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« Reply #15 on: October 07, 2012, 06:34:53 PM »

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He is perhaps the the biggest fictional rogue cop in history.  If he were a real police officer, he wouldn't be a police officer very long.  He would instead be in prison on charges of first-degree murder.  Cops in real life only kill a suspect if there is no possibility of taking that suspect into custody alive and if that suspect were a danger to the general public.

Which killing would get him a murder charge?  In the first film at least, every single shooting was a clear case of self-defense. 

And "first-degree murder" no less. Takes one hell of a rogue cop to plan his suspect killings in advance.
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