I'm a trained police officer in the state of Georgia. First of all let me just say to the last comment that the number of times a person is shot by police is not the issue. We are trained to stop the treat and until that treat is stoped you keep shooting. Yes one properly placed shot would of killed the person but until that threat is stopped that person can still shoot back at you. Supreme Court case Gram vs Conner and OCGA law #16-3-21 and OCGA law #17-4-20b will help people understand when the police and public can and can not use deadly force. Those are Georgia laws but the supreme court case was a case thats out of the state of Tennesse. Those police offices did excatly what they were trained to do..