Ill reply to both your comments here.
First of all - i get the video i really do. My main problem is that there wouldn't be a use for a video introduction on how to behave when pulled over if handguns weren't as common as they are. I Know, its a different issue, but when it comes down to how to react in a given situation, whether or not a suspect statistically would be suspected to carry a handgun or not will definitely have an impact on the descionmaking of the officer.
For the situation in question, and regarding the video which you posted in your post, yes, there was definitely a time where you could make the argument that the officer could have to put him down - BUT, that time was when the guy charged him, not after they wrestled....
Jurisdiction has nothing to do with what I'm trying to say. I'm implying that there is a difference between the value the different nations put on human life. And i think you must be very naive if you think that the problems with abusive and even murderous law enforcement officers only is due to race and social problems. It has as much to do with your far too liberal culture towards weapons as it has with the rest.
Now I'm not saying that this is the best example of wrongful use of force, we've all seen videos a lot worse. And Yes, the guy was an idiot. But he was still shot down on the street like a dog, and no human deserves that. As said, an arguemnt could be made to shoot him earlier when he charged, but not at that point in time.