It's Taylor. Do not expect anything logical from them. If the cyclist had a gun or knife the truck driver may have gotten some slack from them. But since bicycle guy did not have weapons (fists have never killed anyone right?) . They will throw every charge they can at him to see what sticks. Now remember back to last summer, when a older man came home, got out of his car and saw a dog he thought was aggresive (he most likely was right in being scared of it). He then goes into his house, gets a 40 cal Glock and fires multiple rounds into & at the dog. Guess what? He had no charges brought even though many neighbors stated what he did put more people in danger than the dog did and that he should have just called animal control.
What's my point? Logically one would think a attack - sudden and violent would warrant the use of deadly force to defend ones life. A situation where one not only has the time to leave, then recoup a pistol inside ones home, then return and fire multiple rounds near a public street for a "possible threat" would warrant at minimum an investgation right? Not so in Taylor. The main difference is one knew members of the police force and the other person did not. Not saying either sould have been charged, but in my honest opinion the dog shooter was more in violation of the law than the driver of the pickup truck.
Giving up civil rights for security is a certain way to lose both!