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Old 01-05-2012, 03:07 PM   #11
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It would be nice if the blood suckers wouldnt chase and champion for the bad guys. Never a thought for victims I guess? But I guess this is America, and they can make money on either side of the fence, to hell with what they look like.
But why would we need something like the castle doctrine? Why should some douche bag court be able to decide how I protect me and mine?
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Old 01-09-2012, 01:53 AM   #13
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Do you live in one of the 11 states where this young mother would have been arested?

If so call your state officials and join the 39 ( Oklahoma was one thank fully ) where she did everything right! She was on the phone for 21 minutes with 911 before she pulled the trigger!

Oklahoma Teen Mom Shoots Intruder Dead | Calls 911 First for Permission | Sarah McKinley | Oklahoma City | Video | TheBlaze.com
So I live in the crap state of IL, however my understanding is that we would be OK - is that correct?
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Even in our embarrasing state of IL, we still can defend our families in our home. Just make sure the BG is past the threshold of your entry door. If you shoot him and he lands on the outside of your entry, better pull him over the threshold or you will know doubt be having to do some explaining!

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So I live in the crap state of IL, however my understanding is that we would be OK - is that correct?
If you kill them from the front and stick to your story ...lol
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Castle Doctrine pretty much means you do not have to retreat when in your castle ( dwelling ) you have the right to stand your ground and defend yourself if you feel your life or someone else is in grave danger.
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Even in our embarrasing state of IL, we still can defend our families in our home. Just make sure the BG is past the threshold of your entry door. If you shoot him and he lands on the outside of your entry, better pull him over the threshold or you will know doubt be having to do some explaining!

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So I live in the crap state of IL, however my understanding is that we would be OK - is that correct?
The State of Illinois must be kept separate from "Cook County" or "The City of Chicago". The gun rules where I live in DeKalb County are very different from those in Cook County or Chicago.
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Hey Downsouth .... need to color in Wisconsin now !!!!

Thursday, December 08, 2011


Yesterday, Governor Scott Walker signed into law important self-defense legislation for the citizens of Wisconsin. Commonly known as the “Castle Doctrine,” Assembly Bill 69 will provide essential protections for law-abiding citizens who defend themselves and their families from a criminal looking to do them harm. This new law took effect immediately.

“Castle Doctrine” establishes the presumption that an individual who forcibly enters one’s home, business or occupied motor vehicle is there to cause death or great bodily harm, and allows the use of force, including deadly force, against that person. This bill also eliminates any “duty to retreat” so that law-abiding citizens no longer must turn their back on a criminal and try to run when attacked.

Finally, AB 69 provides that any person who uses force, authorized by law, shall not be prosecuted for using such force and also prohibits criminals and their families from suing victims for injuring or killing the criminals who have attacked them. In short, it restores rights to law-abiding people and forces judges and prosecutors to focus on protecting victims.

Please contact Governor Walker at govgeneral@wisconsin.gov to thank him for signing Assembly Bill 69 into law and the right to self-defense for Wisconsinites.


Thanks again Gov. Walker !!!!!!! (need a animated clap icon)
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