sodbuster95 wrote:Sevens wrote:My first question is the most obvious... after the first five shots, was it really necessary to unleash another 5 or 6? One of the articles said that a stray bullet hit a sign for a different business and there was a woman standing under the sign that was hit with debris. (uninjured)
I'm just speculating from my own experience, but I suspect the second volley of shots was purely a result of adrenaline. Once you've made that decision to fire, it's kinda hard to "holster" it. Not saying it's ok, just postulating... I agree with others that a prosecutor might have a field day in the exact scenario where the person doing the shooting is a CHL holder and not a police officer. Of course, he may here, as well.Sevens wrote:I would also wonder why they had a dog on scene, really. What was the purpose of the dog? To put my question another way... why didn't they let that dog go to work? The dog certainly WANTED to go to work.
I'm also curious about the dog and why the handler didn't let him go to town. I worked with K9 for a while in the Army and most of the handlers would let their furry partners loose in a heartbeat. Big, pointy teeth never failed to subdue a suspect.
Mustang380gal wrote:Is it a possibility that the dog was not fully trained, and that's why it wasn't released?
If the dog was going to be released, it ought to have been well before the guy started taking the swing.
Chuck wrote:I'm sorry, I didn't see it mentioned
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