From the news article it is clear only one side of the story is being told and that is the story of a friend of the alleged criminal and possible conspirator. Until an investigation is complete and all facts are known, no comment is the correct response. The facts will not change. If a mistake was made, then yes it is very tragic. But, from the news article in that link, I cannot conclude that a mistake was made. I have found in the past that it is not prudent to draw a conclusion based on a news article depicting only one side of any story. I would not be surprised if this "witness" quoted in the article is a liar. After all, she is the friend of a convicted felon with illegal weapons in a meth lab, not to mention what her criminal history may or maynot look like. When determining a persons credibility, you must look at more than just what they say. You must look at the circumstances as a whole. Ignorantly pass judgement without the facts if you like, I will wait until a thorough investigation has been completed and base my opinion on factual material.
Sic Semper Tyrannis