Let’s say the car was in reverse backing towards him, why then shoot the passenger and not the driver in the first place?
Or better yet why not just get out of the way?
That’s why you generally don’t shoot at a moving vehicle unless it’s moving right at you. If the vehicle was in reverse, coming right at him, he would at least had an excuse and whoops, he missed the driver.
That's what I was wondering. If in reverse, he shot the passenger. If moving forward away from him, he shot the passenger. I think he had a rifle, but how do you shoot the passenger! If he's that bad a shot shooting under duress, he should not be shooting at all. Firing isn't enough, he needs to go to jail.