Take off the blinders, knock down that brick wall, take the plugs outa your ears.
He (she?) is NOT defending LEO --- merely stating a LEO-mentality based warning/ reality check.
Basically, if you are not a wide awake, physically and mentally intact, proper English speaker, AND experienced at being a LEO survivor of LEO actions/ enquiries ---- you stand a very high chance of being damaged.
"The Team" commanded "drop the gun" and " put the gun down".
Were there any "don't move", "get on the ground", "show me your hands", "hands behind your head", "turn around", "Walk back slowly", hands behind your back", etc ?
How many voices screaming conflicting (and probably unintelligible} orders?
All it takes is for *ONE of those voices (hyped up on adrenalin) to "see" non-instant-responsiveness to his (or her) voice as a challenging threat, and fire --- the others knee-jerk follow.
I was able to scrounge some laughably edited (ie sparkly rainbow replacing gushing blood) GOT stuff --- there is actually a decent story line in there that does not need all that explicit nudity, violence and gore.
Actually, that set is much older than two years. I t evolved under the fan project Star Trek Continues.
STC chose to finish that Captain Kirk 5-year mission and did it in 11 full length episodes and a slew of shorter gags/ vignettes. They got better with each episode IMHO
When they finally finished, they turned the sets over to Stage 9 for preservation --- and <**gasp**> put out legitimate torrents for the work in DVD and Bluray ISO formats
In spite of what "they" claim, it isn't so much actual copyright infringement-- it is objections to fair use. Fair use says you can do a backup/ working copy, use portions and snippets publicly, not use parts (i.e. block out that f-bomb so the kids can watch) --
That is clearly demonstrated by their successfully getting DRM breaking criminalized.
Frankly, P2P is an easy convenient way to get clean editable backups.