April 19, 2021

Frame by Frame

This is an interesting analysis of the shooting of Adam Toldeo by a Chicago law enforcement officer.

Less than one second elapsed between Toledo beginning his turn toward the officer with a gun in his right hand, and the officer firing a single shot from his service weapon. And these were not ideal conditions in which to make a split-second decision: it was dark, and Stillman’s heart rate and adrenaline levels were likely elevated due to the foot chase.

Go read.  

1 comment:

Old NFO said...

Hard call, no question. Shows that there is very little time to make those shoot no shoot decisions!