By Jared Keller: The Key To Bridging The Civil-Military Divide, According To Mattis
In an era where Americans seem increasingly at each other’s throats, Defense Secretary James Mattis has a simple idea for bridging the gulf between the civilian and military worlds: Be excellent to each other.
By KDVR-TV: Police Officer Won’t Face Charges After Fatally Shooting Vietnam Vet Defending Himself Against A Home Intruder
AURORA, Colo. — No criminal charges will be filed against an Aurora police officer who fatally shot a homeowner in July, the 17th Judicial District announced Monday.
Officer Drew Limbaugh shot and killed an armed homeowner, 73-year-old Richard “Gary” Black Jr., defending his grandson against an intruder, Dajon Harper, on July 30.
“Based on the evidence presented and the applicable Colorado law, there is no reasonable likelihood of success of proving any crimes beyond a reasonable doubt at trial,” District Attorney Dave Young wrote in his decision letter. “Therefore, no criminal charges will be filed against the law enforcement officer involved in this incident.”
Young added that “this review does not evaluate the appropriateness of the actions of the involved officers.”
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