Could Tolley please sort out Police Marksmanship

Poorly placed shots means bad guys go to jail. This may piss off the liberals who reckon cops shouldn’t drill holes in bad bastards, but this blog is far more concerned that one day inadequate police marksmanship will see one of our police die.

Two police officers used pepper spray and a taser in a confrontation with Hussein at Hoon Hay Rd.

Hussein then ran at a third officer, who shot him in the shoulder and wrist from a distance of about two metres with a Glock pistol.

Sir Carruthers said he had looked at whether the officer should have armed himself, the number of shots fired and whether other tactical options had been attempted before deciding the shooting was lawful.

He said police arranged for medical care to be given to Hussein as soon as he was shot.

Hussein was sentenced to six years and six months in jail for possession of a knife, kidnapping, and intent to cause grievous bodily harm on September 20.

Hitting a frenzied guy in the wrist and shoulder from 2m is piss poor shooting. Only hitting him twice is even worse. One day one of the good guys will die because the fuckwit liberal elite don’t understand that if you have to pull a gun on a bad guy the bad guy will do anything to kill you. It is far better to protect our police by letting the police know we will support them unless they fail to empty their magazine.

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