- Joined: October 2013
If someone was in your apartment, it was dark, and not the person was responding to instructions, a lot of people.
She should be held to the same standard. Just because someone is a cop doesn't mean their brain doesn't go through the same issues when being stressed out as the rest of us.
Whatever though. I guess we will have to agree to disagree.
Hard to have a discussion when you can't even be reasonable.
Even if a member of her family were some racist as you claim without any real proof, that is not evidence that she was racist or that her decision was racist.
No one takes you seriously when you make up claims like this.
Well then I guess we have to agree to disagree. She didn't take an action she should have known to be dangerous. She took an action that was reasonable to her at the time based on what she knew, or what she thought she knew. If the circumstances were as she believed it then it would likely have been a justified shooting.
Yup. Luckily no one noticed hehe. But point is that such seemingly dumb mistakes are not uncommon or even unreasonable. When the human brain is concentrating on something it is easy to miss details. So I find her claim of going to the wrong apartment on accident plausible.