How many times while growing up did you play cops and robbers?

Either you were the good guy or the bad man armed with his fist emulating a pistol pointing at you yelling "Bang Bang - You're Dead" - Most of the TV shows or movies can't even begin to show you what a real-life shooting is like. Police all around the country face this every single time they head out their front door - putting their lives on the line for that split-second they must make a decision to pull the trigger on a suspect. A real-life or death scenario. Imagine what you would do if you owned a gun, and suddenly a situation of self-defense came about - Could you mentally and physically pull the trigger? Shoot to kill? Last Night A man was shot and killed in Minot, North Dakota. Self-defense is what the shooter told the police.

A man was found dead, and the shooter waited for the police

According to  "City of Minot release -from last night.

A 34-year-old man has died after a shooting incident in northwest Minot on Monday evening. The identity of the deceased is being withheld until the family can be notified.

The shooter waited for law enforcement to arrive and was detained on the scene. The shooter gave the Minot Police Department a statement and claimed self-defense.

No arrests have been made. The investigation is ongoing"

As of today, no further word on either the suspect or the shooter's identity

The question again is, could you pull the trigger?


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