In my state it is legal to protect property with deadly force. Other states may throw you in jailDayum. So is that lawful. Jus wondering
Don't think it's like that here in ny. My boy tryin to fight a case like that for the past 5 yrsIn my state it is legal to protect property with deadly force. Other states may throw you in jail
In Texas, one can use deadly force not just to protect a person, but also to protect personal property, including to “retrieve stolen property at night,” during “criminal mischief in the nighttime” and even to prevent someone who is fleeing immediately after a theft during the night or a burglary or robbery, so long as...
I'll trade that car as soon as my insurance check clear.yea but who would want to be in a car somebody died in,
he gonna be haunted in that bitch...
lookin in the rear view mirror at night seein the dudes face and shit..
fuck that let him have it..
dont insurance cover stolen vehicles.
hey thats the game... when you going around takin peoples shit.... sometimes you win.. sometimes you lose...I'll trade that car as soon as my insurance check clear.
I'd like to see that thief trade in those bullets for a 1UP
The point isn't the object. The point is the deficient amount of humanity.hey thats the game... when you going around takin peoples shit.... sometimes you win.. sometimes you lose...
he knew what it was...
personally I wouldnt have killed him.. you never know maybe if the theif never took the car, dude couldve gotten into a car accident and got fucked up bad...
Im a soulfully spiritual person and as such I know blessing come in many disguises...
those that are spiritually retarded just wont understand...
as a super soul being I like nice things but Im not attached to them...
so I wouldve just let him get the car...
now if my wallet was in the glove compartment..
I mightve shot his ass tho...lol
but not to kill..
I aint goin through all that shit...makin all those phone calls to report stolen credit cards then waiting for that shit to come..
Id have to shoot his ass but not excessively
lol you crazy...The point isn't the object. The point is the deficient amount of humanity.
From the beginning, human justice has been guided by the principle of restitution.
That's MY car and if you deprive me of what is mine, you owe me restitution, in some form.
Everything has a price to be paid.
On a side note, think of adultery. You take my woman, you have taken love and trust and broken a family.
For that crime, death, for both of you, is the only equalizer to that crime.
You can see that in Hammurabi's Code and in The Bible or even The (worthless) Quran.