I came across this article this evening - http://www.bostonherald.com/news/national/midwest/view.bg?articleid=1061144335&position=recent. Something about this reporting has set off my BS meter. A few "facts" I have issue with, I am under the impression that all Police Officers are issued firearms from their departments? So what type of firearm would they be issuing if it could "accidentally" be fired without deliberately putting your finger on the trigger? So she embraced the officer from behind, resulting in a discharge and the bullet traveled upwards, not down towards the ground? Is there a holster out there that carries a firearm in such a fashion? I'm just having trouble beleiving that a holstered weapon could actually discharge and that in the events as described for the path of the bullet is reminicsent of JFK's magic bullet in my opion. Thought, info, flaming?