HUGE Riots all over the USA/Other places too. Mr. Floyd is forgotten now. Rioting/Looting/Antifa-Anarchy/Soros & Co. MEGATHREAD!!!

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He chose to tool up and put himself there. You and I might not see a problem with that (I don't, though it's not a choice I would have made lightly), but the law most certainly will. You don't get to jump in front of a threat on your own, shoot the threat, and then claim you were in extremis.

He could have avoided the threat by simply staying home. Big boy games, big boy prizes. Plus, the dealership wasn't his property and the first guy he shot wasn't threatening his life; he came running, guns blazing. Kid's toast, legally.
The first guy (headshot guy) did throw a Molotov at him.
 

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I hate freedom too so I’m definitely going to blame the person defending life and property for doing just that instead of doing nothing. Because we all know, the best way to prevent evils is to do nothing.
If you reread my post, you'd see that your sarcasm is misplaced. I don't want to hang the kid; the law will.
 

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the guy trying to point a handgun at him before getting shot was trying to "disarm" him?

all poor humor aside about "disarming"......

We all know and saw both videos.....the shitbag chasing him with a lit molotov to the mob chasing him down the street with first the flying kick to the head then assault with a skateboard and so on

This is politics pure and simple
Please know I’m on the kids side 100% I just hav zero faith in the judiciary system and juries of our “Peers”
 
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100% this.

He chose to tool up and put himself there. You and I might not see a problem with that (I don't, though it's not a choice I would have made lightly), but the law most certainly will. You don't get to jump in front of a threat on your own, shoot the threat, and then claim you were in extremis.

He could have avoided the threat by simply staying home. Big boy games, big boy prizes. Plus, the dealership wasn't his property and the first guy he shot wasn't threatening his life; he came running, guns blazing. Kid's toast, legally.
Close, but not quite.

The problem is his age. From what I can tell that is the only problem. His tooling up was only problematic because it was unlawful for him to do so. The first guy he shot threw a firebomb at him - kindof life threatening in my book.
 

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100% this.

He chose to tool up and put himself there. You and I might not see a problem with that (I don't, though it's not a choice I would have made lightly), but the law most certainly will. You don't get to jump in front of a threat on your own, shoot the threat, and then claim you were in extremis.

He could have avoided the threat by simply staying home. Big boy games, big boy prizes. Plus, the dealership wasn't his property and the first guy he shot wasn't threatening his life; he came running, guns blazing. Kid's toast, legally.
There's also the inverse.....

The rioters/looters/etc that came with accellerants and molotov's and were burning/looting/destroying private/public property

He's no more culpable than the shitbag that initiated the entire BS and was chasing the kid trying to chuck a molotov at him......

Someone starts chasing me with a molotov and its game on donkey kong.......burning to death or worse.....surviving burns over large % of your body is an ugly thing
 

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There's also the inverse.....

The rioters/looters/etc that came with accellerants and molotov's and were burning/looting/destroying private/public property

He's no more culpable than the shitbag that initiated the entire BS and was chasing the kid trying to chuck a molotov at him......

Someone starts chasing me with a molotov and its game on donkey kong.......burning to death or worse.....surviving burns over large % of your body is an ugly thing
Couldn't agree more. It'd be nice if prosecutors believed in prosecuting everyone equally.
 
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Close, but not quite.

The problem is his age. From what I can tell that is the only problem. His tooling up was only problematic because it was unlawful for him to do so. The first guy he shot threw a firebomb at him - kindof life threatening in my book.
And charged at him. He was only shot when he was right on top of him. Not a threat? Pistons claim is laughable.
 

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And charged at him. He was only shot when he was right on top of him. Not a threat? Pistons claim is laughable.
Did I see the wrong vid? I thought I saw Kyle running toward the guy at the car lot, no?

If I'm wrong, I'm happy to be corrected. Any prosecution for the second shooting is ridiculous, obviously.
 

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Wouldn't they need to be throwing burning barrels?
God I hope not....I'm too old to jump over burning barrellls.....hopefully they're slow enough moving that I can shuffle slalom around them.....and the larpink tacticool roll is out of the question

:rolleyes:
 
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Did I see the wrong vid? I thought I saw Kyle running toward the guy at the car lot, no?

If I'm wrong, I'm happy to be corrected. Any prosecution for the second shooting is ridiculous, obviously.
Now that you mentioned it... Close, but not quite [smile]

The justification of the second and third shooting all stems from whether or not the first shooting was justified. Let's say it was not. Then the shooter would not be able to claim self defense in the other shootings due the fact that he would be the aggressor and the "victims" attempts to disarm him would be justifiable.
 

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I wish no ill will or harm on anyone

But there would be a certain kharma/irony if the stunt talcum x pulled on these officers was returned in kind
 

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Way to go. 50 or 60 head shots would get them thinking. Jack.
Well that's one way to do it - but in that case you had damn well better make sure you've got a good hide somewhere - and a bugout route so nobody knows who the hell you are.

That 17 year old kid in Kenosha seems like he did all the wrong things. First he was interviewed so his face was all over social media. When he started shooting at people - he was completely unmasked. Then it looks like he panicked and ran INTO the crowd after he popped a few of the rioters who were busting up the vehicles.

He is 17 years old - so I suppose he should get a pass on doing some stupid things. But if you watch some of these Twitter videos as examples of what happens when people start hearing the
shots ring out - everybody pretty much scatters. So I suppose a more refined tactic might be to squeeze off a few shots of some round big enough to make a lot of noise. That will clear out
all the milquetoast rioters. The only ones remaining around at that point - would be the more hard core - those are the ones you start filling up with .22 diameter holes. Legs and arms first.

I think what would be more effective is - quantity over quality. Or said differently: a whole bunch of protestors with small holes in them - is preferable to a smaller quantity of dead bodies.
 

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Is it only me who is wondering why Shaun King hasn’t been silenced one way or another?
Well the thing is, you are wondering why because you may think twitter and other social media are even sort of honest about their policies that prohibit things like terroristic threats, calls or violence, “hate” speech, and doxing. But they aren’t. They specifically allow that if it’s leftists, communists, socialists, democrats, BLM, etc. It’s only those they disagree with who’s speech isn’t allowed.
 

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100% this.

He chose to tool up and put himself there. You and I might not see a problem with that (I don't, though it's not a choice I would have made lightly), but the law most certainly will. You don't get to jump in front of a threat on your own, shoot the threat, and then claim you were in extremis.

He could have avoided the threat by simply staying home. Big boy games, big boy prizes. Plus, the dealership wasn't his property and the first guy he shot wasn't threatening his life; he came running, guns blazing. Kid's toast, legally.
Given the way DAs have been responding in some of these Blue Turd cities - I think even if he was the property owner , and even if he was being directly threatened - it likely would not matter. He would STILL be prosecuted. At the very least - he'd be doxxed and the commies would show up to burn down his parent's house and probably try to beat the hell out of the entire family.

This is why my argument keeps being: if you're going to shoot rioters - you had damn well figure out how to get away with it.

People ought to be thinking more along the lines of DC Beltway sniper - instead of some hero bullshit they got from a video game.
 
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