jonnygothispen wrote:1. He easily separated from Pauli.
Please cite evidence of that?
jonnygothispen wrote:2. Heimsness inability to accurately assess Pauli's drunken state despite how ineffective Pauli was in their brief confrontation
Sure, in a very short amount of time, while being attacked, and trying to determine if his life was in danger, he didn't squeeze in a field sobriety test. A violent person and a drunk person can look a lot alike when the drunk person is attacking you.
jonnygothispen wrote:3. Pauli was standing there with his hands at his side.
Again, do you have any evidence of that? Have you even read the police report with O'Malley's statement or the statements of either of the officers who were present? Let me guess; "no because police lie"
jonnygothispen wrote:4. The neighbor yelled several times "He's my neighbor! He's my neighbor!" and if the reports are true, also said or may have said, "Don't shoot! He's not a burglar!
The first part of this has been address multiple times but
jonnygothispen wrote:You can ignore the facts until you turn blue in the face if it makes you feel better.
as to the second part, again please cite your evidence. You've clearly investigated this incident far better than the Department of Justice, the MPD, the County Sheriff, or the District Attorney's Office so why aren't you sharing all these "facts" you've dug up?