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Family Of Cop-Killer: If Officer Had Stayed In His Car, He Wouldn’t Have Been Shot

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On July 5th, 2014, Indianapolis Police Officer Perry Renn responded to a call from neighbors that a man was brandishing a gun in the street. When Officer Renn arrived, he found Suspect Major Davis Jr. who was armed with a semi-automatic rifle. Davis then shot and killed Officer Renn in a shootout. Davis was also wounded but survived the gun battle and has been charged with Murder.

The Davis family blamed the Officer Renn for not staying in his police car when he saw Davis had a gun.

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  • This family is insane! They want to blame someone other than their son or whatever relation this PUNK is. Get real people. What a waste of human flesh!

  • I’ll just say what’s in everyones mind this officer was doing his job and was shot dead upholding the law the shooter’s family acts like since his father died in police custody he should be above the law at one point she talks about the officer firing his gun around children when the suspect was walking around with a semi automatic rifle does she realize how ignorant she sounds!! STUPID PEOPLE ARE the problem here.

  • How about this, if this idiot wasnt in the middle of the street with an assault weapon, threatening the safety of the entire “hood”, NONE of this would have happened. #commonsense

  • If the suspect would have had common sense not to bring a weapon outside in the middle of a neighborhood then the police would have never been called in. I handle these calls all the time. People run from gun fire. It’s the ones with a badge on their chest that run to the gun fire.

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