The police may have wondered if, instead of shooting him, they should have recruited him:
The lawyer had opened fire on the house in Bywater Street three times earlier in the day – at one stage missing an armed officer by only a foot.Missed by only a foot? Wow!
That almost qualifies him for ‘police marksman’ status, doesn’t it? I mean, with a little bit of training, he too could be blasting away ineffectually at cows with inadequate weapons or blowing the legs off horses….
And is anyone going to ask awkward questions about this?
Saunders, 32, died after being hit by five bullets from seven officers following the siege at his home in Chelsea, west London, on the evening of 6 May 2008.So, assuming they all shot only once, anyone curious as to where the other two bullets went?