posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 04:40 AM
a reply to: cerbium
Problem is, is that even if he was a serial killer, unless he was a direct threat against the officer's life at the time of the shooting it's either
manslaughter/murder or a reason to lay charges and debate that in the court of law.
Police are not judge/jury/executioner.
So whatever is going to be thrown up into the media whether "he deserved to be shot" or "the officer deserves to go to jail" is only going to
cause strife and polarization between two sides of people that have an opinion on an event they weren't a part of and shouldn't affect their
If you live in the community, or you are related to them, or you are a part of the case, then maybe your opinion is worth something, otherwise...
It's just something to create more problems than it's worth.