Aug. 14, 2022

S6E65: Surviving a Deadly Officer Involved Shooting and The Aftermath.

S6E65: Surviving a Deadly Officer Involved Shooting  and The Aftermath.

Surviving a Deadly Officer Involved Shooting and The Aftermath. The shooting, the surprising response from his Department, his dark days, his recovery from PTSD, and how it lead to his book.

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He is a retired Police Sergeant and an Air Force Veteran. During his long career, he was involved in a deadly shooting. The shooting was justified and he was cleared.

Michael Sugrue talks about the violent call for service, and what happened and lead to the deadly shooting. He discusses the court appearance and the surprising and shocking response from his police department. Michael discusses his descent into PTSD and how it impacted him, his family, his career, and how it impacted his marriage. He also talks about his recovering life after, how he uses his experience to help others, and how it lead to the book "RELENTLESS COURAGE: Winning the Battle Against Frontline Trauma".  

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