NRA’s Life of Duty Patriot “Catch & Release”

| January 31, 2013

The folks at the NRA’s Life of Duty send us their latest video “Catch and Release;

NRA Life of Duty presented by Brownells is proud to announce the release of this month’s Patriot Profile Feature “Catch & Release”. Brought to you by Smith & Wesson, this documentary shares the story of two Spokane County Deputies shot in the line of duty by a felon who had no business being on the street.

On June 19, 2012 Deputy Matt Spink and Deputy Michael Northway pulled a vehicle over in an investigative traffic stop, to question known associates of a dangerous felon regarding his whereabouts. Unbeknown to them, Charles Wallace, the man they were looking for sat in the front passenger seat in a disguise. The driver, a woman, and a small child were also in the car. As deputies approached the car, Wallace rolled out of the vehicle and shot them with their weapons holstered. He fled on foot and the occupants in the vehicle fled as well.
“This story is one of heroism and healing, unquestionable valor and unthinkable ignorance.”

Category: Guns

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  1. Living in Israel says:

    Before I came to Israel, I lived in Maryland. Every police officer I had the privilege to meet (Baltimore County, Prince Georges County PD and Sheriff Department, Harford County Sheriff, UMBC campus police, and Maryland State Police) left me with a strong sense of their professionalism. At least one of them, as far as I know, was killed in the line of service. As a student marshal, I had the privilege of working closely with the police officers at my school, and I even spent one night doing a ride-along.

    I have only the greatest respect for the Boys in Blue.