Sunday, April 5, 2009

Binghamton police waited for an hour outside silent building

Some of New York state's finest, bravely huddling in fear outside the Binghamton Immigration Center, hiding behind a SUV, waiting for the sounds of gunshots to cease.


These are the jokers that are supposed to "serve and protect?" Protect whom? Their pensions? Who authorized this hour long donut break while people inside were dying from their wounds?
How many people were shot while the police diddled outside?

I watched a CNN news conference Saturday with the Binghamton police chief and thought I heard him say cops waited outside for nearly 90 minutes before entering the building. Thought I had heard wrong, but maybe not.

And these are some of the same clowns that want to take away our guns. Between the corrupt, scared police, the federal goon squads and the criminals, we'd be fucked.


"Binghamton police arrived in minutes, heard no gunfire, and waited for about an hour before entering the building to make sure it was safe for officers."

Later stories have scrubbed the hour wait to having the police wait only 39 minutes before entering the center. Yes, only 39 MINUTES, gotta make sure it's safe for the Donut Brigade.

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