A Fox Called Kay (kayfox) wrote,
A Fox Called Kay
kayfox


Date: Tue, 06 Apr 2004 01:13:27 GMT
From: Stuart Grey
Newsgroups: talk.politics.misc,or.politics
Subject: Re: 5 buck gas by '05? Get ready!


Bill Shatzer wrote in
news:Pine.LNX.4.44.0404041642190.14906-100000@lab.oregonvos.net:


> On Sun, 4 Apr 2004, Stuart Grey wrote:
>
>> If someone shot and killed a tire slasher, and I was on their jury, I
>> wouldn’t vote to convict.
>
> Then you wouldn't be on the jury. Unless of course you were
> willing to lie under oath on voire dire and violate your jurors'
> oath.

Jury nullification is a bitch, isn't it? LOL!

>> People have a right to defend their property.
>
> But not with deadly force.

Sure they do! When the thug is armed with a knife. What
do you think the commiecrat was using to slash the tires
with?

> Do potential jurors have a right to lie and violate their oaths?

Yep. That's the way the founders wanted it. Deal with it,
that constitution is a bitch for you petty thug Democrat
tire slashers, isn't it? LOL!


Could someone please tell the gun nuts that acting like they can shoot anyone that might be capable of inflicting deadly force and might intend to do so, justifys their use of their firearm, which, btw, is and cannot fail to be deadly force, just makes them look stupid.

As a simplified rule, the threatening person has to have a deadly weapon and:
(1) Be close enough to you to be able to use the weapon; or,
(2) Fail to comply with verbal commands to leave or drop the weapon; and,
(3) Threaten you with the weapon; and,
(4) Not be a law enforcement officer.


Simply shooting every person that looks threatening to you can get you killed or locked up rather quickly, maybe you could use the insanity defense, but then you'll spend a long time in the state hospital.

C'mon people, you want guns, you shouldint abuse them, you'll just give people reasons to take them away from you.
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