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    Sad on all fronts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPAZ View Post
    Sad on all fronts.
    I agree. It's sad that the girl made a very stupid decision to commit a crime and die for it, but those LEO didn't have a choice because it is hard to tell whether that was a real gun or not.
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    Two years ago I walked into my new job and on the desk was a pistol. I asked my boss if that was his security system. He told me it was his son's BB gun. I could not tell it was not real form two feet away. These LEO's had no other chioce but to do what they did. I pray for them and this girl's family.

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    Wow, that video must have been quite compelling if even the local chapter of the NAACP concedes the appropriateness of the response!

    I doubt this was anything as simple as a suicide by cop, that type of behavior isn't generally associated with her demographic. Of course, it's as good a theory as any when the only person who could shed light on it can't tell us why she forced the police to kill her.

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    The TRUE Victims here are not the girl...not the family of the girl....not the community of the girl, but the LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS who were forced to take lethal action. They are in my prayers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    The TRUE Victims here are not the girl...not the family of the girl....not the community of the girl, but the LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS who were forced to take lethal action. They are in my prayers.
    Agreed, though I think her family is probably suffering a lot, too. I can't imagine what those LEOs must feel, having been forced to take the life of a child like that.

    I wonder -- just a theory here -- if she wasn't chemically "altered" at the time, and that's why she kept pointing the "gun" at the police? I mean, obviously she made very bad judgement calls, which led her to be in a gang, and then to rob the store, yes. But maybe she was drunk or high or something. I can't see anyone being clear-headed, even making horrible choices, and pointing a gun at clearly ARMED police. You HAVE to know what that would get you, no?

    Wonder if they will make the autopsy results, specifically any tox screen results, available?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    The TRUE Victims here are not the girl...not the family of the girl....not the community of the girl, but the LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS who were forced to take lethal action. They are in my prayers.
    No. Everyone involved in the situation directly and indirectly are victims. The LEOs are victim because of what they had to do, and the family are victims because of there loss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    Agreed, though I think her family is probably suffering a lot, too. I can't imagine what those LEOs must feel, having been forced to take the life of a child like that.

    I wonder -- just a theory here -- if she wasn't chemically "altered" at the time, and that's why she kept pointing the "gun" at the police? I mean, obviously she made very bad judgement calls, which led her to be in a gang, and then to rob the store, yes. But maybe she was drunk or high or something. I can't see anyone being clear-headed, even making horrible choices, and pointing a gun at clearly ARMED police. You HAVE to know what that would get you, no?

    Wonder if they will make the autopsy results, specifically any tox screen results, available?
    Maybe suicide by cop? Who knows though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul34 View Post
    Maybe suicide by cop? Who knows though.
    It seems weird for a 15 y.o. to do SBC though, doesn't it? Statistically, females are likely to go more "passive" routes, less pain/violence such as OD on pills, or slitting wrists in the tub. They almost NEVER involve guns. Yeah, who knows?
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    I witnessed this tragic event. I lived in the corner duplex of the yard that this happened. She robbed the store just down the street a couple blocks and ran down the street with a bag of money. They caught up to her in front of my place. She started to run through the yard to get away and they opened fire on her. It was way more than 5 shots. I actually walked up to her body and looked at her. She was on her back with eyes wide open, arms bent with her hands near her shoulders. Money was all over the grass. The cops yelled at me to get away from her and to go back inside. It was an ordeal that lasted all evening. Very sad. Bullets hit the house and the tree in the yard.

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    hope this does not cause the officers to hesitate in the future if they have a gun pointed at them again.
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