The precedent was set years ago, this is nothing new. What’s new is the issue has become political.
I’ll never actually know more than they’re telling because I wasn’t there.
So my opinion is based on who was breaking the law when the incident occurred and in what context.
Well it was a riot, that’s the context. His job is to protect the people in the chamber. He did his job in my opinion.
She’s on video trying to climb through the broken door. You don’t think they told her to stop ?
She was a military police officer I believe. She knew better......
Then, you should be in jail.She was committing a crime.
Should she have been shot, and the others not?
That was a split second decision by the officer charged with protecting those that this woman was attempting to come through the window to confront.
Myself, I would have shot a lot of them.
No, that was not a split-second decision. The cop who shot the yute who was a split-second from shanking another girl made a split-second decision.
It could be argued that Ashli was murdered. It should be argued in court. Still, we don't even know the name of the gunman who shot her down.
Yes, I said "gunman," instead of "police officer."