August 28th, 2014
12:07 AM ET

Preparing police for confrontation

Officer Darren Wilson's actions are being closely scrutinized to determine whether his decision to shoot Michael Brown was justified. One lab is working to help train police officers for the moments like that when lives are on the line. Gary Tuchman visited the violence confrontation lab and even took part in one of the simulations.

Anderson discussed the impact of this sort of training with Neil Bruntrager, General Counsel of the St. Louis Police Officers Association and Phillip Abita Goff, Assistant Professor of social psychology at UCLA.

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  1. warthog6

    Kneel Bruntrager?

    In case anyone's confused about this nickname, its when a man gets a massive rager so fast he falls to his knees–from seeing a "brunt"–a chick so fat, there's a front-but where her c\/nt should be.

    August 31, 2014 at 7:47 pm |

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