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Old July 7, 2016, 10:29 AM   #2
TXAZ
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You are on track with this as discussed here before. Bottom line is it is imperative to do nothing unexpected or sudden (or stupid) in the officers presence. Follow directions even if they are blatantly wrong. Disclose per your state laws and if the cop is way out of line file a complaint.

From a pure threat perspective, positive results seldom arise from stress testing a human with a weapon, be it police or home invader.
Agree there is likely a training issue here. We will see.
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