Here's the problem with police work. Most of the time it's boring, it's routine and nothing going on, then all of sudden, it's balls to the wall and adrenalin rushing. Then certain situations require split-second decisions, now that's all ok until you make a mistake, then the world comes down on you. I know there are some people that have no business wearing the uniform and those usually get themselves in a bind sooner or later but I personally know of a few cases where the officer just made a mistake. I'm not trying to justify this officer, I really don't know the case, but It bothers me when I read what I perceive to be hatred towards police officers. I feel bad and have empathy for both the victim and the officer, I'm pretty sure that officer didn't wake up that morning and said I'm going kill someone today. Mistakes do happen and will continue to happen because police officer are human and no amount of training will change that possibility.