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As someone who used to investigate officer-involved shootings for the City of Portland in their Risk Management Department, one of the things that struck me in some of the articles about this case is that instead of briefing the the officers who were on the scene with the K-9, Beanbag and AR-15, the Sgt. on the scene told the primary officer talking to the subject to order him out and then went around the corner to brief a Lt. and Captain on the scene. The officers were completely surprised when the subject came out of the apartment and didn't know he had been texting and talking to the primary officer and it seemed a positive connection had been made. Also, why wasn't that Sgt. asked to speak to the Grand Jury?
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