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You could argue that, but what I had decided right then and there is that I couldn't see a child dying before my eyes the I chose what I thought might just be the lesser of the two evils. Now the kid screwing up with the traitor, it's just an honest mistake by a little kid nothing more and nothing less. Maybe it's that guys fault for getting in the way hhhmmmm....? --- http://kinomania.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/gran-torino-clint-eastwood.jpg http://verleih.polyfilm.at/how_arnold_won_the_west/arnold%20thumbs%20up.jpg
My choice was simply reacting. I don't think I had time to take in the entire scene. I just reacted and chose the kid before realizing the issue was more than just zombies. --- well I am not like your dad. I worked as a chef at TGIF-Mattson
Considering there were zombies bearing down, can you blame the kid for freaking out? It could have been an accident when he got frightened and moved the wheel over Shawn's leg. This is an 8 year old kid, not a stone cold Navy Seal.
Just find it weird that so many people chose against the kid for this reason. Or even any reason. I'd hope it would be because there is no real life consequence, otherwise, I'm afraid for what humanity might become in a situation like that.