The only reasonable response

Whether its an unarmed black teen in Ferguson (AAAAAAAAAAAAH! run for the hills), a 12-year-old black Cleveland kid “armed” with an Airsoft replica (“Danger Will Robinson. Danger! Danger!), or an unarmed black woman involved in a domestic dispute (“My Spider-Sense is tingling!”), some threats are so absolutely terrifying…so horrific…so panic inducing that the most reasonable response from law enforcement is to use lethal force. Those threats, however, pale in comparison to the perilous situation an Atlanta police officer was recently involved in:

Channel 2 Action News has obtained exclusive video of the man who was shot. Video showed him hanging naked from a balcony and walking around before police arrived.

“He was doing weird movement. He was crawling on the floor, lying down on the floor,” said one witness, who asked not to be identified

The officer was responding to reports of an unarmed and unclothed man banging on doors and crawling on the ground.

“He tells me, ‘I’m OK, I’m OK.’ That’s what he was saying,” the witness said.

The witness said he told the man, identified as 27-year-old Anthony Hill, to go inside or he was going to get arrested.

“He was acting crazy but he was calm like he didn’t know where he was. He was like kind of lost in his face,” the witness said.

The responding officer, who is described as a seven-year veteran, confronted Hill.

Some witnesses and the chief of police say Hill was aggressive and lunged at the officer.

“When the male saw the officer, he charged, running at the officer. The officer called on him to step back, drew his weapon and fired two shots,” said DeKalb County Director of Public Safety Cedric Alexander.

Hill died at the scene. Some believe the shooting was justified while others aren’t sure.

Well that’s silly. Of course it was justified. This was a naked, unarmed man. We all know what a threat they are. I mean, look at this image:

Clearly this naked, unarmed man (who happens to be black, which I’m sure means absolutely nothing) presented a danger to the life of the officer, so lethal force was completely justified. I mean, what else was the cop going to do?

The only reasonable response