EPISODE 118

A war waged against dallas pd

 

Aug 1, 2022 | Podcast

Dallas Police Officers taking cover and searching for threats

A lone gunman killed 5 Dallas police officers and wounded several others in this 2016 attack following a series of contested officer involved shootings throughout the country. Lessons include ambush and counter-ambush tactics, the militarization of law enforcement, and a use of a bomb robot rigged with explosives to subdue the attacker. 

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