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  • the7egend (edited 3 years ago)
    +1

    Again, like I said, you don't know what his job is like, you don't know if he was in a good neighborhood or a bad neighborhood, the fact he pulled his gun means he himself felt mortally threatened, as he obviously should have since his gun was grabbed away from him and he was beat with it. Even as the man reached for his weapon he was not committed to using his full extent of force by firing the weapon. There was no reason for the man to get out of his car, I like how the victim in this crime is being accused of negligence because he pulled his gun on an obviously violent man.

    Edit: http://www.neighborhoodscout.com/al/birmingham/crime/ Here's you a link to how safe Birmingham is.