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Do you believe the officer in the Dylan Noble shooting needed to fire his weapon at all?

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  • No, there was no threat to his life.

    The officer in the Dylan Noble shooting did not need to fire his weapon at all. It is clear that his life was not in anyway at threat and its only him who knows why he decided to withdraw a gun and shoot an innocent man. He should be jailed to serve as a lesson.

  • Decisions In the Time of Need

    You never know what happens in situations with police officer who put themselves in harms way daily. To decide whether or not an officer needed to fire his weapon is something you can't base your opinion on because you don't know. You were not right there at the time of the situation and the circumstances that were happening at the time. We can't say whether or not, because our lives were not on the line.

  • No, I would support mandatory federal investigations of all police shootings where they occur.

    This was an execution. Murder. Nothing less. An unarmed suspect, lying on the ground is NEVER a sufficient threat for deadly force. Hardly hear anybody shooting cops, or about them getting injured in anyway at all, so what is scaring them to the point of murdering everybody? I would support mandatory federal investigations of all police shootings where they occur.

  • No, he should not have fired.

    Dylan Noble did not have a gun and he did everything he could to try and comply with the officers. The officers were never in any danger. It seems that this generation of police officers has seen too many "Dirty Harry" movies and thinks that shoot first ask questions later is the right philosophy to follow.


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