Security officers targeted around the country as businesses reopen

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From PrivateOfficerBreakingNews:

Charlotte NC 24 2020 --
Private security officers have once again become the target of violence since the reopening of businesses, malls, and nightclubs during the past few weeks.

To understand the dynamics of how private security officers are often the target of assaults, shootings, and death, you need not look any further than the past 7 days.

Three security officers have been murdered, six others have been shot and two other security officers have been stabbed in unrelated incidents. And there have been numerous others physically assaulted while enforcing the rules and just doing their job.

One of the most shocking and violent killings involved an 85-year-old security officer, George David Herrin of Richland Mississippi while he was working at the Canton Estates in Madison County, not far from Jackson.

Sheriff investigators now say that he was “executed” and shot multiple times while sitting inside his vehicle on June 16th.
Just 93 minutes later, Larry Franklin, a security officer for just 3 weeks was murdered at another apartment complex after asking two men to turn their car radio down at a fast food drive-thru.

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