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Week-466-November-30-2009

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Week 466
11/30/2009
In-Depth News Coverage
Career criminal who killed four Wash. police officers still at large

Fort Hood
Clockwise from top left: Sgt. Mark Renninger, Officer Ronald Owens, Officer Tina Griswold and Officer Gregory Richards. Far right: Maurice Clemmons.

Maurice Clemmons, the career criminal wanted in the ambush shooting of four Lakewood, Wash. police officers, remains at large. The gunman burst into a coffeeshop and opened fire on the officers as they sat working on their laptops early Sunday morning.

In-depth coverage of the attack
Ambush in Lakewood: God bless these fallen peacekeepers
News Analysis
In this brutal attack, four veteran police officers were killed in the line of duty. Those who knew and worked side by side with these fine officers are devastated. Take a moment to reflect on this incident and mourn for the fallen heroes who wore their uniforms with pride ... Full column
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When insanity rules and 'understanding' trumps condemnation
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In the wake of the Lakewood police officers' murders, the mainstream press will try to "understand" who the suspect is and why he took the lives of these peacekeepers. Just as the Fort Hood shooter was labeled everything from "frightened" to "victimized," the implied blame ends up not on the suspect, but on our society as a whole. Here's why we need to stop understanding and start condemning these suspects ... Full column
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Conn. cops rally as shooting suspect goes to court

Text-a-Tip programs allow tipsters to help officers

Minn. K-9 mistakenly euthanized after escaping kennel

Pa. trooper's Crown Vic bursts into flames

Calif. man wanted for parole violation shoots at officers

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San Jose police clarify response to mental disturbances

Mo. agency credited for helping families of fallen officers

Minn. cop probed for citizen's arrest of kids

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The survivor's rule of three

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