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Thug Shot Cop 4 Times, Officer Shows Up at Court With A “Special Going Away Gift” (Video)

A violent criminal who tried to murder a Florida cop has been sentenced to life in prison after shooting the law enforcement officer four times. Now, video footage from inside the courtroom has gone viral after the cop showed up to deliver a special going away gift for the smug thug.

Kevin Rojas was 19 when he shot the undercover police officer three times during a traffic stop. The officer was hit once in the face and was critically injured, according to the Florida Times-Union.

The officer was taking his son to school when he pulled over Rojas. He returned fire but did not hit the suspect.

In October, Rojas was found guilty of numerous felonies, including attempted first-degree murder, grand theft auto, attempted manslaughter, two counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.

On Wednesday, he was sentenced to life in prison. The wounded officer, who was not identified, served in the Army before joining the police force. He called Rojas a coward while reading the victim impact statement.

“I will take those bullets instead of a fellow officer and an innocent bystander,” the officer said, according to the Times-Union. “When I brought the fight back to you, you ran like a coward.”

The officer then produced a tube of K-Y Jelly and told Rojas he would “need a lot” of it in prison, according to local reports.

Video below:

When questioned by a judge in a 30-minute hearing about the stunt, the officer refused to comment, the Times-Union reported.

This move made by the cop will never get old!

The officer’s gift received mixed reviews from social media users. While many applauded the officer for being brave enough to confront the man who attempted to kill him, others criticized him for taunting a criminal, despite the fact that the thug tried to murder the policeman and his son.

Michelle McKennie

Michelle is American conservative author she is committed to the constitutional principles of individual freedom, economic liberty, limited government, personal responsibility, and traditional values. She is a libertarian and provocateur who believes in freedom and liberty for all Americans. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington, while exposing politicians and individuals who wish to do us harm.

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tpm
tpm
1 year ago

His butt will be sore soon Bubba will make sure of that after he tats nips on his back.

Alej Marcos
Alej Marcos
1 year ago

Outstanding ! !

NavyVet
NavyVet
1 year ago

How about some socks with handles on the ankles?

Win smith
Win smith
1 year ago

It’s always innocent people that suffer from democratic policies like mass immigration. There is really no justice in America anymore.

Steve
Steve
1 year ago

As justifiable as hatred for this criminal may be, one thing is certain, this cop is a disgusting, amoral monster.

He supports and enforces a legal system that he sincerely believes makes sex slaves out of those convicted of the ‘laws’ he doesn’t enforce on his buddies and bosses. That’s truly putrid.

He made a traffic stop while “UNDERCOVER”? What kind of NAZI Gestapo evil is that? That kind of secret police tyranny should never become normalized in an America with people that understand basic concepts of liberty, as it apparently has, because few people actually understand liberty any longer, obviously.

The same cop supports and ENFORCES and just-us system that prosecutes people for the same crime repeatedly, using different words:
In October, Rojas was found guilty of numerous felonies, including attempted first-degree murder, grand theft auto, attempted manslaughter, two counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.”

And what is “two counts of aggravated assault” in the same event? One count for each bullet? If he punched him 23 times, would it be “23 counts of aggravated assault”?

Would the average citizen EVER be able to receive such stacking of charges protection under the law when a cop engages in police abuse? Would cops ever be treated the same way for violating laws? Not on your life and quite the opposite, as any reasonably objective person already knows, it takes an act of God to hold a cop accountable for their crimes. It should be easier than anybody else to hold the ENFORCERS of law accountable to the laws they CHOOSE to be enforcers of. My God, that’s just basic ethics.

This secret police officer taking joy in filling prisons with ‘law breakers’, knowing and believing they will be sex slaves to Bubba or Tyrone makes him a villain of extreme measure. Especially while it’s a well known fact that far more than 50% of prison inmates are incarcerated for doing something that hasn’t harmed anyone in a measurable way, aka ‘victimless crimes’. Victimless crime “laws” are unConstitutional but used to collect revenue, something this cop, and all the rest, have as a primary purpose of their filthy profession selectively enforcing the 70+ million “laws”, state and federal.

Rojas certainly seems guilty and deserving of his actual crimes but this cop being allowed to continue to enforce what he obviously believes is justice only proves he deserves serious prison more than many already there for the victimless crimes they are serving, truly disgusting.

Btw, I’m likely FAR more conservative than anyone reading this comment. I simply apply ethics to everything, I don’t have blind support for government thugs.

Steve
Steve
1 year ago

As justifiable as hatred for this criminal may be, one thing is certain, this cop is a disgusting, amoral monster.

He supports and enforces a legal system that he sincerely believes makes sex slaves out of those convicted of the ‘laws’ he doesn’t enforce on his buddies and bosses. That’s truly putrid.

He made a traffic stop while “UNDERCOVER”? What kind of NAZI Gestapo evil is that? That kind of secret police tyranny should never become normalized in an America with people that understand basic concepts of liberty, as it apparently has, because few people actually understand liberty any longer, obviously.

He was OFF DUTY and “undercover” and in his personal vehicle, with his child. We’re expected to belueve tgis fairytale nonsense? Who is expected to take that vehicle seriously while being stopped as a supposed act of ‘law enforcement’? 

Did Rojas respond to a secret police officer, in normal clothes, in his personal car, justifiably? Is anyone pointing a gun at you from their toyota corolla considered ‘undercover’ police?

The same cop supports and ENFORCES a just-us system that prosecutes people for the same crime repeatedly, using different words:
“In October, Rojas was found guilty of numerous felonies, including attempted first-degree murder, grand theft auto, attempted manslaughter, two counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.”

And what is “two counts of aggravated assault” in the same event? One count for each bullet? If he punched him 23 times, would it be “23 counts of aggravated assault”?

Would the average citizen EVER be able to receive such stacking of charges protection under the law when a cop engages in police abuse? Would cops ever be treated the same way for violating laws? Not on your life and quite the opposite, as any reasonably objective person already knows, it takes an act of God to hold a cop accountable for their crimes. It should be easier than anybody else to hold the ENFORCERS of law accountable to the laws they CHOOSE to be enforcers of. My God, that’s just basic ethics.

This secret police officer taking joy in filling prisons with ‘law breakers’, knowing and believing they will be sex slaves to Bubba or Tyrone makes him a villain of extreme measure. Especially while it’s a well known fact that far more than 50% of prison inmates are incarcerated for doing something that hasn’t harmed anyone in a measurable way, aka ‘victimless crimes’. Victimless crime “laws” are unConstitutional but used to collect revenue, something this cop, and all the rest, have as a primary purpose of their filthy profession selectively enforcing the 70+ million “laws”, state and federal.

Rojas certainly seems guilty and deserving of his actual crimes but this cop being allowed to continue to enforce what he obviously believes is justice only proves he deserves serious prison more than many already there for the victimless crimes they are serving, truly disgusting.

Also, this whole case reeks to high heaven of corruption, to any rational person that can use logical deduction to expose blatant duplicitous behavior.

Btw, I’m likely FAR more conservative than anyone reading this comment. I simply apply ethics to everything, I don’t have blind support for government thugs.

Vetmike
Vetmike
1 year ago

Hurrah for the officer! Let the whiny assed Leftists out there take bullet. Then they can complain.

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