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Week-328-April-09-2007

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Week 328
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Is excited delirium a fake condition invented to whitewash abusive force?
Two perspectives on law enforcement’s role in the violent human meltdown known as excited delirium faced off on National Public Radio recently, in broadcasts that have themselves become controversial.

On one side in the two-program report were two police critics, a staff lawyer with the ACLU and the director of a California "watchdog" group ... Full Story

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Ralph "Bucky" Phillips being escorted into the Chemung County Courthouse in Elmira, N.Y., last November. (AP Photo/Kevin Rivoli)


Cop killer "Bucky" Phillips impersonated trooper, had time of his life on the run

DANNEMORA, N.Y. — A man who escaped from jail and eluded authorities for more than five months said he disguised himself as a state trooper and spoke with a real trooper during his time on the run, a newspaper reported.

Ralph "Bucky" Phillips, who is serving 40 years to life in prison for killing a state trooper and wounding two others, told The New York Times in a story published Saturday that his time as a fugitive wasn't bad ... Full Story

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PoliceOne Training Tip:
Keep your eyes forward

When talking on portable radios, many officers look away from what is taking place in front of them to look at their microphone while transmitting ... Full Tip (Secured- LE only)

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Va. officer shot at robbery scene
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N.C. police fatally shoot man after he fires at them
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Pa. officer shoots armed slaying suspect
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Mass. trooper makes daring water rescue
[Boston, MA]
 

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D.C. officer critically injured in Good Friday procession
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Database: Pa. has 1.4 million warrants outstanding
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Suspect eludes Denver police after high-speed chase
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Calif. residents turn in guns for $50, no questions asked
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