Actually, he's fairly right on. Your ignorance on how our legal system works is astounding. Sure, people are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, but a court of law also issued multiple orders for arrest which grants any officer in the area of extradiction the right to detain and arrest the suspect for judicial processing. I'm curious how you think law enforcement works without the right to arrest and detain suspected criminals.
People get tased and maced everyday in Wilmington by LEO officers for resisting or acting aggresively. Shooting at them or their vehicles is reserved for special circumstances. Both are well within protocol and standard operating procedures.
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