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The foreclosure from hell.

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posted on May, 2 2012 @ 09:30 AM

A major screwup and damn luck someone was not shot/killed.

Let the finger pointing begin.

I have to side with the plaintiffs for all the relief the court can grant.

DHS should call this a terrorist attack.


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posted on May, 2 2012 @ 09:56 AM
reply to post by oghamxx

Their in California,they don't seem to have a combat mindset out there.Guns are bad to most of them,so this is what happens.

posted on May, 2 2012 @ 10:03 AM
Oh dear lord please let some private security goons force their way into my home.
I have several body bags and toe tags left over from Hurricane Katrina to place them in.

I have worked private security before and as a security guard you have less rights than an average person when it comes to use of force.

If it is a civil issue resolve it in court. If its criminal issue that's Law Enforcements job.

Security is there to Observe and report. They are only armed to defend themselves defensively only. Any offensive action of a Non-LE person can and often is ruled as an assault.

If I am in my home and a security guard pulls anything I would consider to be a threat I could shoot him dead legally.

Your home is your castle. Stand your Ground!


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