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Killing People—Don’t Beat Around the Bush

Mar 24, 2022 | Podcast, Short Talks | 0 comments

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A pet peeve of ours is when people talk about deadly force and say, “Do what you gotta do.” As instructors, using explicit language when teaching about lethal force is vital when there is a threshold that cannot be crossed. We have to help our students mentally prepare and morally reconcile lethal force so that they can be decisive when lives are at stake.

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