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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-14-2006, 04:40 AM Thread Starter
 
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This is total BS

http://www.thebostonchannel.com/news...0410&qs=1;bp=t

There is something wrong with the system when the cops say they have no choice but to charge someone for protecting their personal property.
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bull chit... Unfortunately it's how things are nowdays...
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case in point where criminals are given too many freakin rights.. my opinion will always be you waive those rights the minute you break the law therefore the guy protecting his property should not be liable for assault charges

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case in point where criminals are given too many freakin rights.. my opinion will always be you waive those rights the minute you break the law therefore the guy protecting his property should not be liable for assault charges

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case in point where criminals are given too many freakin rights.. my opinion will always be you waive those rights the minute you break the law therefore the guy protecting his property should not be liable for assault charges

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No shit, they should have given him a reward for doing their frickin job, but I'm sure their EGO's got in the way. They send a clear message to the criminals that as long as there aren't any cops around they have nothing to worry about, as private citizens haven't got the right to protect their property. Our juducual system gets more and more screwed up every day.
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its like that guy who broke into someones house and then cut his hand on a knife laying in the kitchen and sued. WTF!

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I've been in the same spot. I was sitting at my computer which at the time was in my bedroom next to the window one day when I saw my son who was six at the time run bye, and right behind him was a grown adult chasing him with a 4 foot jack handle. On my way out I grabbed my 9 mil and as I met the Ahole just outside I put one in his leg.
Cops said I should have called them to let them handle it. Ya right! My son's life was in danger. It cost me a night in the clink waiting on bail and lots of lawyer fees to stay out of jail.
And I would do it again.
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I've been in the same spot. I was sitting at my computer which at the time was in my bedroom next to the window one day when I saw my son who was six at the time run bye, and right behind him was a grown adult chasing him with a 4 foot jack handle. On my way out I grabbed my 9 mil and as I met the Ahole just outside I put one in his leg.
Cops said I should have called them to let them handle it. Ya right! My son's life was in danger. It cost me a night in the clink waiting on bail and lots of lawyer fees to stay out of jail.
And I would do it again.
No shit! Glad to hear you and family stayed safe though.
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http://www.thebostonchannel.com/news...0410&qs=1;bp=t

There is something wrong with the system when the cops say they have no choice but to charge someone for protecting their personal property.
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I've been in the same spot. I was sitting at my computer which at the time was in my bedroom next to the window one day when I saw my son who was six at the time run bye, and right behind him was a grown adult chasing him with a 4 foot jack handle. On my way out I grabbed my 9 mil and as I met the Ahole just outside I put one in his leg...
You're my new hero!

F*ck, I'd love to have seen the look of the guy's face when you nailed him. Suddenly, chasing kids doesn't seem like such a good idea.




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