After hitting nine innocent bystanders with gunfire the New York City Police Department (NYPD) decided to again demonstrate their staunch recognition of firearm safety by shooting another innocent person:
A terrified Bronx bodega worker fleeing armed thugs who held up his store was shot dead by a cop responding to the scene — and the three alleged robbers have been charged with his murder.
Robbers entered a story, the worker called the police and fled, and upon exiting the store was gunned down by the police he called (this demonstrates the fact that you should never call the police). This case is made more interesting by the fact the police, who murdered the worker, have charged the robbers with the murder. How does that make sense? It doesn’t, which is why I’m not surprised to see it happen in New York City.