It's more likely that a person with no training would grab the gun and put their finger on the trigger.
In your version of the story the police officer is not under any duress and would have no reason to unholster their pistol the wrong way.
Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish and he stops voting for the Free Fish party.
They can make reports. (Then they complained that those were useless). Those reports are in files. They can be used in just such instances as this shooting to show a pattern.
So they can keep complaining or they can report bad behavior when it happens to them or when they see it.
The coroner ruled that the second Teen was beaten to death and that he did NOT die because of the car crash.
Try to keep up.
He was not shot, knifed, beaten with a bat, he was beaten to death by unarmed thugs.
Good cops make bad decisions. Everyone can make a bad decision. YOU can make a bad decision. Does that mean you're capable of murder?
You keep using the cop's "emotions" for your argument. You can't. You weren't there and have no idea what his emotions were. And you need proof, not "well, his emotions may have gotten the better of him because good cops make bad decisions sometimes". That isn't even compelling, Buck.