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originally posted by: foxhound2459
Having watched your video analyses HDH (Star for effort)
I'm gonna go down the route off the LEO having PTSD issues,
The weight gain, The professional manner of the Execution, (I am the law). The Professional manner of calling in the incident/car crash,
The Officer reminds me off some Retired now Police officers,
Classic case off to much front line (Gore) duty,
Medical retirement with a possibility of rehabilitation for the Trauma he (LEO) has witnessed on the roads over the years.
A sad case all round IMO.
a reply to: hounddoghowlie
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
If the officers gun was still holstered then the lying sack of sh!t DA might have an argument, but the officer had "intent" by having his gun "drawn"........therefore this is a fail on behalf of the specific Law enforcement organization to exercise truth and justice, because this is a lie and a cover-up for stupidity.
originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
Oh, well this ruling kinda contradicts the old adage of "guns don't just go off by themselves"...
Anyways, of course they don't, he had to have applied pressure to the trigger, and no one does that unless they're firing the weapon.
Attempted murder. Absolutely.