Do you actually believe that Douglas Co. Deputy Dustin Alexander is a "hero"? Exactly what "heroic" action was Deputy Alexander engaged in when he took the bullet, huh? Exactly what proof has been provided by Douglas County Sheriff Troy Wolberson that Deputy Dustin Alexander is a "hero," huh? None, right?
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Deputy Alexander was just standing by a suspicious vehicle doing his job when he was shot, wasn't he? He was, wasn't he? That isn't "heroic," is it? It isn't, is it?
The Douglas County Board of Commissioners at Tuesday’s meeting took some time to honor the actions of Deputy Dustin Alexander and dispatchers Karey Payne and Michael Henrion after the suspect had opened fire. Heroes in the face of danger By Blaze Fugina, The rag called Echo Press on May 9, 2014 at 12:00 a.m.
Of course, if Sheriff Troy Wolberson had sent me the incident report that he is legally required to send me, then we would have more details, wouldn't we? We would, wouldn't we?
And, if Sheriff Troy Wolberson had sent me a copy of the dash cam video that he is legally required to send me, then we could have saw this rootin' tootin' shootin' proof for ourselves, couldn't we? We could, couldn't we?
“Deputy Dustin Alexander, after being shot, used his instincts, his experience and his training, and he was able to return fire and move back to the cover of his squad car,” Wolbersen said. “He continued to receive fire from the suspect while doing this, yet was able to call out on his radio that he had been shot and began communicating with dispatch and other responding units.” Heroes in the face of danger By Blaze Fugina, The rag called Echo Press on May 9, 2014 at 12:00 a.m.
In fact, all I received from Sheriff Troy Wolberson was a bill for $55.75 for free electronic data and a notice that there is no dash cam video, wasn't it? It was, wasn't it?
And I asked for a copy of the incident report didn't I? I did, didn't I? And I asked for the name of the county attorney who was doing the use of force report, didn't I? I did, didn't I? And I asked if there was a mobile video recording device in the squad, didn't I? I did, didn't I? Yet, Sheriff Troy Wolberson willfully refused to send any of that public information, did he? He did, didn't he? Sounds really suspicious, doesn't it? It does, doesn't it? (The $55.75 is for the free electronic data called the Douglas County Sheriff's Dept. policy & procedure manual, isn't it? It is, isn't it?)
City Of Maplewood Police Department Mobile Video Recorder Policy:
According to Sheriff Wolberson's rootin', tootin', shootin' fairytale, Deputy Alexander was able to return fire during a high-stress incident, wasn't he? However, according to Sheriff Wolberson's $55.75 bill, Deputy Alexander was unable to activate his dash cam video prior to the high-stress incident, wasn't he? Sounds really suspicious, doesn't it? It does, doesn't it?
“It is my opinion Deputy Warner was justified in the use of deadly force under the facts and circumstances in this case,” Mahnomen County Attorney Darlene Rivera Spalla wrote in a letter to the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. “I see no violation of the deadly force statue by the deputy.” Norman County deputy justified in shooting at suspect, review states. ADA, Minn. – A Norman County deputy shot during a traffic stop last month was justified in firing at the suspect, according to the Minnesota county attorney reviewing the case. By: Forum News Service, INFORUM. Published May 15, 2014, 08:52 PM.
How can Deputy Alexander fall back onto his training and return fire, yet Deputy Alexander can't fall back onto his training and activate the squad audio and video? That sound really, really suspicious, doesn't it? It does, doesn't it?
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner has ruled Blowers death a suicide by gunshot and Christopherson’s death was ruled a homicide. BCA investigators believe Blowers shot Christopherson, then himself. The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating the incident. According to the preliminary investigation, at 9:51 p.m. Monday, Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputy Dustin Alexander responded to the scene of a suspicious vehicle, just southeast of Alexandria. Suspects identified in Alexandria deputy shooting Deputy shot, two suspects dead in Douglas County By Forum News Service. Posted: February 26, 2014 – 5:03pm.
And, it is even more suspicious when the Norman County Attorney's office sent me their use of force report and Sheriff Wolberson didn't, isn't it? It is, isn't it?
Alexander obtained identification from Christopherson and Blowers and briefly returned to his squad. When Alexander returned to the vehicle a second time, Blowers shot the deputy in the chest, striking him in his a bullet-resistant vest. Alexander returned fire. The suspects drove off, but became stuck in the snow approximately 50 to 60 yards away. Both then fled on foot. Suspects identified in Alexandria deputy shooting Deputy shot, two suspects dead in Douglas County By Forum News Service. Posted: February 26, 2014 – 5:03pm.
It is especially suspicious since the rootin', tootin', shootin' fairytale for Douglas Co. was spun in February and the Norman Co. shooting happened in April, isn't it? It is, isn't it?
PERLEY – A Norman County sheriff's deputy was shot and wounded this morning near Perley and authorities are searching for the shooter. Clay County Sheriff Bill Bergquist said his department has been called in to help in the search. Bergquist said about 8:30 a.m., a Norman County deputy made a traffic stop on County Road 39 east of Perley. Deputy shot, wounded in Norman County. By Forum News Service. Posted: April 15, 2014 – 10:15am.
Renville County Sheriff's Department Mobile Video Recorder Policy:
Douglas county Sheriff Troy Wolberson sent me a bill $55.75 for the free electronic data, didn't he? He did, didn't he?
Apparently, Sheriff Wolberson is using some of those tactics from behind the Iron Curtain to censor me, huh?
After exchanging angry words with Schalow in a phone call, Edenloff called Mark Anfinson, the attorney for the Minnesota Newspaper Association, and asked his opinion. A flabbergasted Anfinson told Edenloff the protocol appeared to violate both the First Amendment and Minnesota's open records statutes. "This is something you would have expected to see behind the Iron Curtain," Anfinson said. "I told [Edenloff] that the best remedy for this would be a story, that it wouldn't stand the light of day." Douglas County's attempt to muzzle press hits buzz saw of opposition – A Douglas County official learned how much local residents value a free press when he issued a policy that he would screen stories in the local paper. Larry Oakes, Star Tribune. Last update: March 12, 2006. 9:58 PM.
Sheriff Wolberson knows that this award for the so-called "hero" Deputy Dustin Alexander is sensationalist nonsense, doesn't he? He does, doesn't he?
Douglas County Sheriff Troy Wolberson is just upset because someone dared to expose his political circus, isn't he? He is, isn't he?
More to come . . .
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