WATCH: Congressman Pfluger's Condolences on Officer Shooting from the House Floor

WASHINGTON, D.C. – San Angelo's United States Congressman August Pfluger addressed the United States House of Representatives Tuesday regarding the multiple Concho County deputies that were killed in the line of duty.

In the video above Pfluger gave a heart felt speech. "We will never stop honoring their legacy," said Pfluger. He finished by hoping that Americans can all appreciate law enforcement and send a prayer for them. 

Pfluger also made the following statement on Facebook:

"This week is #NationalPoliceWeek, and Concho County knows all too well the importance of police officers. Today, I spoke on the House floor honoring the legacy and service of the two Concho County officers who were killed last night in the line of duty. These officers died protecting their community to the very end—defending the freedoms, values, safety our country holds dearly. We stand with the all Concho County law enforcement officers mourning the loss of these heroes."

For everything related to the shooting click the link here. 

Subscribe to the LIVE! Daily

The LIVE! Daily is the "newspaper to your email" for San Angelo. Each content-packed edition has weather, the popular Top of the Email opinion and rumor mill column, news around the state of Texas, news around west Texas, the latest news stories from San Angelo LIVE!, events, and the most recent obituaries. The bottom of the email contains the most recent rants and comments. The LIVE! daily is emailed 5 days per week. On Sundays, subscribers receive the West Texas Real Estate LIVE! email.

Required

Comments

Comments

Comment

This is nice. Really, no joke. He should talk about the officers that lost their lives on Jan. 6, the day of treason for the worst person in the country. I know August is Q anon. Isn't he?

 

Comment

Probably, they are all conspiracy nuts. He never gives any condolences to any of the 1000+ citizens that are killed every year at the hands of cops (not to mention the uncountable number of people that are harassed and assaulted.) The Derek Chauvin verdict is a step in the right direction and shows that protest/riots work, he probably wouldn't have even been charged if it wasn't for the ones last year. These guys died because they chose a job that might require them too, boo hoo, they shouldn't have been harassing a citizen, lesson for the other thugs with badges. At least these people and their family members know what it's like when they lose one of their own now, since this has been happening to us (citizens) for decades, we already know what it's like.

Post a comment to this article here:

X Close