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Source: el paso news
October 15, 2011
No, alexy, he is now a Texas LEO. (P.S.... it's parish down here.) ;)
It should be an adventure. Does Segal still do work for Jefferson County LA?
Okay, I'll expound...
He is an arrogant man and he has no professionalism when dealing with other LEOs. Bottom line, he thinks he is better than everyone else. I don't care for him as a person or a LEO. Good luck Texas.
So glad he is out of here and over there now.
hope his heart is in the right place
Good luck and he should be able to give to dept some good training
Be interesting to see if he actually puts in time in an area of Texas which is mostly empty space.
Good luck to a "Well Seasoned Veteran" on your newest endeavor.
Good luck, Deputy Seagal.
Magee88, Seagal has already dedicated over 20 years a a LEO working the streets of Jefferson Parish, La. and he didn't do it for kicks or publicity. He did it because he felt an obligation to his country and community, period. He has said numerous times that he considers himself a LEO above all and he supports himself by being an actor.
I am surprised that he is going to this sparely populated county but that is his choice. The part about being treated like any other Deputy is not exactly true as he is going in as a Deputy Chief if I read it correctly. Now this was his rank and title in Jefferson County so maybe the got the ranks confused. No matter what, he is not a rookie by any stretch of the imagination and will be a great asset to the Sheriff's Officer not only because of his fame and what that can garner for the SO, but also as a real working Deputy who can also teach skills involving unarmed combat if necessary.
If Officer Seagal goes through the same training as the rest of the Dept., I see no problem with it. He's been a reserve officer for years in Jefferson County. I hope he realizes being shot at now is for real and not like in the movies. I do believe in his training in marshal arts, he can and will he an asset to his Dept. Welcome Brother.
i think this is making a joke of law enforcement. being a cop is too serious for this silliness.
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