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Cops shoot to stop the threat, not shoot to kill.
But your implication that this is the norm or the standard of the modern legal system is, as you accused others of being, very naïve (or ideologically driven...either one).
originally posted by: Willtell
Regarding the authorities looking for drugs in the victims system, I think the important thing is whether Noor was intoxicated or something not the victim.
What he did was so out of line one wonders was he high or drunk
Noor if not charged at least with negligent homicide or manslaughter should never be a cop again
originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
a reply to: SlapMonkey
Well that was a very reasonable response so cheers.
My stance comes from my one bad experience with cops, it was all good until one of them completely screwed my over as a personal project while he was screwing my ex, my son as a result almost died because of that prick, and has since suffered immense trauma. It pisses me off that people like that cop get away with that behaviour, hence why we call it the thin blue line.
I should add I am not anti cops, I am anti corrupt cops. If I saw a cop being beaten in the street I would certainly jump in on the side of the cop, I should at least try and be clear as to where I am coming from.
Major Side Effects You should check with your doctor immediately if any of these side effects occur when taking zolpidem: Less common: Clumsiness or unsteadiness confusion depression Rare Difficulty with breathing dizziness, lightheadedness, or fainting falling fast heartbeat seeing, hearing, or feeling things that are not there skin rash swelling of the face trouble sleeping unusual excitement, nervousness, or irritability wheezing
That was disproved by the drug's own known side effects.
does not lend one to excitability or hallucinations, in my experience.