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    Brent Thompson, 43, DART Officer
    Brent Thompson, 43, joined Dallas Area Rapid Transit agency in 2009. He was killed in Friday’s attack.

    Department spokesman Morgan Lyons said Thompson was the first DART officer to be killed in the line of duty since the agency formed a police department in 1989.

    “As you can imagine, our hearts are broken,” Lyons said in a statement. “This is something that touches every part of our organization. We have received countless expressions of support and sympathy from around the world through the evening. We are grateful for every message. Thank you.”



    Navarro College in Texas told The Huffington Post that Thompson took a training course there in 2004. Thompson’s LinkedIn profile says he taught at the college in the early 2000s, before working as an international police liaison officer for DynCorp International, a private military contractor. As part of his role for DynCorp, he mentored and trained police officers in Iraq and Afghanistan, his profile says.

    He had recently married a fellow officer, DART Chief JD Spiller told reporters.

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    Lorne Ahrens, 48, Dallas Police
    Sr. Cpl. Lorne Ahrens, a 14-year veteran of the department, was killed on Thursday. He worked for a time in a unit serving warrants, Buckingham said, an assignment where danger can come with any door knock. Ahrens may have quelled a lot of potential resistance with his bulk, a shaved head and heavily tattooed arms.

    In one 2003 incident, according to court documents, Ahrens, with his lineman’s build, sprinted fast enough to tackle a suspected cocaine dealer running away from a bust. According to testimony, the suspect had dropped a .38 caliber pistol and an SKS assault rifle was found in the house.

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    Michael Smith, 55, Dallas Police
    Michael Smith, who was part of the Dallas police force for nearly two decades, was killed in the attack, according to The Dallas Morning News, WFAA and KFDM.

    Smith’s sister told KFDM he joined the Dallas Police Department in 1989, and his brother-in-law told WFAA Smith didn’t want to retire out of concern for other officers. The Dallas Morning News reported that Smith once used his own body to protect his partner from being struck by an object a gang member was holding, resulting in 31 stitches.

    A 2009 article in “The Shield,” a publication of the Dallas Police Association, noted that Smith volunteered at the YMCA, where he developed a racquetball program, and at his church. The article also noted he was married and had two children.

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    Patrick Zamarripa, 32, Dallas Police
    Dallas Police officer Patrick Zamarripa was also killed in the attack, his father, Rick Zamarripa, confirmed to The Washington Post. Zamarripa had survived three tours in Iraq. Less than a week ago, Zamparria tweeted how proud he was to be American.

    Rick Zamarripa told the Post his son had recently begun working as a bike officer downtown and was a big fan of the Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys. Zamarripa’s stepbrother, Dylan Martinez, asked people on Twitter to pray for Zamarripa.

    Texas Rangers player Joey Gallo wrote on Instagram that he and teammate Nomar Mazara were walking in Dallas recently when Zamarripa came up to them and asked them to take a picture with them.

    “I’ll never forget how kind and down to Earth he was. We ended up having a 15 minute conversation about sports with him. He was an avid Rangers fan. But more importantly a great person, and family man,” Gallo wrote.

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    Michael Krol, 40, Dallas Police
    Michael Krol was killed in Thursday’s attack. He loved to play basketball, always wanted to be a police officer and was recruited by the Dallas Police Department to work there, Brian Schoenbaechler, his brother-in-law, told HuffPost. Around six or seven years ago, Krol moved away from his family in Detroit, where he had been a Wayne County sheriff’s deputy, to move to Dallas to “achieve his dream,” Schoenbaechler said.

    The last time Schoenbaechler saw Krol was at Thanksgiving, when the family reunited in Detroit and spent time together at the Pegasus Tavern in the city’s Greektown neighborhood.

    “He was a big guy with a big heart,” who was selfless and wanted to serve others, Schoenbaechler said.

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    Philando Castile, cafeteria supervisor at J.J. Hill Montessori Magnet School in Saint Paul, Minn

    Colleagues and parents on Thursday remembered Philando Castile as an ambitious man who served as a role model for hundreds of children before he was fatally shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in Minnesota.
    Philando Castile grew up in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he attended high school at St. Paul Central. According to his cousin, he was a straight-A student, and graduated with honors from one of the largest high schools in the state.

    According to Castile’s uncle, Clarence Castile, Philando had been at JJ Hill for 12 to 15 years. Speaking with the Star Tribune, he described his nephew as “a good kid” who cooked “for the little kids.” Castile’s cousin, 31-year-old Antonio Johnson, told the paper that Philando was “a real upstanding citizen,” “by the book,” and “very non-confrontational.”

    Castile, who was known by friends as Phil, was a cafeteria supervisor at J.J. Hill Montessori Magnet School in Saint Paul, Minn., where he memorized the names of the 500 children he served every day — along with their food allergies, his former coworker said.

    Philando Castile would have turned 33 on Friday.

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    Барак Обама заявил, что Соединенным Штатам необходимо ускорить проведение реформы полиции. Он отметил, что подобные трагедии происходят в стране «слишком часто». «Афроамериканцев в США полицейские останавливают на 30% чаще, чем белых. Чернокожих и латиноамериканцев в три раза чаще обыскивают, чем белых. И полиция открывает огонь по афроамериканцам в два раза чаще, чем по белым», — заявил президент.
    Еще бы он сказал, насколько больше афроамериканцев в тюрьме чем остальных, то статистка показалась бы вообще мягкой.
    И под реформой полиции я так понимаю, нужно забрать у всех оружие (у гражданских тоже)?
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