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Charges dropped against cop shooting fellow officer 5 times in Southern Ontario
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11-23-2019 12:01 AM

 




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I don't know the details of this case, but the world sure could use more "good cops" putting bullets in their fellow cops who cross the line.

Recall reading from some other sources online when this happened that the officer who was shot was becoming increasingly disliked within certain factions the force. Sounds like he's quite the hothead, but don't quote me on that.

Interesting story nevertheless.

https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2019/11...ficer.html

Quote:In an Ontario Court of Justice in St. Catharines on Friday, Crown attorney Ian Bulmer said there was no reasonable prospect of conviction in the case against Niagara Regional Police Det. Sgt. Shane Donovan.

He asked the judge to withdraw charges of attempted murder, aggravated assault and assault with a weapon.

On Nov. 29, 2018, Donovan, 57, and NRP Const. Nathan Parker were investigating a motor vehicle collision on Effingham Street and Roland Road in Pelham.

There was an altercation between the two officers and Parker, 52, was shot at least five times, according to police sources.

He was injured in the shoulder and upper leg and one bullet took off the end of his nose. His bulletproof vest stopped or deflected other bullets.

Donovan, a 20-year veteran of the police force who headed up the collision reconstruction unit at the time of the shooting, was charged in March following an investigation by the province’s Special Investigations Unit.

In a separate but parallel investigation, Ontario Provincial Police charged Parker in May with assaulting a police officer, assault with intent to resist arrest and assault with a weapon in connection with the same incident.
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Wild Stallion
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11-23-2019 12:56 AM

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RE: Charges dropped against cop shooting fellow officer 5 times in Southern Ontario
Good cop? How so? There's so much missing from this story.
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11-23-2019 01:14 AM

 




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RE: Charges dropped against cop shooting fellow officer 5 times in Southern Ontario
Wild Stallion  Wrote: (11-23-2019 12:56 AM)
Good cop? How so? There's so much missing from this story.

Like I said, I had read some comments elsewhere stating that the cop that was shot had a history of bad behavior, and some factions within the force really disliked what he was doing. You'll have to dig in to it to find some of that, but that's what I picked up and it seemed like he deserved it.
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11-23-2019 01:29 AM

 




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RE: Charges dropped against cop shooting fellow officer 5 times in Southern Ontario
Parker is the one that was shot 5 times by Officer Donovan.

Quote:Bulmer said the prosecution reviewed the evidence but he wouldn’t reveal additional details because the alleged victim, Const. Nathan Parker, is still being prosecuted on assaulting a peace officer with a firearm and baton and other charges stemming from the Nov. 29, 2018 incident in Pelham at a traffic accident scene. He was charged in March.

https://torontosun.com/news/provincial/n...-withdrawn
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11-23-2019 01:48 AM

 




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RE: Charges dropped against cop shooting fellow officer 5 times in Southern Ontario
So people have no interest in stories of good cops standing up to bad cops and putting them in their place?

To me, it's a sign of Hope.

Even for those not looking deeper into the story of what happened or the reputation of Officer Parker, at worst it's like a story of stormtroopers shooting another stormtrooper.

That's a good sign. I took it as a sign of the coming dawn.
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RE: Charges dropped against cop shooting fellow officer 5 times in Southern Ontario
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-23-2019 01:48 AM)
So people have no interest in stories of good cops standing up to bad cops and putting them in their place?

To me, it's a sign of Hope.

Even for those not looking deeper into the story of what happened or the reputation of Officer Parker, at worst it's like a story of stormtroopers shooting another stormtrooper.

That's a good sign. I took it as a sign of the coming dawn.

op, both cops have been involved in assaulting other cops

neither of them are any good
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11-23-2019 05:00 AM

 




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RE: Charges dropped against cop shooting fellow officer 5 times in Southern Ontario
Police tend to stick together no matter what,
even making up false alibis to cover for each other.
In op's story,
it's not clear who the 'good' cop really is,
the general public will never know unfortunately.
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11-23-2019 06:34 PM

 




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RE: Charges dropped against cop shooting fellow officer 5 times in Southern Ontario
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-23-2019 05:00 AM)
Police tend to stick together no matter what,
even making up false alibis to cover for each other.
In op's story,
it's not clear who the 'good' cop really is,
the general public will never know unfortunately.

It may be somewhat telling that Parker was convicted for his assaults on his fellow officer, while Donovan (the one who shot Parker) was not.

Again, based on a few sources I read online who seemed to have inside information, it appears Parker had a long history of bad behavior and people within the force had mounting concerns about him and he was not liked.

Donovan, based on what I've read, is well liked and respected.

Believe what you will.
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11-23-2019 06:36 PM

 




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RE: Charges dropped against cop shooting fellow officer 5 times in Southern Ontario
Regardless of how bad the cop that got shot was, this outcome does not inspire confidence in our justice system.
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11-24-2019 01:05 AM

 




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RE: Charges dropped against cop shooting fellow officer 5 times in Southern Ontario
There are no good cops. Period.

They all need shooting.
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11-24-2019 01:15 AM

 




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RE: Charges dropped against cop shooting fellow officer 5 times in Southern Ontario
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (11-23-2019 11:35 PM)
Regardless of how bad the cop that got shot was, this outcome does not inspire confidence in our justice system.

It could be a sign that things are slowly changing. The court sided in the favour of the "good cop" and convicted the "bad cop" of a prior altercation he had.

The justice system is indeed broken, but at least there's something in place and not total anarchy.

Again, this may well be nothing in the long run, but maybe it's an early sign for things getting better.

This is the first time I've heard a story about one cop putting bullets in a fellow cop while on duty, with him deserving it. Usually "good cops" do nothing and stay quiet because of the "thin Blue line", so this is huge.
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