Looks like they are shooting anything that moves now.
Police shoot two in Torrance in search for ex-LAPD cop - latimes.com
Police Accidentally Shoot Newspaper Deliverers During Manhunt - Reason 24/7 : Reason.com
The Page Ranking guy for the cops was on TV and said that Dorner "cowardly" ambushed a couple of officers. Explaining that he didn't give them a chance to fight back. I was trying to think what the standard is for "cowardly" here. Is it the same standard for those cops who shot and wounded the innocent women delivering newspapers? Now we have paicked cops armed to the teeth loose on the streets shooting anything that moves out of fear (cowardice?).
Is the same standard of "cowardly" applied to cops who perform a home invasion with a no knock warrant and kill some unsuspecting innocent person or persons inside when it's a wrong address for example. Those folks didn't have a chance to fight back either. Are those cops also "cowardly"? Just trying to understand what the "cowardly" standard is for cops. Or is it just non-cops who are "cowardly"? hmmm....