NYPD Blue

A very touching and brave story of a Police Officer’s wife whose husband got shot while on duty. It gives us an insight into what the loved ones of our Protectors go through on a daily basis. We must support and honor our Protectors and their families. Samina.

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About Samina Iqbal

I am a free lance writer who loves to write on social issues in particular. I am a house wife and my husband Dr. Shams Iqbal offers all the support and encouragement so that I can pursue my passion for authorship and other cause which is dear to me. My lifelong mission in life is to offer my support for the police officers who need to be supported and protected by general public like us. My inspiration to do this comes from my personal experiences of some of the greatest police officers whom I have witnessed do great deeds for the good of humanity. I am so inspired and fascinated to support this law enforcement group. On the other hand I like music, movies specially classics, I am a fashion geek, English and American literature are my passions.
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18 Responses to NYPD Blue

  1. Brittius says:

    It happens.
    From what the MOS (Member Of Service/NYPD) wife wrote, commands were 41 Precinct over on Bruckner Blvd, around Randall Avenue (?), and Brooklyn South (Task Force) rolled out of the Park House of Prospect Park at Coney Island Avenue. The other side of Brooklyn South (OCCB) was in Bay Ridge, and I will not state where.
    No indication of timeframe.
    Much more to the story. What platoon was he working? Was it a gun-run job? Robbery? “Routine” Car Stop? These are the stories that make people stop dead in their tracks.
    Like a sponge, you look for more information about what happened at the T/P/O (Time and Place of Occurrence). You feel the blood drop out of your face.

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    • Thank you so much for your valuable input and I agree with you that these stories paint a true picture of what goes on in a police officers life from day to day. The dangers of the situations are immense depending on what kind of a mission he is on. I will re blog more of her stories since I am always looking for such true accounts so that people may appreciate the dangers the police officers and their families go through every day of their lives. We must honor and respect them and support them fully, since I feel it is our moral obligation to them. Thanks once again. You take care and God bless.

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  2. Thank you for reblogging my story – NYPD Blue. It’s but a page in the many pages of my life as a patrolman’s wife.
    Blessings,
    Isadora

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  3. Thank you for sharing Isadora’s moving story, Samina. I hope you’ll reblog her next post.

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    • Thanks so much Jill. I am always looking for true stories of everyday life of these heroic families of police officers. I will re blog her next story after getting her permission. Take care and God bless Jill.

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    • Thanks my friend and yes the story is very moving and we must honor and respect the police officers and their families for their courage and bravery to face dangerous situation everyday in order to protect us. Take care and God bless.

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  4. Sharmishtha says:

    the death of a good police officer is irreplaceable loss!

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  5. Amy says:

    Thank you for reblogging Isadora’s story! I was so shocked when I first read her post…

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    • Pleasure is mine Amy. Isadora’s story is a very moving story, and real life details are very chilling coming from a close family member of a Police Officer. I have reblogged her next episode too. Its very brave of her to write these accounts. Take care and God bless.

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