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    http://www.komonews.com/news/local/69420262.html

    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...ukwila06m.html

    person of interestarriving at harborview 1 neck area wound and 1 lower right area

    2people detained - witnesses/information

    same styule car covered - waiting on warrant for apt and car

    weapon recovered "handgun"- spd opened fire when suspect drew weapon

    area secured - by tukwila

    spd is in charge of investigation


    50+ units in tukwila


    can't stand danger jim. i remember him during the northgate shooting .thinks he is the man.



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    I was driving north on I-5 at Southcenter at around 3:45ish when I looked up to see 4-choppers in the air cirlcling the Tukwila area. I continued up the freeway to see multiple LEO's leaving Seattle (from the Memorial, I guess) but a few of the Tukwila PD cruisers were lights-on and flying, while the majority of the other agencies were not.

    I turned the radio to KOMO 1000 to see what was going on, and they announced that there had been an officer involved shooting in Tukwila that was in connection with the Officer Brenton investigation. They also said that the 'person of interest' (who now had a bullet or more in him) was now being taken to a local hospital.

    As they said this, I saw a Medic One coming up the freeway behind me, being escorted by one King County Sheriff cruiser and one Tukwila PD cruiser headed towards the James Street exit (towards Harborview), and since I was headed to Harborview as well (on business), I was able to catch up to the convoy just as they had parked at the ER Ambulance entrance and were unloading the suspect. Quite an interesting afternoon.

    I hope the guy survives so that (if he is the shooter) he can face justice for what he has done to a family, department, and community.

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    in one way I hope he gets justice but on the other hand I dont want to pay for him to be locked up.

    also at least it was spd that shot him. that will give them some closure

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    Boo Boo wrote:
    in one way I hope he gets justice but on the other hand I dont want to pay for him to be locked up.

    also at least it was spd that shot him. that will give them some closure
    Cold blooded murderers should never be locked up, they should just be hanged after they are found guilty.

    Our society has gotten way to soft on violent criminals.

    If this guy they got is indeed the murderer of Officer Brenton, and he doesn't get the death penalty, I'm going to be pissed something fierce.

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    FMCDH wrote:
    Cold blooded murderers should never be locked up, they should just be hanged after they are found guilty.

    Our society has gotten way to soft on violent criminals.

    If this guy they got is indeed the murderer of Officer Brenton, and he doesn't get the death penalty, I'm going to be pissed something fierce.
    +1 Hang em high.

    - Agree that we are way to soft on criminals, andinhumanly violent offenders shouldbedispatched with as soon as found guilty. Maybe given 6 months to prove innocent under some strange circumstances...

    Yeah that's hardcore.. but why do we keep monsters and demonsin closets and little boxesanyways ??

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    Amen sir! Makes more sense AND saves a boat load of money.

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    Batousaii wrote:
    FMCDH wrote:
    Cold blooded murderers should never be locked up, they should just be hanged after they are found guilty.

    Our society has gotten way to soft on violent criminals.

    If this guy they got is indeed the murderer of Officer Brenton, and he doesn't get the death penalty, I'm going to be pissed something fierce.
    +1 Hang em high.

    - Agree that we are way to soft on criminals, andinhumanly violent offenders shouldbedispatched with as soon as found guilty. Maybe given 6 months to prove innocent under some strange circumstances...

    Yeah that's hardcore.. but why do we keep monsters and demonsin closets and little boxesanyways ??

    Bat.
    You know, I have no problem with a grace period to allow for the appeals process, but NO-ONE should ever be locked up for life. If a person is deemed so dangerous that they cannot be rehabilitated in any amount of time and released back to society as a citizen, then they need to be put to death.

    My idea is that anyone that would normally be given a life sentence, instead be given 20 years to rehabilitate or die. No parole, no reprieve, just 20 years flat and if they cannot show that they can be released safely, hang them.

    Of course, this doesn't preclude anyone from just being given the death penalty straight out by a jury, but I think a "life sentence" is just idiotic.

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    i guess he is linked to an arson by what he left at the shooting. also had bomb making materials and a couple rifles one a military style "assault"rifle. also believe he may have set off a few explosives in his neihborhood and owned the d210 and a police style crown vic.



    I really hate how he is getting more attention then Officer Brenton and Sweeney.

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    I really hate how he is getting more attention then Officer Brenton and Sweeney.
    Take it from me, I have personal experience in this, he will get attention until trial, then Brenton and Sweeney will get a little attention, but after sentencing both will, unfortunately, be forgotten until another officers in the area loses his life.
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    "A policeman's lot is not a happy one"

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    antispam540 wrote:
    "A policeman's lot is not a happy one"
    I haven't heard that one for a long time.
    "A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity."

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    Cold blooded murderers should never be locked up, they should just be hanged after they are found guilty.
    Our Due Process Right is one of many guaranteed by the Constitution, and includes the right to appeal to a higher court.

    You can't pick and choose which Constitutional rights you support. You must support all Constitutional rights with equal zeal, or risk any credibility you have in supporting only certain rights.

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    If he lives and goes to trial in this state he will NEVER be put to death!

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    deanf wrote:
    Cold blooded murderers should never be locked up, they should just be hanged after they are found guilty.
    Our Due Process Right is one of many guaranteed by the Constitution, and includes the right to appeal to a higher court.

    You can't pick and choose which Constitutional rights you support. You must support all Constitutional rights with equal zeal, or risk any credibility you have in supporting only certain rights.
    +1

    And until we recognize this we're a bunch of hypocrites.
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    Bookman wrote:
    deanf wrote:
    Cold blooded murderers should never be locked up, they should just be hanged after they are found guilty.
    Our Due Process Right is one of many guaranteed by the Constitution, and includes the right to appeal to a higher court.

    You can't pick and choose which Constitutional rights you support. You must support all Constitutional rights with equal zeal, or risk any credibility you have in supporting only certain rights.
    +1

    And until we recognize this we're a bunch of hypocrites.
    Yea, um....look three more posts down from that one fellas. Try reading ALL related posts before you comment or condemn. Its called a running dialog for a reason.

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    I saw that, FMCDH. Doesn't mean I can't agree in my own way.
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    Bookman wrote:
    I saw that, FMCDH. Doesn't mean I can't agree in my own way.
    Ok, Understood.

    I'm all for due process, but when due process has been delivered, so justice needs to be, and we have an unequal level of due process to justice in this country right now.

    JMHO

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    I agree there, also. I just think we need to let the criminal justice system handle this. IF he's found guilty I think he should be executed in the most expeditious manner possible.

    AND I think the number of appeals should be limited and processed within a given length of time, say 2 years (just for an example).
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    And agree too about due process and equal constitutional support across all it's writings. I just firmly believe that after due process has run it's course, that excessively violent offenders should be disposed of and not kept around for some misplaces sense or morality in not relieving this realm of an evil being. If we didn't keep the seriously dangerous offenders, then we would have room for the less dangerous ones that SHOULD spend 20 years in jail and/or released if punishment served... Flip side.. I also believe that if you served your time, then that's it, your done, all rights restored period. If your dangerous enough to not own a gun, then you should either be in jail or disposed of properly. -- Harsh, yes... but that's how i feel.... we should also have A LOT less laws... it should be a lot harder to actually BE made into a criminal via too many laws, and with less laws, come stiffer penalties for breaking the big ones..... America is supposed to be "land of the free, home of the brave" yes ?? where did that ever go?? Too many laws, too easy to be made into a criminal, and way to easy on the REAL criminals... Something is seriously wrong here.

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    Stlhead wrote:
    If he lives and goes to trial in this state he will NEVER be put to death!
    In this case one could hope that he survives his wounds but they leave him totally incapacitated and in great pain that medication can't relieve. We could further hope that he lives a long time in this condition.
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    i was in harborview when they brought him in on friday the whole place went on lockdown all kinds of cops all over it was so freaky on the sameday as the memorial service they catch the guy

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    It has now been verified by Dep. Chief Pugel that Monfort used a Mini 14 in .223 in the Brenton killing.
    "A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity."

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    no its a saiga .223 assault rifle and they said it was pieced together with numerous dift parts





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    Ahhh I just saw a glimpse of it on the news and it looked like a mini 14. Thanks for clarifying it Boo Boo.
    "A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity."

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