posted on May, 31 2011 @ 07:17 PM
reply to post by rogoeiefar
And the outcome of these things is usually always bad in the case of the victims. There was a case here in D.C. about 8 years ago where the FBI
pulled over two teens in a car, the first thing they did was shoot the male driver, no questions asked, turned out it was mistaken identity(!) The
family got nothing and it was one of the starts of "good shot" coming into our language.
There was another one in D.C. about 5 years ago where the police cornered a man on his doorstep, he didn't resist, and they asked for his ID, he
reached in his coat (this is fairly understandable) but they thought gun, and shot him 35+ times, they shot him so many times that he had alot of
entry wounds in the soles of his feet.
The family lost the case in court, and got nothing.
Recently, and I'm not sure if this was local or national, but there was a 70 year old woman who was suspected of selling her medication, one police
officer accidently fired, and the rest followed. No weapons were found and the woman was just sitting on her couch. Case was lost, family got
nothing. I personally feel that recording these kinds of things is not at all a negative thing, I would love to see a day when stuff like this
doesn't happen and it's called out publically when it does, especially so public opinion can help the families of the victims of this kind of stuff.