The Canadian Prick.
https://www.policeone.com/patrol-issues/articles/2071009-Why-shooting-to-wound-doesnt-make-sense-scientifically-legally-or-tactically/Not to mention the danger they put the public and themselves in by firing 19 shots in a concrete jungle. No warning shots, no shots meant to wound.
Read this, then I'd love to hear your thoughts on it please Andrew.
For your argument that only one officer should shoot at a time, well, frankly, officers do not train in large coordinated groups.
When a call comes in for an emergency or rapidly escalating situation, whichever officers happen to be in the area arrive as quickly as they can. There is no time to have a group huddle and discuss who shoots in what order.
As for the number of shots fired? I have been trained to fire three rounds at a time towards a threat. How many officers were surrounding him? How many rounds were fired? Seriously, Matt. Do officers supply their own ammunition? Why were so few rounds fired?
For the whole military using police videos for what not to do... Well, in combat, not too many people are paying attention to shooting their cameras. Frankly, there are far fewer combat videos shot by bystanders in a combat zone.