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- Dec 5, 2006
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- Round Rock, TX
How does shooting the driver of a moving vehicle make people safer? Is this some kind of long-play, future crime justification for putting everyone in the vicinity at greater risk of being hit by an uncontrolled moving vehicle?
From what some of reporting, firing into the vehicle is against that department's policy. Supposedly it states that officers are not to fire into a moving vehicle. And it makes sense to say this as that vehicle could then injure others.
This is a great point. What if they had shot him and he hit the accelerator and the car veered towards others? Clearly putting bystanders in danger....I hope those cops get what they deserve but they probably won't.....
That's a great point. Didn't really think about that aspect.
Was my presentation of this concern just poorly constructed? So poor that the non-sequitur response was worthy of internet points?
I know I don't have a high social IQ, but I'm often very confused by the signals I get here.
(I actually am legitimately asking for feedback)