That is true that many female officers can use deadly force faster than a male due to strength and size differences. The only problem with her using it in that issue was she shot at another female officer that she thought was sleeping with the same man she was sleeping with. Both women were on-duty, in uniform and in the parking lot at the police department. That should have been assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill. Officers are trained that if you fire your weapon, you shoot to kill, not wound. Then when she allegedly stabbed her husband it should have at least been assault with a deadly weapon. Both incidents were swept under the rug.
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