“Wow… The Question No-one in Orlando is willing to answer; “Whose Pulse is on the Finger???””

 

Wow…  Fire Lieutenant Davis O’Dell  is the only official in Orlando who had the B__lls to ask the question (no quote because the entire interview is not posted) – how did the shooter get the assault rifle into that club???   

Fire Lieutenant Davis O’Dell

 

http://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2016/06/15/exp-fire-lieutenant-on-duty-during-orlando-shooting-brooke-baldwin-intv-ac.cnn/video/playlists/orlando-nightclub-shooting/
Wow… In my mind that is the question that must be answered first because that question reveals a serious weakness in “First line of defense…”
Wow…  I am bewildered at how no one except this fire chief is willing to ask that question… Wow… The most critical time for the security of a club is opening and closing because of the threat of being robbed for the most part… All security/law enforcement who work clubs are very present at the door at the opening because all the registers are full of cash and closing because the entire night’s take is inside… Protection and observance of the parking lot is most important to insure the safety of departing patrons…   

Wow…  Why is everybody ducking that question???
Who dropped the ball???
Someone has to be held accountable for his access to the club with an obvious arsenal…  This was no accident; it was a deliberate act that could have been avoided by  a simple locked door…
Like I have said several times, I live in Greensboro NC and every time I have gone to the Waffle House late on a weekend night there are two Uniform GPD  Officers standing at the door…
Just  their presence makes me feel safer…
Wow…  As I connect the dots, it is apparent to me that the off duty Police Officer working security was “out-of-place…”  That is obvious because Law Enforcement – 101.01 is to protect and serve which requires being on his post… I am just saying – someone has to be held accountable and this OPD was the first line of defense… Law Enforcement – 101.02 is to – well 101.02 is irrelevant if the Police Officer does not successfully accomplish 101.01; you must then go to 102.01… I am just saying…

Another observation I have made is the number of ex-police officers that are a fiber in this mesh or mess… The shooter worked for a security company – where was the professional who saw the problem with him and then did something about it – more than quit his job…
“Wow…   The Question No-one in Orlando is willing to answer; Whose Pulse is on the Finger…”
Wow… I worked as a manager of a book store and we had a security guard who would click his weapon safety on and off every time a black customer came to my counter… That was strange, so I reported him to my superior because it was killing business for one (which could have been his underline reason for doing it) and it made him appear to be a ticking time bomb… So how is it that Ex-police Officers miss this kind of stuff and don’t feel obligated to ensure that these people are properly dealt with…

Secondly, The Ex-NYPD Officer who sold the shooter the guns had to have noticed something strange about a guy who purchase the short version of an AR-15 like the kind secret service carry… Working as a Cop in NYPD is where you are going to see every kind of character there is out there; you learn to read people… I say again, there is way too many Ex-Police Officer entangled in this mesh or mess which to me – looks bad… Wow… I am just saying…

 In my mind the most peculiar thing about this entire event is how no – one has produce an alert message that was sent to all malls, churches, clubs, restaurants, and grocery store after the singer was brutally murdered on Friday night… To me that brutal killing should have been the warning sign that something really bad was barely averted by one man’s courageous actions…
That terrorist was armed to the teeth; he could have killed many more that he did… The way I see it he was a true ISIS terrorist because he committed suicide once he realized his plot had been spoiled…
After OPD ducked that bullet, in my mind they should have really beefed up security in all public venues…
Wow… I am just saying… So who is being held accountable for not sending out that emergency message???

“Wow…  The Question No-one in Orlando is willing to answer; “Whose Pulse is on the Finger???””
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