The weird thing about the Rayshard incident is I don't think the alcohol made him start running from the cops. Apparently this is standard behavior among certain people. A younger Johnnie Cochran and his family once got pulled over at gunpoint because they thought he was in a stolen car. He just stood there and humiliatingly waited it out, because that's what you do. He didn't pull the "Do you know who I am? I'm a prosecutor for the city of Los Angeles!!" He didn't demand to see a supervisor (right then). Anyway, back to Rayshard, I assure you he would've started running even if he was entirely sober. Stupid escape attempt aside, once he fired the taser at the cop, he was unarmed so I'm not sold on the need for the lethal force at that point. Unfortunately I don't want to be affiliated with people who think police brutality is when you don't want to give a cop your name as you brag about how you're about to get your lawyer on the phone and then you get hauled out of the car.