I was pleased that they did a decent enough job of showing both perspectives in this report. Far too often the media and the sheeple who eat up whatever they tell them get all rabid whenever police officers resort to deadly force to resolve a confrontation. It's important that people get both sides on the picture. I hope that after watching it the public will change how they view these situations, but given that the majority of people who watch The National, or at least, feel compelled to post comments on any given story, tend to be radical leftists, that seems unlikely.
http://www.cbc.ca/player/News/TV%20Show ... 412830918/
The National | Oct 17, 2013 | 11:35
When police use force
CBC investigates police officers' life-and-death decisions
But one can hope right?
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