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"Call an officer"

What are we to do when even the police cannot cope? How is an entire city to mourn and move on?

This story just really made me sad. Mostly because I wouldn't have been able to do it either. Who's helping the helpers?

I don't pray, but good thoughts to the family. He was doing his job, as any good person would.

I'm sorry Paul Accardo. No one should have to witness what you surely did.

Read the story here: http://us.cnn.com/2005/US/09/06/police.suicide.ap/index.html

I hate it when you have to hear about this stuff, but I guess that's the reality of what this is.

How terribly, terribly sad. We need officials and police officers who care... But sometimes that caring is the weak spot that kills them.

MegaBrad sent me here! How's it going? This a little different over at Blogger! Just saying hi and have a good evening. I haven't read that article yet, but it doesn't sound good...sorry! Come visit if you like!

That blows. Trauma affects alot of people in different ways. You have to wonder if anything would have turned out differently if they had gotten help and support immediately instead of several days later.

I wouldn't be surprised if there was more stories like this.

It just fucking sucks. THe people you WANT around off themselves....AND it takes almost TWO WEEKS to get rid of Monkey Boy FEMA director. I'm sorry, but something is just NOT RIGHT about that guy....

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