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Originally posted by bruteforce13
reply to post by LadyGreenEyes
Yes i think people do understand. I think they also understand how easy it is for CCW carriers to get away with murder now. Take someone to a private place, instigate them to attack you and then shoot them. Dead men tell no tales and everyone will believe your story 100% it seems!! LOL Getting away with murder in Fla easy as 123, ABC.
Casey now Georgie. If I ever wanna murder someone I know what state to take em to.edit on 16-7-2013 by bruteforce13 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Willtell
reply to post by ThirdEyeofHorus
They said they cried. SO what does that mean? It doesn’t mean they were right or not-biased.
They may have been or they may have not been, but I can express my opinion of what I think the truth is.
Graffiti, tardiness to class, Hemp residue.. No armed robberys, no attempted murders, no drive by shootings, no assaults. Lets be fair
They get far worse in a mma sanctioned fight and continue on.
Im sorry maybe im old school, My father is 65 im 40. He would tell me how he and his brothers and friends got in fist fights al lthe time growing up. Bloodied noses, black eyes and they were usually friends again the next day.
Originally posted by defcon5
reply to post by bruteforce13
There is nothing legally to show manslaughter, and everything legally points to a valid self defense claim.
Again, and I CANNOT stress this enough. Florida police are renown for arresting folks over just about nothing, and charging them with everything they think they can make stick. It's extremely telling that the police refused to arrest him due to lack of "probable cause", the police chief refused to arrest him to the point it cost him his job, the State Attorney refused to prosecute and a special prosecutor had to be brought in.
Anyway, night all...
If I decide to drink and then decide to get in my car, I have made two decisions and committed two actions. If I hit/run over a person and kill them, would I not be charged with manslaughter?