In most jurisdictions, police officers involved in the fatal shooting of civilian get a “cooling off” period before they have to tell investigators what happened. This time for cooling-off gives the police officers an opportunity to collect their thoughts and present their positions after their emotions have had an opportunity to cool down. Why shouldn’t […]
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