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originally posted by: Sremmos80
But it wasn't it was a spoon so what is your point?
If we insert facts into that equation I guess he gets a chest full of spoon.
Again, very deadly I am sure.
originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
I'd assume it's standard procedure to stop the threat.
If the first two shots miss then switch to the chest.
That's just my opinion though.
originally posted by: Grovit
Officer Brent Lawing responded to a 9-1-1 call about a burglary shortly after 2:00 a.m. and found Grigsby in a “dimly lit” garage on the property. Police allege that Grigsby was holding a “metal object,” and approached the officer “aggressively.” The officer claims that he commanded Grigsby to stop, but Grigsby ignored his commands, forcing the officer to fire one shot into his chest, killing him.
A San Francisco sheriff's deputy allegedly choked and beat a hospital patient who walked with a cane - then lied on the police report to cover his tracks.
Michael Lewelling, 33, was accused of approaching a sleeping man as he started to wake up, knocking away his walking cane, grabbing his neck, then arresting him.
He then filed a police report claiming that the man started the fight by attacking him with the cane, according to authorities, who say surveillance video proves he was lying.
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