Originally posted by Xcathdra
reply to post by bigfatfurrytexan
A question and no offense is intended...
You have stated you willingly ignore laws you dont agree with. Out of curiosiity does that same standard apply to others back towards you?
But you would be hard pressed to find a law relating to another person that I would ignore. If it relates to another person, then it likely is
relating to creating a victim. That is something that I take seriously.
As a citizen, I have to duty to ignore laws I feel are unjust.
Back on topic...
Your post about the kid and driving is only 1 part of the larger incident. Had nothing occurred prior to the kid backing up then the argument about
crappy driving would posssibly carry more weight. However, you are ignoring all of the events, as well as history of the situation (which has been
ongoing according to the article prior to this incident), leading up to the shots fired portion.
The incident must be viewed in its entirety, from A to Z.
All i see is a kid who didn't want to talk to them. His "crime" was trespassing. For that, he ended up being shot.