Shoot First, Ask Questions Later: Cop Fired For Shooting At Man During Traffic StopChris | InformationLiberation
Oct. 02, 2013
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Fortunately, the five-year veteran cannot shoot straight, so the innocent man escaped with his life.
From The Statesman:
AUSTIN, Texas — A five-year veteran of the Austin Police Department was wrong to shoot at a man who got out of his car during a traffic stop earlier this year, Chief Art Acevedo said Friday while explaining his decision to fire Officer Justin Boehm.Can you imagine what would happen if a citizen preemptively shot a cop because he felt threatened? Do you think he would face charges?
Boehm should be charged with attempted murder. Instead, the union says he just needs to be "retrained."
Thank god Boehm wasn't "trained," Barton's life was saved because he couldn't hit a target right in front of him.
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