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News Conference: Two Suicide Calls And A ***8220;Pool Party***8221; ***8211; The Day That Ended A McKinney Police Officer***8217;s Career [VIDEO] | NoozSaurus

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People outside of law enforcement, and their families, rarely see the true picture of what is involved in being a police officer. The physical danger and the emotional toll are seldom considered when people react to videos of police officers in action. Former Cpl. Eric Casebolt of the McKinney Police Dept. is a prime example. In a news conference on Wednesday, Casebolt***8217;s attorney Jane Bishkin gave everyone a glimpse of the day that ended this officers career with the McKinney Police.

Bishkin said Officer Casebolt was working the evening shift and started work at 6 p.m., about 1 hour and 15 minutes before officers were called to the Craig Ranch subdivision neighborhood pool. His first call of the night was to a suicide where a father (African-American) had shot and killed himself poolside at an apartment complex in front of his family and others, Bishkin said.
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***8220;Eric [Casebolt] assisted them in securing the scene, photographing the body and collecting statements,***8221; said Bishkin. ***8220;Eric also spent a considerable amount of time consoling the man***8217;s grieving widow.***8221;
On his next call, Bishkin said Casebolt helped successfully talk a suicidal teenage girl down from her parents***8217; roof.
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***8220;Eric***8217;s compassion during these two incidents are a testament to his character,***8221; Bishkin said. ***8220;While police work is often dangerous, it is fraught with emotions and family tragedy.***8221;

***8220;The nature of these two suicide calls took an emotional toll on Eric Casebolt,***8221; Bishkin said at a Wednesday afternoon news conference.
Casebolt, a 10 year veteran the city***8217;s patrolman of the year in 2008, was reluctant to even go to the pool disturbance, but ***8220;felt it was his duty to respond***8221; once the call escalated to reports of violence. Having come from a suicide by a pool, a teen girl***8217;s attempted suicide and walking into a chaotic scene full of the elements he had just dealt with involving life and death consequences, Bishkin said, Casebolt acknowledges that he let his emotions get the better of him.
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***8220;He never intended to mistreat anyone,***8221; his attorney, Jane Bishkin, said. ***8220;He apologizes to all who were offended.***8221;
Casebolt, who resigned Tuesday, did not attend the news conference.

Daniel Malenfant, president of the McKinney Fraternal Order of Police, said Casebolt has been receiving daily telephone and email death threats.
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***8220;He***8217;s worried for his family,***8221; Bishkin said. ***8220;He***8217;s worried that he may be followed.***8221;
His resignation, which he hoped would allow the city to begin to heal from the racial tension generated by the video has not appeased some who feel that charges should be filed against him. City of McKinney spokeswoman Anna Clark said late Wednesday that the case remains under investigation.
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***8220;We won***8217;t have details on charges until it***8217;s complete,***8221; Clark wrote in an email to Yahoo News. ***8220;We are investigating all allegations of criminal activity involving this incident.***8221;
Bishkin said Casebolt has received little information about the investigation.
 
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they usually wave those requirements.
painfully obvious why this guy chose the armed forces

 
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He doesn't have to be a cop if he finds the duties to be too stressful to maintain professionalism. Also I don't buy that he did all of that in an hour and 15 minutes. It takes a cop 30 minutes to write a ticket, there's no way he processed an entire crime scene, then went to another scene and talked a suicidal person down, then immediately left that person to go to a pool party that already had 11 cops there.
 
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He doesn't have to be a cop if he finds the duties to be too stressful to maintain professionalism. Also I don't buy that he did all of that in an hour and 15 minutes.

this^^^
 
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y do dead bodies stress ppl out
 
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He doesn't have to be a cop if he finds the duties to be too stressful to maintain professionalism. Also I don't buy that he did all of that in an hour and 15 minutes. It takes a cop 30 minutes to write a ticket, there's no way he processed an entire crime scene, then went to another scene and talked a suicidal person down, then immediately left that person to go to a pool party that already had 11 cops there.
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this^^^
I'm sure his duty log can easily verify his activities prior to the pool party incident.

They keep records of these activities I'm assuming.
 
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yeah I really don't think his lawyer would lie or bend the truth about something like that
 
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"Eric also spent a considerable amount of time consoling the man***8217;s grieving widow."

How do you find considerable amount when the overall time is less than 1 hours and 15 minutes. This is in addition to traveling to the first suicide, taking pictures of the scene, interviewing multiple people and transcribing their accounts of what occurred. Then traveling to a second scene, for the sake of argument we'll say it's nearby even, talking a girl off a roof, writing it up, and I would assume not immediately leaving someone who just attempted suicide without ensuring that they were being taken to a 24 suicide watch location.

Then you're going to tell me that the emotional distress of one suicide and one attempted suicide made you crazy angry and violent? I would think it would make you sad and detached. If he did in fact visit those scenes in such a short period of time, I think it's more likely that he's pretty ****ty at his job.

But seriously, is anyone shocked that a cop under 5'6" has a Napoleon complex?
 
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"Eric also spent a considerable amount of time consoling the man’s grieving widow."

How do you find considerable amount when the overall time is less than 1 hours and 15 minutes. This is in addition to traveling to the first suicide, taking pictures of the scene, interviewing multiple people and transcribing their accounts of what occurred. Then traveling to a second scene, for the sake of argument we'll say it's nearby even, talking a girl off a roof, writing it up, and I would assume not immediately leaving someone who just attempted suicide without ensuring that they were being taken to a 24 suicide watch location.

Then you're going to tell me that the emotional distress of one suicide and one attempted suicide made you crazy angry and violent? I would think it would make you sad and detached. If he did in fact visit those scenes in such a short period of time, I think it's more likely that he's pretty ****ty at his job.

But seriously, is anyone shocked that a cop under 5'6" has a Napoleon complex?
im just shocked to see you posting like this

did u get a ticket last night or something? no-knock raid kill ur dog?
 
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I'm sorry I'm distressed and my actions should be accepted
 
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One of the suicides was poolside. So PTSD was a factor.

And it said he started an hour and fifteen before the police were called to the pool party, not that he started an hour and fifteen before he got there.
 
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So, what exactly is the medically and socially accepted period of time that a human can safely be exposed to a situation where a man has blown his brains out all over his pool deck and in front of his own family before said human being can play the "I'm having a bad day" card?

Obviously it's more then 1 hour, 15 minutes.


However, I was thinking more along the lines of 5 minutes tops.
 
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One of the suicides was poolside. So PTSD was a factor.
is that like, pool traumatic stress disorder?
 
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is that like, pool traumatic stress disorder?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ji-cT58rgNc
 
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So, what exactly is the medically and socially accepted period of time that a human can safely be exposed to a situation where a man has blown his brains out all over his pool deck and in front of his own family before said human being can play the "I'm having a bad day" card?

Obviously it's more then 1 hour, 15 minutes.


However, I was thinking more along the lines of 5 minutes tops.
There's two ways to handle this.

Dont be a ***** and....
after seeing a poolside suicide simply throw the body over the fence, hose the brains into a drain, take the wife inside and give her a hefty dose of penisillin, and then give the kids a new puppy. Get a call and you help escort some black kids out of a ritzy neighborhood.

OR

Be a ***** and....
After seeing a poolside suicide you begin to question your very own existence and you suddenly came to terms with your own latent homosexuality. Get a call and smash a teenager's face into the concrete and whip a pistol around like you just dont care.

Life is full of choices. This dude made the wrong ones.
 
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yeah I really don't think his lawyer would lie or bend the truth about something like that
I have never known a lawyer who would do either of those things.
 
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doctors see more sick and dying people during a shift and actually manage to save all of them

this cop can't even handle 1 suicide without having an emo meltdown what a *****
 
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You so called "doctors" are just prostitutes for the pharmaceutical companies. **** you.
 
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tehvul take u meds u bipolar *****
 
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That's Miss Bipolar ***** you smelly Paki.
 
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