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SSG Michael Noll
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Sad brother Dale, waste of a life IMHO. No use of deadly force needed.
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MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
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SPC Joseph Kopac
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Sad she had to die. I wonder how many casualties there would of been if this riot happened in Russia or China. I want those responsible for that madness prosecuted. Not just the participants.
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She did not have to die.
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MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
3 mo
Agreed.
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SSgt Owner/Operator
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Powerful summation:
"The overriding fact about the tumult on January 6, in my opinion, is that security around the Capitol was ridiculously weak. Rioters never should have been allowed anywhere near the Capitol, and, needless to say, demonstrators–as they were in most cases, not rioters–should not have been invited inside the building by Capitol guards. I don’t know whether any investigation has yet uncovered the reasons behind the unforgivable lapse of security that resulted in Babbitt’s death, among many other things, but there is a story there that needs to be told."
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SSG Michael Noll
SSG Michael Noll
3 mo
Well put brother Keith.
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MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
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I wholeheartedly concur. Fact is, I'd be willing to bet dollars to donuts that Pelosi et al. had a hand in reducing security that day in order to trigger what happened. Keep in mind that they've proven government agents were interspersed in the crowd. They wanted an excuse to go after Trump and they got what they wanted. . . .
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Since Capital security reports to the Speaker of the House I have no doubt. I remember reading the MAA brought concerns, was it Jan 5 or early Jan 6, and was dismissed out of hand by Pelosi.
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