I love the NSA. It's like having a secret fan-base you will never see, but they're there, watching everything you write and it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside knowing that I may be some person's only form of unconstitutional entertainment one night.
There is something called an AAR, after action review, where the exercise or incident is gone over with a fine tooth comb.
The problem is those who sit on the sidelines and comment rarely have an experience in such matters. It was a pucked deal from the git-go. The deputies did mess up, but without the help of a strong 2nd A 'defender' answering the door with a weapon, which may or may not have been pointed at the Officers, they wouldn't have felt the need to shoot. I do believe if one Officer yells "GUN" it is on with out any real pointing required. Murder suspect, weapon- small details can be filled in later.
I can't figure why only two officers to roust a murder suspect, as mentioned before there are back windows and doors. I don't believe many tapping away at there computers would be so clear headed at 1am, and just how many girl scouts sell cookies at 1am? If it was ANYone else. 'cept maybe thugs, at the door no one would have died. But it was armed Officers looking for a felony suspect.
Some comment on their neighborhood as a venue this could have happened in, we don't know if this was a 'good' or 'bad' area. We don't know that went on prior to the 1am knock. Speculating doesn't help us understand.
I can't help but think a perfectly legal exercise of the victim's Constitutional Rights lead to his death at the hands of Law Enforcement who made mistakes but none intentional. It is as if Stand Your Ground has emboldened some and there are consequences. A young mother in OK waited until the bad guys broke in before shooting. This guy went to the door and opened it to someone he didn't know at 1 in the morning. Perfectly legal in a Stand Your Ground State, deadly when done unwittingly to the cops on a murder suspect hunt.
LMAO nice try but you failed and your claim of "entire cause" was still 100% wrong. You want to avoid childish things you claim, then man up and admit your statement was wrong and misspoke, thats what adults do
they knocked on a door looking for a suspect? it wasnt the right door so what.
And I swear im not being a smart ass Im being as PC with you and logical/rational/reality based as I can.
answer these questions and I dont know the answers Im just trying to get you to think about reality.
how how many times do you think the police knock on a door looking for suspect and thats not where the suspect is in just one single day? do you think 1000 is out of the question?
how many times are the greeted with a gun pointed at them?
EDIT: also to be clear im talking about with the current facts, these cops maybe mega types of stupid if other things comes out
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists to adapt the world to himself.
Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” ― George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman