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Thursday, February 2, 2017

Serious Question...

Does anyone reading this blog think the gal who was just sprayed in the face in this video, would NOT have been justified to respond with immediate, lethal force?

She was attacked without warning, by unknown attacker(s), while giving a 1A interview to a reporter. 

She had no way of knowing if she'd been sprayed with water or H1N1 - except for the immediate physical reactions she felt in her eyes, nose and mouth.

If she had drawn a S&W 429 and aerated her attacker, with big, honkin' holes, and you were on her jury - would you convict?


  1. Had I been present, it would have been
    a race between her and I, as to who
    could hit back the quickest.
    Had the situation you speculate
    about actually occurred.
    Once again, I am literally sitting
    on my hands today.

    cav med

  2. Never. She'd be innocent in my mind...even if local Law may not consider mace or pepper spray "lethal force".
    Incapacitation is a deadly threat.

    1. Exactly - one has the right to 'not' be rendered incapacitated, thus vulnerable to the whims of a rioting, burning mob.


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