Then if that’s true he straight up knew that the warrant was a lie and everything after that warrant he should be held accountable for.
I look at that just like felony murder. I imagine lying to a judge under oath in that state could be a felony, so he committed a crime and as a result someone died. Even if his bullets were not the ones that killed her.
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Again it happens and when you just look at that part, it still isn’t murder. You just saw your fellow officer hit by a bullet, people are going to be stupid and return fire.Ok but you're not allowed to blindly fire lol