Thursday, October 30, 2014

Do we take this lying down?

Illegal Invaders                                              



A conversation worth having, in the absence of law enforcement

Self-Defense Overview
It is a universally accepted principle that a person may protect themselves from harm under appropriate circumstances, even when that behavior would normally constitute a crime. 

Self-defense is defined as the right to prevent suffering force or violence through the use of a sufficient level of counteracting force or violence.  This definition is simple enough on its face, but it raises many questions when applied to actual situations.  For instance, what is a sufficient level of force or violence when defending oneself? 
As a general rule, self-defense only justifies the use of force when it is used in response to an immediate threat.  The threat can be verbal, as long as it puts the intended victim in an immediate fear of physical harm.

Castle Doctrine
Even in states that require a person to retreat from the threat of imminent harm before defending themselves, a person can often use deadly force against someone who unlawfully enters their home.  This rule, also known as “the castle doctrine,” allows people to defend their homes against intruder through lethal force. (source Find Law)

Closer to home:
 The group believes that the illegal voting has been happening for years.(Duh)

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