Not being an LEO, but having gone to several CCW classes which leaves me knowing a bit more than nothing, but perhaps not much more, I can't make up my mind whether the shoot was a good shoot or a criminal action by the cop. https://www.foxnews.com/us/rayshard-brooks-atlanta-homicide-gunshot-wounds-back-autopsy Dan Bongino, ex NYPD and Secret Service was adamant that the cop was in his rights to shoot the perp. https://www.foxnews.com/media/dan-bongino-atlanta-rayshard-brooks-shooting Any LEO's on TFF may be able to comment on what they think about this tragic incident where a man lost his life. Looks like much was his own fault but was deadly force justified. My gut reaction is that yes, it was just based on furtive movements of a suspect he was pursuing. Any thoughts from folks who do this for a living? Or retired LEO's? Thank you in advance.