Nina 1 
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Re: “Michael Slager’s attorneys argue investigators intentionally deceived former officer

If you watch the video carefully, you can tell that Michael was really disoriented before he fired (due to struggle), and when the taser fell to the ground (you can see it in the video, I believe it fell next to Michaels left leg), Michael could not see it (he was looking straight ahead), so he still believed that Scott was in possession of the taser, and as Scott started to run away (he was not really running, he just started to run), Michael fired because he still thought that Scott had a taser (and possibly another weapon) and could possibly turn around at any time and taser Michael, so he (Michael) was in fear for his life. Yes, Michael then saw the taser on the ground (he did not know that the taser fell earlier), picked it up, and then dropped it next to Scotts body, but then picked it right back up and put it back on his belt Im sure his mind was very foggy at that moment (as anyones mind would be!). I am amazed how brave everybody commenting here is when they havent been what he has been through. And dont start with he is a police officer anybody involved in such intense struggle (which hasnt been captured on video for some reason!) would be disoriented. Like his lawyer once said, its nice for you all to sit back with a cold beer and yell racism,, he was unarmed, but when you are in that moment and you have no idea if he is armed or not, and you have a baby on the way, like Michael did, I would do the same thing to protect my life. Its much more complicated than the simple minds of BLM are trying to portray. I doubt any of you reviewed the video multiple times before making such harsh judgements. And no, I have no special interest in this case just a regular bystander. And by the way, I am a law abiding citizen, unlike Scott was, and Ive never hurt anyone, but I would never value my life at $6.5 million, $100,000 at the most, if I had a family; if no family, then my life is worth nothing, well, in monetary value, that is.

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Posted by Nina 1 on November 3, 2016 at 5:34 PM
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