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Zee wrote: »
I couldn't get the video to work. So, only going by the interview:
Sit on my car - Call the cops.
Knives and bricks escalate the situation to deadly force dependent on the subject's "Means/Ability/Intent". From what I read alone, as I wasn't there, it seems the subject had all three.
In the end, nobody dies or sustained grave bodily injury. But, knowing that outcome beforehand is the thin ground. Would a reasonable man/woman fear for their lives when presented with an aggravated subject wielding a knife, chasing them with said knife, and being struck by bricks?
It would seem a reasonable expectation to have such a fear. Which constitutes the use of A TIRE IRON given the assailants Means/Ability/Intent.
JerryBobCo wrote: »
I don't care for "what would you have done" questions. I have learned over the years that until/unless you've been there and done that, you probably don't know. I probably would have done what the two guys did, and hope for the best.
"Finding out that you have run out of toilet paper is a good example of lack of preparation, buying 10 years worth is silly"
104RFAST wrote: »
A photo of the two white guys could explain why these thugs felt so empowered. Metro-sexual perhaps. I'm sure the thugs would have second thoughts about jumping on the hood of a jacked up PU truck
104RFAST wrote: »
I just read the article again,the two white guys were"Partners" (soft targets of opportunity)
A Texas man and his business partner....
knitepoet wrote: »
Check again, the very first sentence say BUSINESS PARTNERS
Big difference between those and "domestic partners"
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