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Anti-Gun Senator Shoots Intruder

Uploaded on February 14, 2011

Anti-Gun Senator Shoots Intruder

State Senator R.C. Soles (D - NC) Long time Anti-Gun Advocate State Senator R.C. Soles, 74, shot one of two intruders at his home just outside Tabor City, N.C. about 5 p.m. Sunday, the prosecutor for the politician's home county said.

The intruder, Kyle Blackburn, was taken to a South Carolina hospital, but the injuries were not reported to be life-threatening, according to Rex Gore, district attorney for Columbus, Bladen andBrunswick counties.

The State Bureau of Investigation and Columbus County Sheriff's Department are investigating the shooting, Gore said. Soles, who was not arrested,declined to discuss the incident Sunday evening.
"I am not in a position to talk to you," Soles said by telephone.
"I'm right in the middle of an investigation."
The Senator, who has made a career of being against gun ownership for the general public, didn't hesitate to defend himself with his own gun when he believed he was in immediate danger and he was the victim.
In typical hypocritical liberal fashion, the "Do as I say and not as I do" Anti-Gun Activist Lawmaker picked up his gun and took action in what apparently was a self-defense shooting.
Why hypocritical you may ask?
It is because his long legislative record shows that the actions that he took to protect his family, his own response to a dangerous life threatening situation, are actions that he feels ordinary citizens should not have if they were faced with an identical situation.

It has prompted some to ask if the Senator believes his life and personal safety is more valuable than yours or mine.
But, this is to be expected from those who believe they can run our lives, raise our kids, and protect our families better than we can.

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from ableskeever wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

If he doesn't swing his position, he'll really be in hot water politically.

Of course it would be a type of poetic justice if he gets sued by the intruder.

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from DSMbirddog wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Typical, do as I say, not as I do. The police can protect his constituents, but he is above all that.

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from FirstBubba wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

9-1-1 Dial a prayer.

Bubba

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Not much info given. Soles could be having to hire a lawyer and vigorously defend himself. Just having an intruder on your property doesn't automatically win the day shooting the intruder.

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Wow! Only on one of these threads can you get so much mis-informationQ! Soles has been indicted! He also faces the possibility of disbarment from practicing law! He will drop out of the Senate and not face re-election. Can we say the guys life has been ruined? Looks like a few of you guys had better listen to your number #1 fu-fu.

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from steve182 wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Interesting. Was it a legally owned firearm? Does NC have a castle-doctrine law? I haven't heard or seen much news as the TV in my house rarely leaves Nickelodeon.
Sayfu, he's been indicted already? Didn't this just happen yesterday?

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from steve182 wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

This shooting happened a year and a half ago and the indictment last Jan. Not sure how it played out as most articles i've read on it have been very brief and vague.

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Steve. He was indicted by the Attorney General, and it sent to a Grand Jury. He can do over 2 1/2 yrs. in the slammer. Now the guy is a lawyer/Senator. Think about your chances of conviction as compared to him.

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from PigHunter wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Sayfu'llah, are you saying one should not defend themselves against intruders? Aren't you the one who has pulled a gun more than once? Didn't you so fear for your life that you brandished a handgun on the dash of your car while driving down the interstate?

R.C. Soles, plea-bargained his way out of it. You can read more about this year old event in the following links:

http://www.newsobserver.com/2010/02/26/359007/shooting-by-soles-ends-in-...
http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/20101229/ARTICLES/101229853?p=2&tc...

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Pig...Why is it so hard for you dudes to get what I am saying. I've said this long ago on these threads. Those who think that you can shoot anyone on your property for committing a crime are wrong. Many court cases have proven that. When I told my wife about the Senator, she said, "Make sure you drag him in your house after you kill him if he is outside the door." That doesn't necessarily work either. You have to prove that the guy was threatening your life! It isn't enough that the guy was taking your TV set out the front door, and you gunned him down. Now get a lawyer, and have to prove your life was threatened, and have that dude's family represented in court. It is a whole new ballgame when you go to court. It can be cut'n dry, and no problem. I just want folks to realize that under stress, and someone holding a gun, that the best of decisions aren't always made. After many a car accidents, someone is asked, "Why didn't you do this, or why didn't you turn the wheel this way, and get your foot off the break etc., etc. Schit happens. Have you followed the WalMart case where they fired four security guards for apprehending an assailant with a knife that was threatening one of the management personnel?

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from longliner13 wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

I find it quite hilarious how these ridiculous anti-gun folks are SO strong and hard on about their beliefs about gun ownership, and then when THEY need it, they use it, and thank God for it, and thank our country for it....and then go right back to where they were about guns before it happened.

Ya Bubba, 9-1-1 Homeland Security!

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from steve182 wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Why was he indicted I wonder? Was the gun illegal? Did he shoot someone in the back? Were the intruders unarmed? I'm curious. Or was Sen. Soles a sacrificial lamb served up by anti-gunners. Interesting story.
sayfu, I'll shoot to defend my life, family and home and take my chances with the legal system. You're right though, i'd be nervous about my chances of staying out of jail.

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

That is my point. When do you determine that you can shoot, and would win the case in the court of law? I think everyone packin, or thinking they would use a gun should investigate the law, and determine how cases are judged. That is my entire point. I am not an anti by any means. I see the pro gun guys that support anything the NRA comes out with as hurting gun ownership, and I would surely tell them that to their face. I had a good, huntin buddy, and fishing buddy that was King Salmon fishing on a river in Canada come face to face with a Brown Bear (Grizzly)..shoot the bear, and spend days filling out forms and proving to the authorities that his life was threatened. He had to skin out the bear, and give them the hide. His fishing trip was ruined, and thankfully they accepted that he had done the right thing.

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from PigHunter wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

"Senior Deputy Attorney General Jim Coman said that Soles fired two shots during the incident – one into the air and the second toward the ground, which hit Blackburn.

"Instead of calling law enforcement, which could have addressed the issue for him, unfortunately, he made a bad decision,” Coman said.

Blackburn and Wright, two former legal clients of Soles, asked prosecutors to drop the case, he said.

“Under the circumstances, we felt he couldn’t take the law into his own hands. He had to be held accountable for his actions,” he said."

http://www.wral.com/news/state/story/7114530/

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

And there you are...a dude with a gun in an emotional state like pighunter would be given the same situation. Fire and ask questions later.

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from PigHunter wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Sayfu'llah, I'm with Steve 182, it's better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

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from ableskeever wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

If someone is breaking into your house, do what you need to do. I won't judge you for it. I know what I'd like to do, but don't know for sure until it occurs... thats going to be the case with a lot of people. (And no, Sayfu, that ideal action is not the shoot first and ask questions later approach)

Far be it from me to deny the next guy the chance to defend his home if he sees an intruder. If you don't want to have that opportunity, then get a good dog or alarm system... don't screw over your neighbor.

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

ableskeeper..I'll buy that. And a big aggressive dog can get you a huge lawsuit as well. Life is tough. I just try to avoid trouble the best I can.

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from steve182 wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

The fact that he had not intended to shoot the perp speaks volumes to me in this case. If you were truly threatened who fires a couple warning shots? It'd be easier to explain why i chose to shoot the man who was threatening me on my property than why i accidently shot him firing a second warning shot. Sounds like two careless discharges in this case. What an idiot and a hypocrite. If you're anti-gun why do you have a gun?

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from FirstBubba wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

You need to read "Thank God I had a Gun" and "The Concealed Handgun Manual", both by Chris Bird.

Bubba

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from jamesti wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

if someone breaks into my home, they get shot, period! dead men cannot tell their side of the story. if you don't want to get shot, stay out of people's homes. and there will be no warning shots. it's my right.

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from ableskeever wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

American law is largely based on some of the laws of the Old Testament.

Exodus 22:2 states, "If a thief is caught breaking in and is struck so that he dies, the defender is not guilty of bloodshed;"

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from Jere Smith wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Ableskeever

Further I think you will find it interesting as well as many others trying to learn about it.

http://www.davekopel.com/2A/LawRev/The-Torah-and-Self-defense.pdf

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from ableskeever wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Moishe,
I had to skim over your link a bit because I'm at work, but it looks to be a very good read.

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from Glockrocker wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

NC does recognise the Castle Law. In NC this means that you have the right to use deadly force while a person is attempting to break into your home. After they have already broken in it's too late. Then you must be able to show that you felt your life or the life of another person was in imminent danger or someone was in imminent danger of sexual assault in order to be justified in using deadly force. In the Soles case neither requirement was met. And the man Soles shot was a former client of Sole's law firm. Soles plead guilty to misdemeanor assault and was fined $1000.00.

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from J4huntfish wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

how ironic

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from Clay Cooper wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Amazing!

Who was it who said "shoot the President with a 44 Bulldog?"

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from Clay Cooper wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

MY BAD! GOT IT!!!

“So what is the first thing he would do to decrease violent behavior? Quick answer. `We've got to dismantle the NRA.' And what to do with Charlton Heston? `Shoot him - with a .44-caliber bulldog," he says with a laugh.”
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from rickyno5 wrote 2 years 39 weeks ago

I say that if someone breaks into your home, you don't have the choice of evaluating whether your life is truly in danger. Or more importantly the lives of your family members. More than likely it will be dark and you won't be able to see if they have a weapon of some kind. And you won't know until you hear the bang or feel the stab, and at that point it's obviously too late. If there is an intruder in my home I'm not going to risk my life, my wife's life, or my daughter's life frisking the guy to see how dangerous he is. If you come into my house uninvited...expect to die. lol

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from David MacDowell Blue wrote 1 year 38 weeks ago

I did some some research. Turns out this guy is not anti-gun at all. Quite the opposite! The National Rifle Association gives him a lifetime grade of A. So what's with describing him in ways that are absolutely not true?

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from Peter Castonguay wrote 1 year 14 weeks ago

www.snopes.com/politics/guns/soles.asp

Not completely true.

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from ableskeever wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

American law is largely based on some of the laws of the Old Testament.

Exodus 22:2 states, "If a thief is caught breaking in and is struck so that he dies, the defender is not guilty of bloodshed;"

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from ableskeever wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

If he doesn't swing his position, he'll really be in hot water politically.

Of course it would be a type of poetic justice if he gets sued by the intruder.

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Not much info given. Soles could be having to hire a lawyer and vigorously defend himself. Just having an intruder on your property doesn't automatically win the day shooting the intruder.

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from PigHunter wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Sayfu'llah, I'm with Steve 182, it's better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

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from FirstBubba wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

9-1-1 Dial a prayer.

Bubba

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from PigHunter wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Sayfu'llah, are you saying one should not defend themselves against intruders? Aren't you the one who has pulled a gun more than once? Didn't you so fear for your life that you brandished a handgun on the dash of your car while driving down the interstate?

R.C. Soles, plea-bargained his way out of it. You can read more about this year old event in the following links:

http://www.newsobserver.com/2010/02/26/359007/shooting-by-soles-ends-in-...
http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/20101229/ARTICLES/101229853?p=2&tc...

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from longliner13 wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

I find it quite hilarious how these ridiculous anti-gun folks are SO strong and hard on about their beliefs about gun ownership, and then when THEY need it, they use it, and thank God for it, and thank our country for it....and then go right back to where they were about guns before it happened.

Ya Bubba, 9-1-1 Homeland Security!

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from steve182 wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

The fact that he had not intended to shoot the perp speaks volumes to me in this case. If you were truly threatened who fires a couple warning shots? It'd be easier to explain why i chose to shoot the man who was threatening me on my property than why i accidently shot him firing a second warning shot. Sounds like two careless discharges in this case. What an idiot and a hypocrite. If you're anti-gun why do you have a gun?

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from FirstBubba wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

You need to read "Thank God I had a Gun" and "The Concealed Handgun Manual", both by Chris Bird.

Bubba

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from jamesti wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

if someone breaks into my home, they get shot, period! dead men cannot tell their side of the story. if you don't want to get shot, stay out of people's homes. and there will be no warning shots. it's my right.

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from DSMbirddog wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Typical, do as I say, not as I do. The police can protect his constituents, but he is above all that.

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from steve182 wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Interesting. Was it a legally owned firearm? Does NC have a castle-doctrine law? I haven't heard or seen much news as the TV in my house rarely leaves Nickelodeon.
Sayfu, he's been indicted already? Didn't this just happen yesterday?

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from steve182 wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

This shooting happened a year and a half ago and the indictment last Jan. Not sure how it played out as most articles i've read on it have been very brief and vague.

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from Jere Smith wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

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Praise the down-to-earth, regular Joe qualities of Barack Obama, who claims to remain a huge fan of his old home team the Chicago White Sox.
So much so that when interviewed about this enthusiasm in April 2010, he couldn't name anyone who played for the Sox when he was growing up, nor did he know how to pronounce the name of the Sox's famous Comiskey Park.

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from Jere Smith wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

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Pick a fight with a liberal on: CAPITALISM.
Agree with Wall Street's Gordon Gekko that "greed" for want of a better word "is good." Explain wearily but patiently to a liberal that firms can only gain revenue by selling things that people want; and only make a profit if they sell these things for more than they cost to produce. In the process they give employment to people who prefer that job to any other they can find. Therefore, profit-making firms create wealth for their customers, owners, and employees. They take wealth from no one. So why, pray, do liberals have such a problem with capitalism?

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Steve. He was indicted by the Attorney General, and it sent to a Grand Jury. He can do over 2 1/2 yrs. in the slammer. Now the guy is a lawyer/Senator. Think about your chances of conviction as compared to him.

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from steve182 wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Why was he indicted I wonder? Was the gun illegal? Did he shoot someone in the back? Were the intruders unarmed? I'm curious. Or was Sen. Soles a sacrificial lamb served up by anti-gunners. Interesting story.
sayfu, I'll shoot to defend my life, family and home and take my chances with the legal system. You're right though, i'd be nervous about my chances of staying out of jail.

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from PigHunter wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

"Senior Deputy Attorney General Jim Coman said that Soles fired two shots during the incident – one into the air and the second toward the ground, which hit Blackburn.

"Instead of calling law enforcement, which could have addressed the issue for him, unfortunately, he made a bad decision,” Coman said.

Blackburn and Wright, two former legal clients of Soles, asked prosecutors to drop the case, he said.

“Under the circumstances, we felt he couldn’t take the law into his own hands. He had to be held accountable for his actions,” he said."

http://www.wral.com/news/state/story/7114530/

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from ableskeever wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

If someone is breaking into your house, do what you need to do. I won't judge you for it. I know what I'd like to do, but don't know for sure until it occurs... thats going to be the case with a lot of people. (And no, Sayfu, that ideal action is not the shoot first and ask questions later approach)

Far be it from me to deny the next guy the chance to defend his home if he sees an intruder. If you don't want to have that opportunity, then get a good dog or alarm system... don't screw over your neighbor.

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

ableskeeper..I'll buy that. And a big aggressive dog can get you a huge lawsuit as well. Life is tough. I just try to avoid trouble the best I can.

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from ableskeever wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Moishe,
I had to skim over your link a bit because I'm at work, but it looks to be a very good read.

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from Glockrocker wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

NC does recognise the Castle Law. In NC this means that you have the right to use deadly force while a person is attempting to break into your home. After they have already broken in it's too late. Then you must be able to show that you felt your life or the life of another person was in imminent danger or someone was in imminent danger of sexual assault in order to be justified in using deadly force. In the Soles case neither requirement was met. And the man Soles shot was a former client of Sole's law firm. Soles plead guilty to misdemeanor assault and was fined $1000.00.

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from J4huntfish wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

how ironic

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from Clay Cooper wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Amazing!

Who was it who said "shoot the President with a 44 Bulldog?"

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from Clay Cooper wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

MY BAD! GOT IT!!!

“So what is the first thing he would do to decrease violent behavior? Quick answer. `We've got to dismantle the NRA.' And what to do with Charlton Heston? `Shoot him - with a .44-caliber bulldog," he says with a laugh.”
-Howard Feinstein, New York Post writer, reporting the views of (racist, rich, peddler of psychopath training films, black, and establishment Liberal) Spike Lee, in "Spike Takes On 'Sam' & The NRA" (New York Post, 1999-May-22 - Feinstein interviewed Lee at the Cannes Film Festival in France; the type of handgun Lee identifies was used in the Son of Sam slayings)

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from rickyno5 wrote 2 years 39 weeks ago

I say that if someone breaks into your home, you don't have the choice of evaluating whether your life is truly in danger. Or more importantly the lives of your family members. More than likely it will be dark and you won't be able to see if they have a weapon of some kind. And you won't know until you hear the bang or feel the stab, and at that point it's obviously too late. If there is an intruder in my home I'm not going to risk my life, my wife's life, or my daughter's life frisking the guy to see how dangerous he is. If you come into my house uninvited...expect to die. lol

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Wow! Only on one of these threads can you get so much mis-informationQ! Soles has been indicted! He also faces the possibility of disbarment from practicing law! He will drop out of the Senate and not face re-election. Can we say the guys life has been ruined? Looks like a few of you guys had better listen to your number #1 fu-fu.

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Pig...Why is it so hard for you dudes to get what I am saying. I've said this long ago on these threads. Those who think that you can shoot anyone on your property for committing a crime are wrong. Many court cases have proven that. When I told my wife about the Senator, she said, "Make sure you drag him in your house after you kill him if he is outside the door." That doesn't necessarily work either. You have to prove that the guy was threatening your life! It isn't enough that the guy was taking your TV set out the front door, and you gunned him down. Now get a lawyer, and have to prove your life was threatened, and have that dude's family represented in court. It is a whole new ballgame when you go to court. It can be cut'n dry, and no problem. I just want folks to realize that under stress, and someone holding a gun, that the best of decisions aren't always made. After many a car accidents, someone is asked, "Why didn't you do this, or why didn't you turn the wheel this way, and get your foot off the break etc., etc. Schit happens. Have you followed the WalMart case where they fired four security guards for apprehending an assailant with a knife that was threatening one of the management personnel?

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

That is my point. When do you determine that you can shoot, and would win the case in the court of law? I think everyone packin, or thinking they would use a gun should investigate the law, and determine how cases are judged. That is my entire point. I am not an anti by any means. I see the pro gun guys that support anything the NRA comes out with as hurting gun ownership, and I would surely tell them that to their face. I had a good, huntin buddy, and fishing buddy that was King Salmon fishing on a river in Canada come face to face with a Brown Bear (Grizzly)..shoot the bear, and spend days filling out forms and proving to the authorities that his life was threatened. He had to skin out the bear, and give them the hide. His fishing trip was ruined, and thankfully they accepted that he had done the right thing.

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

And there you are...a dude with a gun in an emotional state like pighunter would be given the same situation. Fire and ask questions later.

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from Jere Smith wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Ableskeever

Further I think you will find it interesting as well as many others trying to learn about it.

http://www.davekopel.com/2A/LawRev/The-Torah-and-Self-defense.pdf

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from David MacDowell Blue wrote 1 year 38 weeks ago

I did some some research. Turns out this guy is not anti-gun at all. Quite the opposite! The National Rifle Association gives him a lifetime grade of A. So what's with describing him in ways that are absolutely not true?

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from Peter Castonguay wrote 1 year 14 weeks ago

www.snopes.com/politics/guns/soles.asp

Not completely true.

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