Black Officer Thwarted Killer at Fort Hood

Officers Sgt. Munley and Sr. Sgt. Todd on Oprah's show for the first time discussing publicly the ordeal at Fort Hood.
November 12, 2009, Officers Sr. Sgt. Mark Todd and Sgt. Kimberly Munley on Oprah's show for the first time discussing publicly the ordeal at Fort Hood.

Yet another black man has been passed over in the history books for his heroics.  Instead media decided to go with local legend that Sgt. Kimberly D. Munley was the officer that brought down the shooter at Fort Hood.

Senior Sgt. Mark Todd, 42, should’ve stepped in her interview and twisted his lips and said “C’mon Son!”   She has given  an account that didn’t include officer Todd, yet according to Todd they  arrived on the scene at the same time.

Officer Todd’s wife said that her husband asked in the very beginning to have his identity secured.  He didn’t want any limelight from this event.  He didn’t want the attention on him because he felt the paramedics were the heroes.

But, his wife probably said, “You gon’ let this little white woman steal your thunder and a possible reward?  You better get in there and say something!”

It has already been corroborated by a witness that he was in fact,  the one who exchanged fire with the shooter, Nidal Malik Hasan, and brought him down.  A simple ballistics test will prove who shot Hasan.

Read more on Officer Todd and the incident at Fort Hood here.

2 thoughts on “Black Officer Thwarted Killer at Fort Hood”

  1. Thanks for posting Sony, the major news outlets are not reporting about the heroism of this man at all. I read it here first!!! Big up.

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