Brian D. wrote:All I see in the link are still pictures from the video, words, and too many rahsin' fahsin' advertisements. I'll try a real computer later.
Like Carmen, the couple times I had to draw, I was able to do it smoothly and was (barely) able to hold fire when the aggressive action towards me was broken off by the bad guys. In both cases I got outta Dodge quickly via automobile and stopped to do a little self assessment a few miles away. No panic, but EXTREME feeling of relief.
In emergency sevice jobs there needs to be some training that induces a certain amount of stress, to get an idea if someone just isn't going to be suited to the jobs' hazards and stressors. But no such evaluation is perfect.
Brian D. wrote:I got no answers for you, M-Q. But I was able to view the video yesterday, on a gen-u-wine desktop computer. As a former fire/EMS person, I wonder if those medics weren't on scene before it was declared safe by LE.
carmen fovozzo wrote:Sad to see a officer in that condition....only thing I can say is I hope he finds another profession.....
I to had to draw my gun to defend myself against someone younger and bigger....I can say with all honesty I had know emotional feeling at the time....I was completely calm the whole time....it hit me a hour after it was over...
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