The main thing that bothers me is the fact that this was "CAMPUS SECURITY" and the officer had to of known (or at least suspected) this was a student. It's not like the officer was cornered in a dark alley in Prichard. I said this in the previous thread, but I don't think the officer exhausted every option before pulling the trigger. I believe the officer felt threatened. I also believe the officer would act differently if he could do it over again. I think it was an error in judgement by the officer and obviously the student. Both sides were at fault. It's a terrible situation for everyone involved.
This post was edited on 10/9 at 5:16 pm