posted on Aug, 17 2005 @ 09:00 AM
i would have liked to have seen 'actual' evidence to show that the firearm unit had a right to use shoot to kill. as in those quotes from my posts
show that they had de menezes subdued, put him in his seat, and opened fire. even after they knew he was not a threat and didn't have a bomb, de
menezes was cooperating with the firearm unit, yet was still shot.
so even though the initial order was given, the firearm unit are not incapable of making rational decisions to perhaps just arrest this man. as the
story goes, he was subdued, there was no need to shoot.