Originally Posted by manta
How could they identify the target it could be a child or another innocent person. How could they shoot accurately at the intended target. How would they know if there were innocent bystanders . They have a right. People also have a right not to be shot by someone that caint see what they are shooting at.
What kind of person is attacking them doesn't matter. Even if its a child. Highlight the Trayyvon Martin / George Zimmerman case. So that first sentence doesn't matter. The second and third sentence I have addressed above. And no, people don't
have a right to "not be shot by someone that can't see what they are shooting at." They do, however, have a right to life. Blind people do too.