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Dear Police Superintendent... YOU SUCK!!!

Okay, so this police woman gets shot in Sydney, yes?

She's okay and all. But let me just inform/remind you that she is a 34-year-old professional, trained policewoman.

And here is a remark from the NSW Police Superintendent:

Supt King said Const Roth, whose parents visited her bedside, had undergone surgery and would make a full recovery.

"She's a very lucky girl," he said.

Girl? GIRL???

Bite me.



Feb. 27th, 2006 12:19 am (UTC)
amen to that Buneater!!

I read the article in the Sun Herald on this... they say she got shot in the abdomen, and the stupid tv people say lower chest....:S

But seriously, at night, its really stupid to have a single officer on duty, sure it costs money, but i would rather my officers alive and not injured, than only have one, and save a little money. money doesnt equal someones life... Bet they dont have only one officer overnight in Redfern.... * shaks fist*
Feb. 27th, 2006 02:29 am (UTC)
she probably was shot in the lower chest, but they used abdomen because it is one word as opposed to two.

But yes, totally agree on the lack of policemen. They should have had two, and this case proves it. what if no one found her?
Feb. 27th, 2006 03:26 am (UTC)
ummm...abdomen, lower chest...pretty much the same area for the lay-person...

the correct term is probably the epigastrium, but hey? what do I know?
Feb. 27th, 2006 06:28 am (UTC)
And the TV people probably couldn't pronounce it, and afterwards they would have had to explain to the rest of us that's the lower chest / abdomen. :P

And I agree, how much space is there between lower chest and abdomen? You really can't fit that many classification areas in... :P Besides, it's really only the people operating on her who need to know the EXACT area, the rest of us can deal with the gist...
Feb. 27th, 2006 11:19 am (UTC)
yeah yeah, doctor types :P But i'm still right, the lower chest would have been dropped for word size. happens all the time. watch out for atoms and electrons...

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