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Old 10-16-2011, 06:59 PM   #41
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If it was what you hint at then it wouldn't have hit me in the chest. I would've blocked it with my mouth


Think it was so heavy cuz of the batteries
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Old 10-16-2011, 07:03 PM   #42
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Wanna put a 3s in it
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Old 10-16-2011, 07:04 PM   #43
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Hahaha and a hh handwound so it doesn't bog down
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Old 10-16-2011, 07:28 PM   #44
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3s sounds good and the HH won't burn out but it might be to much to handle?,lol...
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Old 10-16-2011, 07:43 PM   #45
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I've just searched for the outcome of this and as sadly expected the cashier was charged with heavier crimes then the initial attackers.

WTF is wrong with this backwards world?

Now self defense is a crime?

perhaps intstead of shooting and killing an intruder in your home you now have to let him steal everything, beat you up, and rape your wife or else you may be in trouble with the law.
thats the way it is here
Man faces jail after protecting home from masked attackers | Canada | News | National Post
the law here just goes after the low hanging fruit..pretty fawked up, the crown attorney who recomended the charges should be fired

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Old 10-16-2011, 07:59 PM   #46
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thats the way it is here
Man faces jail after protecting home from masked attackers | Canada | News | National Post
the law here just goes after the low hanging fruit..pretty fawked up, the crown attorney who recomended the charges should be fired
His mistake was not killing the attackers. Seriously.
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Old 10-16-2011, 08:09 PM   #47
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His mistake was not killing the attackers. Seriously.
man i dunno, they would of charged him with manslaughter i think
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Old 10-16-2011, 08:14 PM   #48
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thats the way it is here
Man faces jail after protecting home from masked attackers | Canada | News | National Post
the law here just goes after the low hanging fruit..pretty fawked up, the crown attorney who recomended the charges should be fired

wow, that can't be real.

so he should let his house burn down? and of course the attackers are the victims once again. WTF
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Old 10-16-2011, 08:15 PM   #49
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man i dunno, they would of charged him with manslaughter i think
See....people can talk all of the crap they want about my gun toting state, but we enacted the Castle Doctrine....which allows a person to use deadly force to defend their property (not just their homes). Also, the property owners are protected by this doctrine in civil lawsuits from the assailants or their family...

There was a guy in Dallas that made use of this law on multiple occasions.

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Old 10-16-2011, 08:23 PM   #50
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im pretty sure as it sits here now you definatly cant really defend yourself..depends on the crown(prosecutor) i guess, but the current govt is trying to change some of that which is good but they go way too far in other areas
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Old 10-16-2011, 08:26 PM   #51
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man i dunno, they would of charged him with manslaughter i think
one thing is a dead man don't try to sue,nor can he testify against you

but the guy at micky d;s

I think he was put in a stressful situation,not created by him....did he over react? if you are a person who says yes,then tell me,accouring to the law,how are you supposed to react if you feel threatened?

I think the guy was totally within his god given right to protect his life.
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but the guy at micky d;s

I think he was put in a stressful situation,not created by him....did he over react? if you are a person who says yes,then tell me,accouring to the law,how are you supposed to react if you feel threatened?

I think the guy was totally within his god given right to protect his life.
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Old 10-16-2011, 08:31 PM   #53
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one thing is a dead man don't try to sue,nor can he testify against you

but the guy at micky d;s

I think he was put in a stressful situation,not created by him....did he over react? if you are a person who says yes,then tell me,accouring to the law,how are you supposed to react if you feel threatened?

I think the guy was totally within his god given right to protect his life.
ya these days if someone comes at you theres a reasonable chance to believe they may have a blade or whatever..if someone is comeing at me aggresive im not going to give them the chance to take it to the next level..you just never know,
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im pretty sure as it sits here now you definatly cant really defend yourself..depends on the crown(prosecutor) i guess, but the current govt is trying to change some of that which is good but they go way too far in other areas
It seems Canada is just as bad as the US with all this political correctness seeping its way into the minds of judges and prosecutors.

anyone heard of the father and son mudered by this horrible woman. The courts were always in favor of her.
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Its sad when the attackers or mudrers are look upon as victims and use that victimhood to get away with horrific crimes.
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Our whole system is fawk up period!
There is someone who gets away with murder everyday while some people go to jail for a murder they never commited,i had a post of this the other day,here's a perfect example:

ESPYs 2011 Arthur Ashe Award - Dewey Bozella - YouTube
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Old 10-16-2011, 09:22 PM   #56
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Our whole system is fawk up period!
There is someone who gets away with murder everyday while some people go to jail for a murder they never commited,i had a post of this the other day,here's a perfect example:

ESPYs 2011 Arthur Ashe Award - Dewey Bozella - YouTube
your right the system is fawked up..the dewey bozella story is a good reason to not have capital punishment i guess
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Old 10-16-2011, 09:46 PM   #57
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your right the system is fawked up..the dewey bozella story is a good reason to not have capital punishment i guess
I don't have a problem with capital punishment so long as the right person is receiving it. If you have a case where the evidence is questionable at best if not downright made up and somebody dies for it, who ever put them in jail be it the police or prosecutor involved should at no longer be allowed to roam free...maybe even be allowed to continue breathing (hey, what's good for the goose should be good for the gander too, right )
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I bet that if either that guy or one of the 2 women had a gun, it would have been used.
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I don't have a problem with capital punishment so long as the right person is receiving it. If you have a case where the evidence is questionable at best if not downright made up and somebody dies for it, who ever put them in jail be it the police or prosecutor involved should at no longer be allowed to roam free...maybe even be allowed to continue breathing (hey, what's good for the goose should be good for the gander too, right )
i hear ya on that sentiment..but i dont trust the system to get it right 100% of the time and in the case of life and death you cant take the chance that 1 guy will get executed wrongly which has happened many times and likley will again..i think prison could be a pretty uncomfortable place for special cases..supermax for life, i dunno thats costly i guess..i agree the police or prosecution that hide evidence or manufacture witnesses or eveidence that puts someone innocent away should be in imprisoned right were the people they railroaded were
capital punishment is a tough one
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So what they do,grow penises when they jumped over the counter?..sooo,ur saying a lady turns into a man when she comes at you...well,my ex wife came at me once in a arguement but i didn't go beating her ass like a man,i just pushed her away.


Youre comparing an argument with your wife to a aggressive encounter with a random drunk women you dont know?

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