Everyone's stating how if an army checkpoint is approached that the man should be shot. Isn't the army trained to neutralize by non-lethal force?! The man wasn't carrying a gun, it was a bottle. Shooting him in the leg or arm from far would have been more than enough to neutralize him. Why did they have to kill him?
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