The California MP dies after being kept alive 6 years after the collapse of the SWAT attempt
A California sheriff has announced the death of a deputy who remained alive for six years and never regained consciousness after the collapse during SWAT trials Cammon.
"Our department family joins the Cammon family to mourn the loss of this brave young man," Barnes said.
Cammon was 29 when he was beaten during the SWAT contest, according to reports.
LA SHERIFFS REPRESENTATIVE "FABRICATED COMPLETELY", THE AUTHORITY HAS FIXED.
(Orange County Deputy Sheriff Association)
The Orange County Register reported a complete organ failure on Saturday from an interview with Orange County County Deputy Sheriff's Association President Tom Dominguez.
As deputy Cammon was awarded the Courage Medal of the Department.
He and three deputies had subdued a man who attacked a woman in an orange restaurant with a knife.
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Cammon and the other MPs were off duty when they became active.