posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 10:12 PM
I'm not a lawyer, but I'm guessing that his pursuit was legal under the idea of citizen's arrest. He's got a permit to carry a concealed
weapon, so I wouldn't think carrying a weapon alone would be a legal issue.
To me the question is whether or not he brought the gun into play after he believed they were aiming the car at him and if they did in fact aim the
car at him. Sounds like they threw beer at him a second time after the pursuit began, which I think lends support to the idea that they did make a
pass at him with the car.
Now if they threw a beer at him and he pulled a gun and chased them down the street waving it in the air pointing and firing at them as they fled,
that would be a different story.
Whatever he did, the idea that they're not going to charge the kids but are going to charge him strikes me as unfair and not very smart. If I was on
the jury, it would make me much more sympathetic to him.