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Today was the start of police week for this year, and tonight was the candle light memorial. This year my good friend, Eugene, Oregon police officer Chris Kilcullen will be added to the wall of fallen officers at the national memorial. He joins another 160 plus brother & sister officers lost in the line of duty this year.
I just wanted to say, rest in peace 1-Mary-18, you may be lost, but will NEVER be forgotten.
I never dreamed it would be me,
Well, its happened again out here in the pacific northwest. We've lost another police officer in the line of duty. This time, it was a Washington State Patrol officer, who was shot and killed on a traffic stop. IT looks like I'll have to fire my patrol unit up, if the brass will let me, and drive up for the memorial. If the brass won't let me take the truck, I'm still going, In the mean time, my P.O.V. is proudly flying a thin blue line decal.
I didn't know the officer,
Ok,. I'm down to about a week before the surgery, and the nerves are starting to hit...Got the pre admission b.s. done this morning, as well as set up the appointment with the anesthesiologist. The hospital told me I'm staying at least one night, probably more. Guess I play that by ear depending on how I feel.
So, it seems like now the nerves set in & the little voice keeps asking if I really want to do this, which is answered very loudly by my back, with a resounding "Hell
Sheesh, I can't win it looks like. Two back surgeries last year, and now, I may be headed for surgery # 4. My back started acting up after I responded with the local city pd as a back up officer on a family dispute call. Long story short, the male half decided to not go with the program when we decided it was time to cuff and stuff him. We had to take him to the ground (hard) then tazed him 2 times to get him to comply. My back felt weird at felt a little weird after the incident, but it wasn't
Today was a crappy day. It was the memorial for my friend and brother officer, Chris Kilkullen. Chris was an officer with the Eugene, Oregon police, and lost his life when he was shot by a woman with no criminal background. Of course, now she's claiming she's mentally ill, hoping to avoid the death penalty.
The memorial was fitting to a fallen hero, even if it would have embarassed him. The only time I cried was when the they did the last radio call, which went something like