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  1. #51
    Quote Originally Posted by trailboss View Post
    Tracy Winkler - Clerk of Courts

    Hamilton County Jails.info - Ohio Miles Ihrig mugshot

    Count A: AGGRAVATED MENACING M1 2903-21 ORCN
    Disposition: 11/14/2011 330 CHARGE DISMISSED
    This may come back to bite him in the ass now that someone knows where he is and what he has said.

    Just sayin'

    KK

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  3. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by titaniumman:243493
    It appears to me that VIOLENCE seems to follow you around! I am 6'3" about 220 and have'nt needed to fight since highschool. Do you wear a sign that says kick me?
    Dont you think being 6' 3” 220 has something to do with that?

  4. Military Training

    Back when I was in the navy, they trained me to shoot and what to say if I ever had to use my weapon on Front Gate watch. I believe the words they gave me still ring true for a situation such as yours.

    Officer, I felt the life of my friends and my life were in mortal danger and I used the amount of force nessesary to protect our lives from this violent aggressor: no more and no less than what was necessary.

    Wether the aggressor had a weapon or not, you must convince the police and then the court that you were in fear for your life. That is what is the only reason that you should draw or could legally draw your weapon. To protect your life and those around you. By the way, at that point it is not bradishing.. It's flat out self defense.

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    You missed the biggest lesson of all. Keep that gun out of action unless there is a deadly threat or the imminent use of force of such depravity that significant injury will occur. By any standard your actions were very bad. You got lucky.

    You're mentioning multiple fights, some with multiple attackers. I find it funny that I was born and raised in the murder capital of NY, where my office is still located in the ghetto and I haven't EVER had to defend myself. We're talking burned-out Beirut kind of ghetto. 40 years of interacting in this neighborhood without so m uch as a threat.

    It's all in how you handle yourself, not how tough you are. Learn from this incident. Next time you may not be as lucky. Just sayin.
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  6. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by Keykutter View Post
    This may come back to bite him in the ass now that someone knows where he is and what he has said.

    Just sayin'

    KK
    Given the amount of information he told us and all court cases are public information.
    One Google search and there it was.
    That plus the fact his user name is his name. (don't use your name for internet user names)


    It does not matter what security settings you use, if you don't want the world to know. stay off the internet.

    This is an example of why sites as twitter, facebook, and any forums can be bad.

    Even many employers do searches on employees all the time.

    You have to watch what information you put out there.

  7. #56
    Not scolding you. He was the dumbass whoo talked too much. ;)

    Quote Originally Posted by trailboss View Post
    Given the amount of information he told us and all court cases are public information.
    One Google search and there it was.
    That plus the fact his user name is his name. (don't use your name for internet user names)


    It does not matter what security settings you use, if you don't want the world to know. stay off the internet.

    This is an example of why sites as twitter, facebook, and any forums can be bad.

    Even many employers do searches on employees all the time.

    You have to watch what information you put out there.

  8. #57
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    Quote Originally Posted by trailboss View Post
    Given the amount of information he told us and all court cases are public information.
    One Google search and there it was.
    That plus the fact his user name is his name. (don't use your name for internet user names)


    It does not matter what security settings you use, if you don't want the world to know. stay off the internet.

    This is an example of why sites as twitter, facebook, and any forums can be bad.

    Even many employers do searches on employees all the time.

    You have to watch what information you put out there.

    Wow....The more this goes on the more respect I lose for the OP. I've seen people get their carry permits revoked for posts they've made on forums. One guy was bragging how concealed means concealed and he always carries in schools and etc. Hint to the OP: Anyone can see this stuff. AGs and LEOs do troll the interwebs.

  9. #58
    Well, considering all that has been "pointed out" pro as well as con, I can only state that to "prove" that a BG is trying to harm you physically while unarmed, it is generally accepted that the BG will have to take the first punch/kick/whatever. (It's kind of like showing witnesses "OK. SEE! HE made the first move!" THEN you can discourage him/unhinge him/whatever.)

    Where the story comes apart in my mind is where you contend to be a martial artist of fair talent.... yet you claim that you didn't want to "mix it up" with him because you didn't know his skill level. Given the first paragraph's observation, I don't see that you had the choice.

    Further, I too WAS a martial artist in my heyday and there is ONE thing I could guarantee without condition... Until I was around 45 or so, I had every confidence in my skills to the point where I could be assured that NO ONE could land a first punch/kick/whatever knock out blow on me when I had had the time to know the BG was "serious" about his "threats".

    Considering your "coup counts" you offer us and age, I wonder why your confidence shouldn't be at or near the same level?

    Remind me someday to relate the philosophy of the "Samurai's Dilemma" to you... or other "interested" parties. It quite fits the situation here..... LOL!

    GG
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  10. #59
    I'm waiting to see if anyone that said his story was made up is going to apologize.

    I do think the OP was too flippant in drawing his weapon. But what it really does is show the responsibility that we take upon ourselves when we choose to carry. You can have all the training in the world but it will all come down to a split second judgment that will have severe consequences.

  11. #60
    Milesihrig- Threatening lethal force is never acceptable. You should have removed yourself from the situation, running away if you have to. Running away makes you look like a coward, but it keeps you out of jail.
    My advice:
    1. Never point a gun at something you do not intend to destroy. Threatening people with guns is never okay.
    2. Dont use your gun as your first option, it is your last

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