“When Williams at last showed his hands, a silver and black Smith & Wesson pistol rested in his right palm. His arm hung at his side, the gun pointed at the ground. He started to back up along a narrow sidewalk leading to the house. Mader drew his weapon and moved to take cover behind the car parked in front of 119 Marie. ‘Put the gun down,’ Mader said.” The suspect did not put the gun down. The officer didn’t shoot. And that’s when the controversy started. ProPublica with “a shocking story of police and lethal force. Just not the one you might expect.” I Don’t Want To Shoot You, Brother.