Two Stories of Deadly Force


Sometimes the use of deadly force is necessary to quell an imminent threat. Other times an officer must take a more nuanced approach to the situation. Too often we hear of officers jumping to the former. Some people will say the distinction is not that easy. Try watching your people be systematically exterminated, then you…

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Memorial Day and the War at Home

Earlier this week we celebrated Memorial Day. It is a day of remembrance for everyone who has died serving in the American armed forces. The holiday originated during and after the Civil War. The definition of “war” according to Merriam-Webster: A state or period of fighting between countries or groups; A situation in which people…

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