This is an interesting program on the BIO channel (#266 on direct TV) involving Docu-Drama's of real-life "survival" situations, including feed-back and explanations from the victims themselves. Not all are shooting-related situations, but many are. One I watched last night involved a female prison guard who was taken prisoner by two convicts. She and a male guard were handcuffed and leg-ironed and held prisoner in a guard tower for a week!!! The first or second night the female guard got her handcuffs off while the convicts were asleep and could have accessed a loaded AR-15 and shot the convicts, but the male guard didn't want her to do it for some unknown reason, so she put her handcuffs back on and went back to being an unresisting sheep. The result? She was raped multiple times and both her and the male guard were threatened with execution multiple times. A SWAT team had been present the entire time but never did a thing to rescue the guards except for trying to trade food for favors. Near the end it was a toss-up as to whether it was going to be a murder-suicide or a surrender. It only ended up a surrender because a relative of one convict convinced him at the last minute to give up. What do you think (1) of the female guard's failure to shoot the convicts when she had the chance, (2) the male guard's advice not to do it, and (3) SWAT's failure to take a more aggressive pro-active role? In other words, what do you think of the mindset and tactics of those involved, and what would you have done?