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Old 09-03-2012, 09:39 PM   #11
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Shut up
Say, these folks don't happen to live near a pig farm do they?

http://youtu.be/kBvCPTK1MmY



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Old 09-03-2012, 09:47 PM   #12
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Thanks for the comments guys its good to hear like minded views.

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Old 09-03-2012, 09:54 PM   #13
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This is how we do it in the UK. Interesting to see how this turns out.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-19456928
Holly Cow!!!!! That's screwed up.
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I live a good half hour from town in a very rural area and several years ago our county sherrif said, on tv ,that he would prefer the people in the outlying areas handle their problems themselves if possible.
Unless it is a shooting or a kidnapped child , average response time out here is 1 1/2 hrs.
So...... most of live by the triple S motto.
Like I told a doper out here........... I have 35 acres, a backhoe and a 30-30.

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I live a good half hour from town in a very rural area and several years ago our county sherrif said, on tv ,that he would prefer the people in the outlying areas handle their problems themselves if possible.
Unless it is a shooting or a kidnapped child , average response time out here is 1 1/2 hrs.
So...... most of live by the triple S motto.
Like I told a doper out here........... I have 35 acres, a backhoe and a 30-30.
I actually had a sheriffs deputy tell me one time to drop the perp, then blow a hole in the ceiling so I could say I gave him a warning shot. He also said that if you drop him just outside the house, to drag him back inside lol
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I actually had a sheriffs deputy tell me one time to drop the perp, then blow a hole in the ceiling so I could say I gave him a warning shot. He also said that if you drop him just outside the house, to drag him back inside lol
Same as South Africa used to be then (or even still is). Amazing, not that it should be necessary. Any threatening invader of your property or home should give up his rights the moment he commits to invading.
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Had a cop tell me that if I shoot a burglar (as he was filling out his report on my robbery), that it just makes his job easier. He won't have to track anyone down or chase them.

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That just isn't right at all. I wonder what the punishment for is in England. I did notice a follow up story below the main article and it sounds like they at least have someone in govt. on their sides.



Hopefully it will turn out for the best for them.
You're right, and I hope so too but...there is an unfair precedent...Tony Martin...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=GfTzPfdzFBY

THIS poor guy in the UK...[big fat facepalm...]
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There are three lessons in this story.

Use buckshot, not birdshot.

Do not call the police after an incident like this. Make sure the intruders are not able to give their side of the story and bury them yourself.

The British system of justice is a few years ahead of the U.S.' and we would be wise to learn from their mistakes.


It's a true pity that once-good governments devolve into this.
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