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May as well shut down all the courts tomorrow morning. No need for them when you condone death squads !! Here's a thought, if wanting to negate danger to people down the road why not immobilise the car !? I guess that wouldn't reward this maggot with his prize of blood & brains & a notch on his gun belt.!!
I believe the viewpoint should be that the shooting was not justifies, unless the tox screen comes back positive. Even then, the right to do process has been completely skipped for Samantha.
You see, when officers go through training they learn little tidbits like that...along with how we don't wildly shoot our weapon trying to be cool and take out tires on a moving vehicle because chances are, the shots will miss and hit those pesky innocent bystanders everywhere.
originally posted by: TorqueyThePig
As a police officer I will say that there are times when shooting into a vehicle is justified. However, it is very rare.
From the short video I watched in relation to this incident I feel that deadly force was not justified.
DUh your not respecting my authoritai so you die now duuuh.
I see that you are convinced that Samantha was intoxicated. Just your cop intuition? Or do you have any evidence to back that up? You have given yourself away as a cop with the following.
You certainly have the thought processes of a cop. Everyone is guilty of something, therefore they deserve whatever happens to them. Us and them attitude...
What do you have to say about your hero killer cop having scoffed 5 grams of heroin while training his K-9 mongrel? Did Fraser eat the heroin? Is it just a coincidence that this killer cop has a high number of narcotics arrests after the 5 grams of heroin were 'lost" by him? He should be charged with capital murder!
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originally posted by: 727Sky
I really hate to say this but unless there is a video the validity of the LEO's statement has less weight than a grain of salt. To many times they are caught justifying their actions by a well made up story when the facts are totally opposite if a video is produced by a witness. All LEOs should be required to wear a video recording device that they cannot turn off or mess with.