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Old 05-13-2014, 02:35 PM   #101
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I hope I never have to put if some one threatens myself, y fiance, those I care about or brakes into my house when I am there it will end very badly for them. At that point they have made their choice and I will have made mine.
The point I have been trying to make is DO NOT make the choice BEFORE the fact. Be prepared to use lethal force if necessary, BUT NEVER get locked in a preconceived mindset to 'shoot' before the facts are there for you do decide. Know tactics, law, and use common sense.
Even with the 'castle doctrine' in place (which I agree with 1000%) there WILL be times when the use of lethal force may be legal, but not morally justified!
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Old 06-13-2014, 08:42 AM   #102
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I didn't watch the whole video, so maybe I missed some big, enlightening point he was coming to. But, my answer is simple. You put the life of an innocent in danger, whether it be myself, my wife, my daughter, someone I've never met, or anyone in between, I have no problem pulling the trigger. I did plenty of trigger pulling while deployed with my Marine unit during my three deployments to the sandbox, now I serve the people of my community as a police officer. If someone forces me to pull on them, if I shoot or not is their decision, not mine. I will use whatever force necessary to protect the innocent, and sleep like a baby after.


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Old 06-19-2014, 07:43 PM   #103
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Can't say how many times I've cited the same sentiment about this world and its voluntary victimization. It's pathetic.

I've been held under the thumb of this line of questioning by more than a few. It goes so much deeper than was even touched on in this video.

I've been asked how is respond when confronted by the family/friends of the attacker. These types of people just don't have the fortitude of mind, body or soul to understand.

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