crasspm - 2016-04-19 Gun safely out of reach, time to pump the guy full of bullets.
"His mistake in judgment was approaching the car and getting too close. He had to make a split-second decision instead of like now, when everyone gets all the time they want to analyze it,"
His mistake in judgement was shooting a man to death. It's really unfortunate and it was a bad idea, and it should come with at least a manslaughter conviction.
Cena_mark - 2016-04-19 Law Enforcement holsters make gun grabs incredibly hard. If you're fighting off a gun grab you won't be able to shoot the grabber since you're going to be pushing down on your gun.
Quad9Damage - 2016-04-20 He had to make a "split-second decision" about EMPTYING A CLIP INTO A FUCKING DRIVER'S SIDE WINDOW.
SolRo - 2016-04-20 Pretty sure the only split second decision was what color the target was.