ANOTHER COP MURDERED! Hours Before Thug Bragged About Wanting To Kill a Cop, Now One is DEAD!

Sad day in PA when State Trooper Landon Weaver was shot and killed by a white trash thug named Jason Robison. Jason Robison was on the run, but cops later found him in an unoccupied mobile home. Robison refused orders and threatened the officers. The officers shot him and the cop-killer was pronounced deceased at 10:30 am.

Trooper Weaver was investigating a domestic related incident in Juniata Township of Huntingdon County and was shot by anti-cop Robison.

Robison had a reputation with police for at least a dozen other charges and was very anti-police in nature. He was vocal about his distaste for law enforcement and had no problem stating things on social media.

It wasn’t too long ago, December 17, that he posted on Facebook “The only good cop is a dead cop.”

Apparently that was a warning and he took his words literally and acted upon them. The white thug essentially took his own life by going the route of the criminal life.

The use of the word thug shows that the word thug is not specific to black or minority people, but rather people who are assumed to be a piece of sh*t.

People who commit horrific, violent, thuggish crimes like this are called thugs. It doesn’t matter what color you are.


We will not blame mental illness as the excuse for this man’s crime just because he’s white. He was just a prick who made a ton of terrible decisions in his life, ultimately costing the life of a hard working PA State Trooper and his own life. I feel terrible for his parents because no parent wants to see their child end up like this.

Not only did Robison ruin the life of Weaver’s family, he also affected his own family, proving that he was a selfish jerk. With a dozen other run-ins with the law, where were his friends and family to put this poorly aligned human back on the right track? Obviously he was incapable of managing his behavior. Or, did people try to help him and he was just that much of a liberal douche-bag that he went so far as to commit murder?

What drives a human being to act so badly towards others? I have no idea. Some people are wired differently. There must be a balance. For every good person in the universe, there’s probably a bad person who balances them out.

We decide what side of the balance we wish to be on.

Thankfully this thug is off the streets, but sadly we lost a good person in the process.

We won’t ever get Trooper Weaver back, but we can always thank him and his family of PA State Troopers for their hard work. Even if they give us a speeding ticket once in a while, they still deserve respect for doing the job that most people don’t want to do, which often involves dealing with a-holes on a daily basis and risking their life to do it.

Our condolences to the family of Trooper Weaver.


Centre Daily – Authorities said Trooper Landon Weaver was shot and killed by Robison at about 6:30 p.m. Friday when the officer investigated a “domestic-related incident” at a home on Bakers Hollow Road in Juniata Township in Huntingdon County. The area where the shooting occurred has been closed off while police officers search for Robison.

Robison made his feelings toward law enforcement known on his Facebook page less than two weeks before the killing.“The only good cop is a dead cop,” he said in a Dec. 17 post, which was on Facebook until about 1 a.m. Saturday when it was deleted. The status included two images — one of a police cruiser that had crashed and another of an injured police officer.Robison, according to court documents, has previously been arrested about a dozen times with charges ranging from simple assault to arson.Weaver enlisted with state police in December 2015 and was assigned to Troop G, Huntingdon. He is the 97th member of the Pennsylvania State Police to be killed in the line of duty, according to authorities.

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