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Old 29-05-2014, 08:35 PM   #473
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Originally Posted by lightgiver View Post

One of the few survivors with him is a P riest with obscure numbers that turned out to be map the city of the North...He miraculously survives several attempts made on his life, including a bomb going off in the Kings head pub witch he is outside of having a bit of a chat with assassins..with St Johns church across the road just passing the Obelisk just East of the red lion within the Triangle..The devil and his demons also attempt to turn his father against him, getting him hooked on D and G and convincing him that he is now a joke in the public's eyes he tries to shoot him, but Ends up shooting Elsie...

Some sources state that the first use of "SWAT" as an acronym for "Special Weapons and Tactics" was the Special Weapons and Tactics Squad established by the Philadelphia Police Department in 1964..A more prominent early SWAT team was established in the Los Angeles Police Department in 1967, by Inspector Daryl Gates..While the public image of SWAT first became known through the LAPD, perhaps because of its proximity to the mass media and the size and professionalism of the Department itself, the first actual SWAT-type operations were conducted north of Los Angeles in the farming community of Delano, California on the border between Kern and Tulare Counties in the San Joaquin Valley..John Nelson was the officer who conceived the idea to form a specially trained and equipped unit in the LAPD, intended to respond to and manage critical situations involving shootings while minimizing police casualties. Inspector Gates approved this idea, and he formed a small select group of volunteer officers. This first SWAT unit initially consisted of 15 teams of 4 men each, making a total staff of 60.. These officers were given special status and benefits, and were required to attend special monthly training sessions..The Columbine High School massacre in Colorado on April 20, 1999 was another seminal event in SWAT tactics and police response. As noted in an article in the Christian Science Monitor, "Instead of being taught to wait for the SWAT team to arrive, street officers are receiving the training and weaponry to take immediate action during incidents that clearly involve suspects' use of deadly force." The article further reported that street officers were increasingly being armed with rifles, and issued heavy body armor and ballistic helmets, items traditionally associated with SWAT units. The idea was to train and equip street officers to make a rapid response to so-called active-shooter situations..On February 7, 2008, a siege and subsequent firefight with a gunman in Winnetka, California led to the first line-of-duty death of a member of the LAPD's SWAT team in its 41 years of Xistence..., ma..Hey, let's be careful out there..Let's do it to them before they do it to us..I'm sending in BuckLey, see if we can OPen COmmunication, diffuse the situation..GRrrrrrrrrrrrr!...

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