Not related to the MS OIS, but there was "related incident" video embedded in the article about a KC, MO OIS with a witness interview, oblivious to why officers might do things they do having more information about the incident unfolding than the average green-haired bystander (admittedly, exaggerated on my part, but this is about the level of reaction these people give regarding police doing what they have to do):
"Oh my God, like she didn't even kill you yet and you just like shoot her, I can't believe it!"
I tell people all the time that people (of ALL races) get shot by police because they attack police, NOT because "the police are out hunting people like it's People Season".
I've been pulled over.
I've been hemmed-up, handcuffed, put into the back seat of their car, simply for being in the wrong place at the wrong time (mistaken identity).
I've never so much as gotten mad at the officers for any of that. I just do whatever they say.
I walked/drove away after they were done, 100% of the time.
It's a simple concept, really.