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Following a short investigation it was determined that the officer was not responsible for the death of his wife.

A police officer in Pennsylvania will not receive any charges after shooting and killing his pregnant wife. The unborn baby was also killed. There has been no mention of the officers name in any news reports, but the name of his deceased wife, Joan Miller has been released.

Miller was 34 years old at the time, and the unborn child was 22 weeks old.

“She was shot and killed. She was pregnant at the time. The baby did not survive,” Montgomery County First Assistant District Attorney Kevin Steele told CBS News.

“We are investigating the case. There’s some indications at this point it was an accidental discharge on the gun. He is a off-duty state trooper and was cooperative with us throughout this investigation,” Steele said.

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Yet one of us, Marissa Alexander, gets 20 yrs, faces 60 yrs

for firing a warning shot defending herself from her estranged husband.
http://www.orlandosentinel.com/features/blogs/gone-viral/os-...

"When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know Peace." - Jimi Hendrix

number one cause of death

for pregnant women is murder.

Almost forgot to mention:

most employers test their operators for drugs after an accident.

Why not start testing Officers for steroids when they are a person of interest in a violent encounter?

What do you think, DP?

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

DNA test would establish paternity.

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The excuse of the decade.

"The officer claims that this was an accident that occurred when he was cleaning his gun, and that excuse was enough to absolve him of any charges. However, if he was not a police officer he would at the very least be charged with manslaughter."

Yeah because we all clean our gun while it's loaded....

Double standard rears it's ugly head, yet again.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

You don't start a good gun cleaning by putting

one in the chamber and pulling the trigger? It's by far the easiest way to make absolutely positive the gun is unloaded. Sometimes you can do it twice just to make sure it's not really loaded. ...;) /sarc/

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Lol

As a Veteran, this one strikes hard at the gut.

How could you ever shoot someone like that?

I mean, even during the functions check (should be done after every cleaning to ensure proper assembly), why the fuck was he even around ammunition?

I don't pretend to know all of the facts, but this doesn't look normal.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

All of you that pull

The trigger of your firearm before breaking it down raise your hand.

Personally

I look down the barrel to ensure there is no bullet.

I do...

...right after I have cycled the slide multiple times to make sure it isn't loaded. Then obviously, you point it at the ground and pull trigger.

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Got all your

Toes?

:D

Yes! I keep them in a jar on the mantle.

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And this while...

aiming it at your pregnant wife?

If this is true this man is incredibly STUPID and has not even the mental aptitude to be a Trooper's car washer.

Oh, wait. I got that backwards. Perfect candidate, move along, nothing to see here.

A woman and her child are dead. Her family; mother, father, sisters, brothers, destroyed. Don't they/we matter?

Is the police "state" that powerful now? To kill with impunity?

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