Many of our Blurb reporters have been closely following a local current event, which saw a teenager named Peyton Strickland killed by police, who had come to arrest him for reportedly stealing a Playstation 3 video game system from another college student.
The police reportedly heard pounding–which they thought was gunshots–when they arrived. That’s when they opened fire.
So our critical question is were the police right to open fire when they arrived at Strickland’s house? Do police have the right to protect themselves or is the responsibility to be sure that everyone is safe more important?
Here’s what we think:
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