Cameron Lee Kirsch on Tuesday posted a letter from Denton County Sheriff Tracy Murphree pretty much instructing his deputies to do the exact opposite of what was done in Parkland, Fla., or “inform your supervisor and we will work to get you re-assigned.”
— Cameron Lee Kirsch (@CameronLeeKirs1) February 27, 2018
— FOX 7 Austin (@fox7austin) February 27, 2018
“All commissioned deputies if you respond to an active shooter you are expected to take immediate action. We do not stage and wait for SWAT, we do not take cover in a parking lot, and we do not wait for another agency. We go in and do our duty. We go in to engage and stop the shooter and save lives,” writes Sheriff Murphree.
— RBe (@RBPundit) February 27, 2018
— Amanda Skinner (@ASkinner34070) February 27, 2018
God Bless Texas!! https://t.co/XP7hEyl8nX
— Proud Immigrant (@britishtouch1) February 27, 2018
That letter should be distributed from every police and sheriff’s office in the nation.
— RichThatcher (@Beermalt) February 27, 2018
— Andy Rutledge (@andyrutledge) February 27, 2018
As it should be https://t.co/evmXbNJR5J
— Paul Leitner-Wise (@PaulLeitnerWise) February 27, 2018
— GunRightsAcrossUSA (@GRAAmerica) February 27, 2018
God bless. THIS is a sheriff. https://t.co/fU0JfxKzxa
— Gordon Shuckrow III (@GordonShuckrow3) February 27, 2018
How about firing those who refuse to follow this directive? If you become a cop, you accept the attendant risks that come with the job as a sworn peace officer.
— Syntax Error ??? (@SyntaxError1871) February 27, 2018
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 25, 2018