Philly cop says worn-out holster led to shooting
A woman grabbed the officer's gun and shot him in the foot
Philadelphia Daily News
PHILADELPHIA — An Amtrak police officer has sued the national rail corporation, claiming it's liable for an incident in which a woman was able to grab his gun and shoot him in the foot.
James Bullard, 65, a 29-year veteran of the Amtrak force, was working at 30th Street Station on March 9, 2008, when he got in line at McDonald's to buy a cop of coffee, according to the suit, filed in Common Pleas Court in Philadelphia.
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