Sure. Attacking a cop could end up a very bad result, or death.
We get it.
What isn't being proven here is the cop working to prevent that outcome. You probably didn't read my post above, but that's a core difference between the two enforcement doctrines.
One works toward a good outcome. The other works toward compliance and control.
Very different outcome potentials. When the latter is coupled with a disregard for people, say black people, but it could be trannies, or hookers, or asians, whatever... the number of bad outcomes goes way up over the expected norms, which is what we are discussing here.
Under that, we have the overall expectation of a just society, not lord of the flies kind of shit going on.
This means having a bad night shouldn't leave a person dead. We shouldn't cultivate that expectation either, and it appears a fair number of us are, in fact, cultivating that expectation, which is a load of authoritarian shit.