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Here's the five-minute video: if you don't want to watch somebody being shot, don't watch it.
Referencing the comments to the original video, someone said "he tried to cock the gun" (racked the slide on his semi-auto pistol); nobody can figure out why that comment was made, because it has no bearing on the consequences of the (ineffective) resistance shown here.
"there would be no need to cock it now"
That's true, but irrelevant. In times of stress, even experienced shooters will do dumb things.
Example: in training for pistol competition (IPSC or USPSA ... look it up) people who are familiar with their pistol, but not experienced in the time-pressure of competition, often "rack the slide" after performing a reload ... even though they "know" there is already a round in the chamber. This wastes precious time and does not reward the shooter. That's what is happening in the video.
But The Lizard Will Not Be Denied.The "Lizard Brain" instinctively over-rides the "Primate Brain" because the shooter desperately wants to know that there is a round in the chamber, so he does the one thing that he knows will chamber a round. This is a waste of time, in a moment when survival depends on Correct Decisions made in a matter of micro-seconds. If these people were capable of Correct Decisions, they would have found a more demanding, but safer, line of work.
People have died from this instinctive inability to correctly prioritize response to aggression. As you see here.
We are fortunate that thugs and bullies are so arrogant that they don't even bother to learn the nuances of their tools; they are too lazy to learn a productive skill. If they were not thus, they would become carpenters and live a long and (ultimately) more productive life.
And they would not resort to common thuggery if it were not so easy to do; they might find it a difficult lifestyle to survive in a nation of armed citizens.
Liberals, of course, do not acknowledge this lesson. They find it "uncomfortable" to be critical of their philosophical brethren.