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originally posted by: WeAre0ne
a reply to: starfoxxx
starfoxxx, the video clearly shows the car is moving before the gun is fired.
These are facts.
Look at you all attacking my credibility. Pushing me into a corner, and forcing me to defend my character and knowledge. Then turning around and insulting me for defending myself and my expertise. It's a shame, ATS used to have people with higher standards.
ATS used to have people with higher standards.
originally posted by: Jonjonj
a reply to: WeAre0ne
As the point of my post was a semantic one, I suppose I can understand how you may not consider it to be a contradiction.
You must, however, understand how going from "flawlessly stabilized" to "not finished yet" might seem to be one for the majority of people, right?
originally posted by: Sremmos80
How many times did he ask the guy for his name after he said he would ID him self?
originally posted by: Involutionist
a reply to: Thill
To be clear IMO this in no way justifies shooting the guy in the head but the question is (in my mind) if that gun did not go off by accident.
I feel you. You seem to be a fair minded and commonsense person who strives to examine events for what they are and is not motivated by trying to excuse anybody in this situation. In saying that, I have one question for you:
Why was the gun removed from the holster and in his hand to begin with....?