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Fallen hero: Police officer killed in St. Louis

This is what will continue to happen if we let the far left, BLM and Antifa take over this country. 

A sad news story from over the weekend as we remember a hero and make sure we don’t let the far left take over this country.

From KMOV4 in St. Louis

One of the police officers shot Saturday in south St. Louis City while responding to a shooting call has died from his injuries.

Officer Tamarris L. Bohannon
Officer Tamarris Bohannon was with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department for three and a half years. He was shot on Aug. 29 while responding to a shooting call in south St. Louis City and died from his injuries the next day. He was 29 years old.

St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
Officials with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said Officer Tamarris Bohannon responded to a shooting call Saturday when a man shot him in the head. Bohannon was taken to a hospital and died from his injuries on Sunday.

He was 29 years old and was on the force for three and a half years. He leaves behind a wife and three children.

“It is with the heaviest of hearts that we report that our critically injured officer has died… You will be deeply missed,” the department said on Twitter. “We cannot express how much we appreciate the hospital staff who continuously treated both officers for their injuries.”

Think about his wife and three kids, what they’re thinking right now. Does his life matter? Will the NBA remember his life.

The far left and democrats are ridiculous!!

 

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