This is a discussion on How to Be a "Good Witness"... within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; This is great info. It is amazing how descriptions of events can vary from people on the scene as all you LEOs can attest. Often ...
This is great info. It is amazing how descriptions of events can vary from people on the scene as all you LEOs can attest. Often if there are three witnesses, there are three different stories. (The car was brown / blue / black and a Chevy / Toyota / Honda etc.)
Where you in imminent fear for your life and the lives of your family members?
The best advise you gave is remember where you are. I have lived in the same community for 22 years (with the exception of college [which I just finished]). I have also been a firefighter for over 6 years and a lieutenant for a year and that during that time. Last week I really upset myself when I was calling for PD to check a possible car theft in progress. I FORGOT THE STREET NAME in a neighboring jurisdiction. I was able, moments later, to give it to the dispatcher. It really annoyed me, i need to restudy the streets now that I am home.
"The world is filled with violence. Because criminals carry guns, we decent law-abiding citizens should also have guns. Otherwise they will win and the decent people will lose."
-James Earl Jones