Was Mr. Gray really a victim or part of the greater problem? He was in fact a habitual criminal with past of selling drugs like heroin.
He is the victim. He is a human being with the constitutional right not to have his spine broken by someone. He still has his constitutional rights even if you think he is a bad person. And there is that thing about human rights. You have them as a human, completely independent of you behaviour. I know that some people dream of stripping other people of their human rights because they dislike them. But that's a thinking we usually call totalitarian.
The first question that comes to my mind is, "What the fuck is the point of 2 Gbps service for residential customers?"
For instance, it would be feasible to use off site storage even for often used data. You could upload your movies to some file service and stream from there. No need for your own backup concept. You could even have your office file stuff on a remote filer and wouldn't notice much of a speed bump.
You can always look at the options. Is it feasible to fly to the local supermarket? If you have a helicopter, maybe it is. Does it make sense? Except for the ego boosting factor, probably not. Is it possible to drive from New York to Paris, France? If you get your car on a freight ship, it is. Does it make sense? In most cases, not, except you want that car to be in Paris for some reason.
So yes, flying and driving by car are comparable. In many cases, there is a clear winner. But in a lot of other cases, there are several factors to consider until the best option can be determined.
The first space probe to pass Mercury was Mariner 10. Mariner 11 and Mariner 12 were supposed to fly to Jupiter and Saturn, but they were renamed to Voyager 1 and Voyager 2.
Natural selection is what happens if there is no special breeding goal.
Please, please show me the law that says so.