29 while investigating a suspicious vehicle. A suspect was taken into custody.
An earlier version of this story mistakenly included deceased Sgt. Craig Hutchinson of the Travis County Sheriff's Office in Texas.[/size]
CNN's Eliott C. McLaughlin contributed to this report.
http://edition.cnn.com/2016/08/14/us/police-officers-fatal-shooting-line-duty-nationwide/

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