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Old 02-17-2009, 05:03 PM   #71
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Old 02-24-2009, 08:31 AM   #72
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Old 02-28-2009, 09:22 AM   #73
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By the way, New York law contains the "Affirmative Duty to Retreat." It may apply even inside your own house.
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The DA charged him with the attacker's death, since he didn't retreat from the attacker vigorously enough. The DA told the jury if he hadn't waved the knife around, the attacker would not have been exposed to the infection in the hospital and would be alive. The jury found the ex-new boyfriend guilty of the attacker's death, and the judge sent him to prison.
On Thursday, an appeals court judge threw out all the charges, and the DA said she will not re-prosecute. At least there's still some sanity someplace. A newspaper contributor had written an editorial about the travesty of justice, and enlisted assistance with the victim's appeal.

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In a moving letter to me written in response to my article, Jones said, “It’s hard to sit in here day after day knowing that my life is being destroyed for trying to protect myself…Every one has a right to protect them selfs (sic) no matter what color. God is not done with me yet.”

Jones is a true Christian. He refused to let what happened to him make him bitter. In his letter, he wished only the best for those who had put him in jail.
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The New York State penal code does state that, in a number of situations, a person is obligated to retreat if attacked. He is even required to retreat if he believes the attacker is using or about to use deadly force "if he knows" that he can do so with complete safety to himself and others.
The editorial speculated that the jury was probably not told about knowing about "complete safety to himself and others," and questioned how, as he was being chased around his truck, could the victim have known that he, the girlfriend, and the child would all be safe?
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Old 04-20-2009, 07:40 PM   #74
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The road to hell is paved with good intentions: Whether it be the design of our "Legislatures" or the Devil himself.......Where we are is where we are and what it is is what it is. The resolution to the issue, the apparent high emotion it portends is not resolved here; positions are only more deeply held and further entrenched. I do by conscience what others are required to do by law. thus said David Thoreau in the 1800's and it still is true. We can go round and round with this debate and reside where we began. Each will act in accordance with one's conscience. That our rights as "Americans" continue to be fundamentally eroded is without question. Our position as to whether, when, and how to Bear arms does not an American make. There is much more that bind us than separate us; it only serves the interest of those whose interests are not ours to keep us fragmented by these "make believe differences"; as they scoff daily and continue to plunder and erode our wealth and our rights.
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Old 04-22-2009, 10:23 PM   #75
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I hear the sisters are deadly enough with a ruler across the knuckles - but with that hardware, WOW
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Old 05-08-2009, 03:09 PM   #76
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I don't know who those guys are but I need to find out more about them.
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Old 05-10-2009, 11:56 AM   #77
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did the cop also tell you that if someone pulled pepper spray or a taser on him that he would use his gun to maintain controll of afore mentioned firearm?
according to the brother in law the legal defense goes that the non lethal devices are so effective that control of their firearm and theirfore their life is in imminent jeopardy.
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Old 05-11-2009, 12:31 PM   #78
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captainkf wrote:If you have a door on your bus with a lock, just use that.

Is a gun really nessisary? I have never heard a story first hand from anyone who needed a firearm, never. They seem to create much more of a problem than they solve, even urban boondocking. I am sure I am going to get burned for this, but I had to express an alternative position to this argument.

Why not sell the guns, get better locks and travel in area's that don't scare you so much.

-Richard

While I don't agree with Richards point of view on this subject, I am not going to poop all over him for having it. To each his own.

As for guns and camping...there are a lot of really nice places here in the pacific northwest that you better have a large caliber gun available or stay inside the bus at all times. We have more than our share of meth heads and other crazies that will walk into your camp and just sit down and start eating. (if your lucky, that is all they will do) Or they will try to rob you of everything for a fix. Also the bears up here love a nice dinner of whatever you have on your grill with a nice desert of small child.

I will not be denied my right to camp and enjoy the outdoors because of some low-life drug users. I would rather be judged by 12 than carried by 8
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Old 05-11-2009, 04:36 PM   #79
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The right of the people to keep and bear arms SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED.....

More and more these words mean something to me. I'll not venture into a state that does not welcome me and any guns I may choose to bring with me.

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Old 05-12-2009, 09:36 AM   #80
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Lets hear about those two times smitty.....................by all means share those experiences.....I for one am curious
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