US police shoot suspect on cliff ledge with non-lethal round

#3
Hill, whose screen name was Steve Driver, was accused of attacking colleagues with a samurai sword that the production house used as a prop.

A prop for what? Snuff films?
 
#5
There's so much in this story - I hope someone is going to make a film. Title? The Swordsman?

whf
 
#6
FFS standing around in the sun for 8 hours without a burger van in sight?

Surprised they waited so long. No great loss
 

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LE
Kit Reviewer
#11
Blogg said:
FFS standing around in the sun for 8 hours without a burger van in sight?

Surprised they waited so long. No great loss
That may have been said in jest but it's not beyond the bounds of credibility that a copper decided the suspect was 'no great loss.'
I know several in the UK that believe they have the right to make that decision too, and this includes instructors.
 
#12
non lethal round :twisted:

particularly ham fisted
 
#14
They had video footage of this taken from the bottom of the cliff on the news last night before they knew he was dead.

To me it looked like he made a decision to jump / slide down the cliff as he didn't think it was as steep / high as it was and he misjudged it.

The locals think he jumped too - KTLA Story
 
#16
I read earlier he jumped, the cops tried to talk him down. But its the media, you never get just one story.
 
#17
Bit of a bugger getting the bullet twice in a week.
 

maguire

LE
Book Reviewer
#19
auscam said:
Hill, whose screen name was Steve Driver, was accused of attacking colleagues with a samurai sword that the production house used as a prop.

A prop for what? Snuff films?
*insert joke here about porn studios needing lots of big choppers*

insert...hurrrrrrrr... :p
 
#20
What that situation needed was more coppers.
 

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