20 February 2009

Female Cop In Shooting, Overpowered, Lost Gun Before

Are Women Truly Capable Of Police Work?

Disturbing new details emerge about the Baltimore City Police officer,Traci McKissick involved in a fatal shooting last night. Records show she struggled and lost fights with male suspects in the past.

Four years ago, this week, after pulling over a vehicle, a struggle ensued with a male occupant. The man ended up wrestling the gun away from her and even firing a shot. It is seriously questionable as to whether this woman is capable of holding her own on the street.

I'm all for equality, but let's not push people incapable of doing the job just to say we're giving equal opportunity. Public safety is tough work, and not everyone, no matter their sex, is cut out for it. There is a young lady, a firefighter trainee, now dead, that would probably be alive today were it not for this kind of flawed, "progressive" thinking.

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