Originally Posted by ray9898
Plenty of people are giving you opinions based on real life experience. Bottom line, it is rare for a situation involving a fluid life threatening event to come out with clear and concise details so that everyone "knows" what is going on before they get there. It is a fact.
You're are right and the people posting here about how the police should know what's going on and not shoot, have never had a gun pointed at them or reacted to an emergency inolving strangers. I have. The last time I chambered a round and prepared to shoot a probable "good guy" was less than 24 hours ago - I knew him and knew why he was apparently carrying the gun (he is usually unarmed), but if he'd drawn it, he'd be dead.