Scott Reitz

International Tactical Training Seminars

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Lead firearms and tactical instructor for International Tactical Training Seminars; former officer with the LAPD (30 years) and a SWAT team member for 10 of those

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Fourteen people were shot to death this morning and 17 others were injured at a holiday party for state health workers at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.  Three shooters…

San Bernardino Mass Shooting

Fourteen people were shot to death this morning and 17 others were injured at a holiday party for state health workers at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.  Three shooters…

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