In-Game Name: Brayden Taylor
Affiliation: The Unchained
Video Evidence: N/A
Point of View: Hello, I was involved in this entire situation from start to end and was one of the Unchained people who checked up on Kenji's medical status. After being assaulted/injured by multiple individuals Kenji no longer reacted and appeared to be unconscious. This has led my character to check Kenji's vitals. Due to previous knowledge from SA:MP roleplay servers my medical knowledge is a bit more advanced than most people. I decided to check his pulse rate and informed him OOCly that a pulse rate of 60-80 is a regular pulse rate, after much OOC chatter coming from him he told me that his pulse rate lays between 10 to 15, I know for a fact that when someone has a pulse rate of below 20 you cannot physically feel a pulse rate on the person anymore. You require an electrocardiogram for that pulse rate to be seen, hence my character thought Kenji was already dead. This was confirmed when I tried to listen to his breathing rate, I again gave him a regular rate of 12-20 bpm and he answered that it cannot be detected by human nerves. This response raised my eyebrows because I was listening to his breathing plus looking to his chest (You'd at least feel him breathing against your air, no matter how low his breathing rate is.) Due the fact that he said that he said I couldn't notice for some reason I decided to go along with it and not complain (despite it being unrealistic). I told the others that Kenji was dead as I couldn't notice a pulse rate or breathing rate. Thus being clinically dead. This has led him to get shot to avoid him turning into one of the infected. Thus actually killing him, he roleplayed it in a way that we couldn't detect him being alive and he was roleplaying dead.
That's my point of view mainly, however I've asked the others what injuries were caused to Kenji and this made me easily conclude that such kind of injuries cannot lower a heart rate to 10-15 beats per minute. It's simply unrealistic and I personally see it as power gaming. I don't believe there's anything wrong from our side as he didn't give us a chance to detect that he was alive (as he said himself, his breathing couldn't be detected and his pulse rate was too low to feel.) He was simply shot to confirm and avoid him becoming an infected/zombie. The way he roleplayed his injuries was not a cool way to deal with it and some of our people have contacted him but as far I know he returned a cocky answer and didn't bother taking our advice. Which initially led to reports being posted, that's sad.