Generally no but here again is that simply what we have?Do you think pushing someone to the ground is unlawful deadly force?
But, he didnt get punched in the face.Is a punch to the face deadly force? Generally no and yet people have died from it.
Most likely, since IMO he will be convictedShould the shooter have waited until being attacked again to fire?
This is correct but thought experiments like this can prepare us for the real event. Maybe if the shooter ran more scenarios through his mind he wouldn't have fired from anger/adrenaline and wouldnt be on trial nowIt's not he did this so I did that out there in the street. Sure we train in if/then thinking but our training is lacking when we put it to the test in the real world.
I agreeIt is unfortunate what happened but maybe people should stop being a..holes in the world. I'm sure the shootee didn't think he was gonna draw his last breath that day because his baby's mama illegally parked......but it was. Maybe he should have come out of the store said - I'm sorry, you are right, let me move it but his ego would not allow for that.
Consider that people have died from being pushed to the ground. Is it deadly force? Then consider the disparity in force question. Does that make a difference? How about the difference in age physical condition and how it effects these decisions.Do you think pushing someone to the ground is unlawful deadly force?