Ha! Slow turkeys! Get a gander at this point made in Dec 12 online Atlantic Magazine, they are obviously monitoring this blog and illicitly mining out nuggets for commercial re-purposing. How come if *I* ever did that, I'd get a landslide of lawyers giving me all kinds of hell, but when they do it to me, I'm supposed to feel flattered or what? Corporate assholes! (By the way, digression here, I saw a cute bumper sticker the other day: I'll believe corporations are people when Texas executes one)
Anyway here is the quote, from Atlantic Magazine article about police training:
Officers aren’t just told about the risks they face. They are shown painfully vivid, heart-wrenching dash-cam footage of officers being beaten, disarmed, or gunned down after a moment of inattention or hesitation. They are told that the primary culprit isn’t the felon on the video, it is the officer’s lack of vigilance. And as they listen to the fallen officer’s last, desperate radio calls for help, every cop in the room is thinking exactly the same thing: “I won’t ever let that happen to me.” That’s the point of the training.
At least they weren't so shameless as to rip off my naming of the syndrome (Video Induced Pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder).