shot her disoriented

Reply Fri 2 Oct, 2020 09:32 pm
Does "shot her disoriented" mean "shot her in a random way"?

John Eligon tweeted 4h ago:
The raid on Breonna Taylor's apartment left a detective who shot her disoriented. “If you told me I didn’t do something ... I’d believe you. If you told me I did do something, I’d probably believe you.” We sorted through 15 hours of grand jury testimony.
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Reply Fri 2 Oct, 2020 09:44 pm
The detective was disoriented
Reply Fri 2 Oct, 2020 09:56 pm
chai2 wrote:

The detective was disoriented

The detective lost his directions?
Reply Sat 3 Oct, 2020 06:13 am
Disoriented means confused.

He's saying that the confusion of the raid left him confused. That he didn't remember what he did or didn't do, and that if you told him one way or the other, he'd believe you.

Basically he's saying he's not responsible for shooting a human because he got confused while doing something he was trained to do.
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