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    Quote Originally Posted by G3G26 View Post
    11B - feel sorry for the officer are you serious?
    I feel sorry for the guy that got shot.
    I feel sorry for his friends and family that almost lost him.
    Thank God this was caught on video. Who knows
    what the cops VERSION of the story would have been.

    The cop calls it in as an accidental discharge (his version of what happened).
    He fired his gun TWICE. How do you accidentally fire your gun TWICE?
    Yeah, seems like the first one touched off would have let him know he was screwing up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElevenBravo View Post
    It appeared to be a single sympathetic response. EB
    One of those terms that just doesn't seem to fit the circumstance. No wonder some have difficulty with the English language. Thank goodness it wasn't an unsympathetic response. [ Yes ... I realize you did use the term correctly. Just one of those odd phrases.]
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    Quote Originally Posted by G3G26 View Post
    11B - feel sorry for the officer are you serious?
    I feel sorry for the guy that got shot.
    I feel sorry for his friends and family that almost lost him.
    Thank God this was caught on video. Who knows
    what the cops VERSION of the story would have been.

    The cop calls it in as an accidental discharge (his version of what happened).
    He fired his gun TWICE. How do you accidentally fire your gun TWICE?


    You don't pull the trigger twice in accidental discharge.......His trigger pull was intentional. Trigger happy he was/IS. ---OR---he intended to bury his mistake......
    Last edited by tim414; 06-06-2016 at 04:52 PM.

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    Sounds like he started saying "Oh @#[email protected]#" before the second shot went off. Shoulda kept his finger off.
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    I'm sure that department teaches Master Grip at the academy, but who knows what happened, except his finger was on the trigger at that point.

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    called it in as a accidental discharge

    All over a small bag of illegal drugs which the m/c rider tosses when he pushed his wheel off the paved highway!

    In any hoot about the discharge. I believe it had much to do with the adrenaline rush caused by the pursuit which increased his threat level that prompted him to place his finger on the trigger causing decreased trigger pressure. I wholeheartedly must say to my fellow LE professional one question:
    "What's the hurry?"
    You have the subject stopped and the situation is currently under control under your point of gun. Relax, take a breath and WAIT for additional manpower so you can SAFELY bring the situation to a close w/o further incident. Another wards, slow down and follow procedure. There is a good possibility that your focus on the stop would have resulted in the drug arrest.
    Second observation is the initial stop officer FAILED to properly search the wounded motorist for weapons which could have proven to be a fatal mistake for not only him but for other responding back up officers. The initial stop officer again failed to follow procedure and let his personal feeling run astray with rendering medical assistance to the gunshot victim. (I am a firm believer in using cuffs on all persons in similar situations like this where the subject has not been properly searched for weapons - including all cases where a person has been either shot, stabbed or even unconscious as no one will every questioned your decision to protect yourself or other LE)

    Lastly, I cannot see any reason why a LE profession would draw his firearm without substantial probable cause to believe he is in fear of serious bodily injury or death. As far as I could tell as I only watched the video, this was only a traffic stop that evolved into a pursuit. No reason to get overly excited or overreact.

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    BTW - I base my above reply to this post based on 30+ years of LE experience which includes being a State certified FTO, firearms instructor and many other titles to list here.
    I do not claim to know everything, but I know enough street wise tactics to just about guarantee that everyone on my team will safely make home at the end of the shift.
    I am not a member of any dept's breakfast club that reviews incidents the morning after during administrative meetings.
    Lastly, as I was not on the scene or know the full facts that led to this vehicle stop, I am only pointing out what appears to be flaws with the actual video.
    It's easy to critique another persons flaws. But most importantly, it is vital to constantly train and critique mistakes so they don't happen in the field.
    I must add that he was a pretty good shot!


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    It is a negligent discharge.

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    What would the use of a manual safety have made? What happened with the one million ND’s since the Glock was introduced? Has anybody thought about that?

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