Friday, March 21, 2014

The Student Sayings Of Joe Friday On Fridays From Los Angeles, California Case Thirty-Five

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin., #6, 14504-108 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5N 1G8

March XXIst, MMXIV

Hon. Jeff Johnson, MLA, Minister of Education, Progressive Conservative, Athabasca-Sturgeon-RedH2O

Dear Jeff:

In the analysis of crime, Sergeant Joe Friday of the Los Angeles Police Department has to separately plot attack plans no matter what case or assigned section he is working in. Many of these plans in policing must be worked out well in advance II prevent an outbreak of violence or II shut down the violence that has already occurred. Working a "Special Detail" with heavy weapons armaments such as rifles, shotguns, machine guns, batons or nightsticks, gas rockets, & grenades out of Homicide Division, the Sarge has charged with coordinating a police presence to quell future youth gang attacks in the Hollywood & Pacific Palisades areas of Los Angeles. The students & their adult leaders who are manipulating them have committed multiple murders in order to gain territory & so have proved that the police including Sgt. Friday might have to use "justifiable deadly force" to stop them from harming other non-violent gang members, as well as the public at large. Its not an assignment that puts the Sarge at ease, the killing of underage kids. Alas, it has to be done at points b/c if the LAPD doesn't stop more killings, violence will beget more violence in a retaliatory response, thus leading to open & completely uncontrollable warfare on the streets of Los Angeles that the police might not be able to control.

"We had rumours of an impending gang war between juvenile gangs in the city. Reportedly, the gangs were well supplied with homemade & black market weapons. We didn't know when the fighting might start. We had to try & stop it."

"If They're Old Enough II Shoot A Gun & Kill: They're Old Enough II Be Shot Down By One To Stop Them From Killing Anymore Or At All",


Source: "Dragnet", C. National Broadcasting Company, A Mark VII Production.

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