September 6, 2019
If you ever meet a fedora tipper who still believes that women should be put in positions of authority, show him this video.
It highlights – no, shines a massive floodlight on – just how utterly useless these wenches are in the face of adversity, even when the wench in question is a HIGHLY TRAINED police officer and her opponent is an untrained, slightly-built, half-retarded missing link.
Shocking footage has emerged of an out-of-control man locked in an altercation with a sheriff before gaining control of her gun and firing it at her.
The bullets fired at the officer missed and she luckily escaped the incident without life-threatening injury.
The San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputy had responded to calls from a distressed mother in Victorville who pleaded with police to remove her son from her home, shortly before 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Deputy Meagan Forsberg arrived on the scene in the 13000 block of Cabazon Court and attempted to arrest the man but he evaded her and a fight broke out.
In distressing scenes, the man can be seen punching the deputy multiple times in the face and head before a short struggle for her weapon ensues.
He gains control of the gun and proceeds to fire it at the officer multiple times as she attempts to run away.
‘He got the gun, standing like this and pointing at her. Because she was on the ground just waiting, just waiting to get killed,’ a neighbour told ABC 7.
Moments later, three police cars with their sirens blazing arrive on the scene and the man appears to surrender before another shot can be heard.
A police officer then opens fire on the man.
According to local media reports, Officer Meagan Forsberg did not sustain any bullet wounds, and was taken to hospital without serious injury.
‘She was so lucky. She was lucky this time,’ the neighbour said.
The suspect, who police have identified as 21-year-old Ari Young, was seen being placed on a stretcher and taken to hospital. His condition is not known.
Maybe we need some kind of fund to train better lady cops?