To Shoot Or Not? Officers May Have Three Seconds

Print More,1,5836335.story?coll=la-home-leftrail Last week, two Los Angeles police officers confronted an armed man after a dispute at a state employment office. The Los Angeles Times describes what went through the officers’ minds as they had three seconds to decide whether or not to shoot. LAPD officers may shoot people to protect themselves or others from death
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