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Active Shooter Interdiction – February 8, 2019

Duration: 57:01
Kevin and Tom talk about the importance of target identification and how to handle an active shooter situation. Time is spent discussing and explaining how to interact with law enforcement arriving in the aftermath of a self-defense shooting. Details such as whether cell phone videos taken by bystan
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Kevin and Tom talk about the importance of target identification and how to handle an active shooter situation. Time is spent discussing and explaining how to interact with law enforcement arriving in the aftermath of a self-defense shooting. Details such as whether cell phone videos taken by bystanders can help or hinder you are covered as well. Other topics include interacting with law enforcement on the scene of an active shooter, winning the race to the phone for 911, and whether or not it’s wise to get involved in trying to stop an active shooter.
Shownotes:

What happens if I shoot the wrong person while trying to protect myself against an attacker? (~1:00)
Are cell phone videos bystanders take during a self-defense shooting helpful to me? (~4:56)
What commands should I give people in a crowd if I need them to move? (~7:45)
Refresh my memory on “run, hide, fight”? (~9:36)
Am I morally or criminally responsible if I leave an area when I hear shots being fired? (~11:45)
How do I stop police from shooting me when I have to draw my gun during an attack? (~13:49)
Explanation of mens rea. (~17:00)
Does the ammunition used during self-defense matter? (~17:47)
If I have a concealed carry permit and my spouse does not, and my spouse uses my gun in a self-defense situation, how will my spouse be treated from a legal standpoint? (~21:10)
If someone enters a business with a weapon and is threatening people can I protect myself and others without getting into legal trouble? (~22:00)
What should I do when carrying while driving? (~25:24)
If a person draws a firearm in a crowded place because they felt threatened but ended up not using their gun, what happens? (~26:45)
What should you tell the police when they arrive on the scene of self-defense whether it does or does not involve shooting? (~28:42)
What happens if family members witness the self-defense shooting? What should they say and what rights do they have? (~35:18)
When should I call USCCA after being involved in a self-defense situation? (~36:50)
Should I take a knee or otherwise change my position to stop a threat in a crowded location? (~39:40)
Is it legal to fire warning shots? (~41:00)
Does it make things worse legally if both you and your spouse shoot to stop a threat? (~42:27)
If you’re walking your dog and your dog is attacked by another dog, can you shoot the attacking dog? (~44:08)
What can I do to further a national reciprocity law? (~46:06)
Is it all right to offer assistance to a police officer who is on duty or off duty? (~48:00)
Can I get involved in an active shooter situation to defend loved ones? (~51:05)
Why is it so hard to get your gun back from the police after a self-defense shooting? (~52:00)
If you’re involved in a self-defense shooting and someone who may be an accomplice walks up and takes the gun from the body of the attacker, what should you do? (~53:15)

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target identification, self-defense, cell phones, law enforcement, active shooter, active killer, mens rea, ammunition, brandishing, 911, race to the phone, USCCA, police, warning shots, defense of property
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