I can't believe the police shot this man. We have this same issue all over this country - where the hiring procedures of departments are placing honest people at risk.
You simply can't hire someone without "real life" experience, expecting them to handle "real life" problems. The new model Law enforcer is squeaky clean, perfect credit, never been in any fist fights, perfect grades, etc.
This wasn't me, so I was turned away. On the plus side, my brother works for the State police. And he tells me the same story: The newer officers go by the "letter of the law" not the " spirit of the law". So, if you're driving four over down the road, you're getting a fine...period. All the issues around my area with law enforcement... involve younger officers.
This is from my area of Idaho.
This is the standard complaint by older officers.