Police Chief Doug Schroeder, who last month responded to a mass shooting in Hesston, Kan., and killed the gunman, on Tuesday released a five-paragraph letter rejecting the notion that he is a hero. “I can’t think of one officer who wouldn’t have done the same thing I did,” he wrote.
Police Chief Doug Schroeder, who last month responded to a mass shooting in Hesston, Kan., and killed the gunman, on Tuesday released a five-paragraph letter rejecting the notion that he is a hero. “I can’t think of one officer who wouldn’t have done the same thing I did,” he wrote. Dave Williams The Wichita Eagle
Police Chief Doug Schroeder, who last month responded to a mass shooting in Hesston, Kan., and killed the gunman, on Tuesday released a five-paragraph letter rejecting the notion that he is a hero. “I can’t think of one officer who wouldn’t have done the same thing I did,” he wrote. Dave Williams The Wichita Eagle

In Hesston, Kan., Police Chief Doug Schroeder writes: ‘I am not a hero’

March 08, 2016 1:33 PM

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