First and foremost, an unarmed person is very dangerous, and unarmed people beat other people to death all of the time. Reality is, in every single fight, regardless whether someone is armed or not, there's the potential that someone could die. When there's a large difference in size, that likelihood increases.selen wrote:However, I think in US the law enforcement gets away too easily when they kill an unarmed person.
Second, when you have someone who is committed to an act of violence against a police officer, it is not unreasonable for that officer to fear that said assailant may obtain control of their weapon. Obviously, if they obtain the weapon, it makes a dangerous person even more dangerous: one who can kill many, quickly.
So when you say that LE in the USA "get away" too easily when they're forced to use lethal force, what you're actually telling us is that you have no idea how dangerous people can be, and even less about lawful use of force in the United States.