Man who shot Georgia sheriff, deputy was an ex-cop, official says

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Questions swirled Monday about how a woman, a former police officer and another man were killed -- while a sheriff and deputy suffered gunshot wounds.
What authorities know is that a domestic violence call went horribly wrong at a home outside Clarkesville, Georgia, on Sunday evening.
Habersham County Sheriff Joey Terrell and Deputy Bill Zigan responded to a domestic violence call and found a woman dead in the garage of the residence, said Rusty Andrews, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation's deputy director of investigations.
The two went inside the home, where "it appears that they were ambushed," Andrews said.
Zigan was hit multiple times, and Terrell was shot in the arm, CNN affiliate WGCL reported.
Terrell was released from the Northeast Georgia Medical Center late Sunday, and Zigan remains in the hospital for "further treatment and observation," County Manager Phillip Sutton said, adding that he's "hopeful that he will be released soon."
The alleged shooter in the incident is former Gainesville, Georgia, police officer Anthony Giaquinta, Sutton said. Authorities didn't immediately say how the shooter died.
Man who shot Georgia sheriff deputy was an ex-cop official says - CNN.com
This kind of stories absolutely discredit american cops. There is no confidence to them in our society. They are the most productive killers of American citizens. They don't recognize another methods of decision their conflicts exept agressive ones. Be afraid of police.
 

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Questions swirled Monday about how a woman, a former police officer and another man were killed -- while a sheriff and deputy suffered gunshot wounds.
What authorities know is that a domestic violence call went horribly wrong at a home outside Clarkesville, Georgia, on Sunday evening.
Habersham County Sheriff Joey Terrell and Deputy Bill Zigan responded to a domestic violence call and found a woman dead in the garage of the residence, said Rusty Andrews, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation's deputy director of investigations.
The two went inside the home, where "it appears that they were ambushed," Andrews said.
Zigan was hit multiple times, and Terrell was shot in the arm, CNN affiliate WGCL reported.
Terrell was released from the Northeast Georgia Medical Center late Sunday, and Zigan remains in the hospital for "further treatment and observation," County Manager Phillip Sutton said, adding that he's "hopeful that he will be released soon."
The alleged shooter in the incident is former Gainesville, Georgia, police officer Anthony Giaquinta, Sutton said. Authorities didn't immediately say how the shooter died.
Man who shot Georgia sheriff deputy was an ex-cop official says - CNN.com
This kind of stories absolutely discredit american cops. There is no confidence to them in our society. They are the most productive killers of American citizens. They don't recognize another methods of decision their conflicts exept agressive ones. Be afraid of police.
I wouldn't want to see how many people would be dying without them.
 

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