The incident at 15:15 is the exact same situation as the Walter Scott shooting, except that Walter Scott in his coked up state managed to get on top of officer Michael Slager, and got his tazer and attempted to fire it at Slager. If successful this would incapacitate the officer, putting him at total mercy of the criminal. Thus the risk of death or serious bodily harm, to the officer. Such conditions elevate the use of force for police to "deadly force." And this elevated level of force does not dissipate simply by running away (as Walter Scott did). Slager has been imprisoned for years, a terrible injustice.
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