Devil’s Harbor


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Devil’s Harbor: Alex Gilly

No two people often see an incident in the same way. Different slants, angles and even lighting can change a person’s perspective when reporting or seeing something happening. Marine Interdiction Agent Nick Finn saw what he thought was a boat, using his night vision goggles and trying to make contact with the person on board. But, not everyone follows protocol and thinking the person had something in his hand, possibly a weapon, he warned the suspect to put his hands but instead he fired what appeared to be an AK 47 but no one could be sure. The breeze or wind pushed a ring of smoke in front of the man and Finn’s visibility to see him clearly was gone. His only option was to take a chance and shoot him, which he did. But, was this a legitimate kill or would it land him in…

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