“A grand jury on Tuesday declined to indict a Texas trooper [Miguel Avila] who fired from a helicopter on a fleeing pickup truck along the U.S.-Mexico border, killing two Guatemalan immigrants,” the AP reports. “The DPS has said Avila was aboard the helicopter and believed drugs were in the truck’s bed when he opened fire during the pursuit near La Joya. The trooper opened fire to disable the vehicle because it was barreling toward a school zone, the DPS has said. Instead, nine Guatemalans and a teenage driver were found by authorities on the ground. Six of the Guatemalan immigrants were under a sheet, two of them wounded fatally. Nevertheless, DPS revised its policies in February to prohibit shooting from the sky unless the aircraft is fired upon. According to the revised policy, ‘a firearms discharge from an aircraft is authorized only when an officer reasonably believes that the suspect has used or is about to use deadly force by use of a deadly weapon against the air crew, ground officers or innocent third parties.'” Wait; what happens if a drug mule (being pursued by numerous cops for 14 miles) is barreling towards a school zone? Think of the children!