Even if there was incoming fire at his building, he is WRONG to fire into a crowd in the hope to hit whoever shot at him.
Even if he saw the person that shot at him, he is WRONG to fire into a crowd in the hope to hit whoever shot at him.
It sounds like he caked a round off to quite down an unruly crowd.
His service record while appreciated is irrelevant to the incident. The race of the group standing outside is irrelevant.
He deserves counseling and possibly jail time. He should have his rights to own a gun removed as he has shown an inability to handle the responsibility of owning one.
"Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it." -Mark Twain