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  1. Valid point. Only people to feel sorry for is the victims. If only the world was like a fairy Fail where everyone was happy and no one was evil. But, Snow White, this is real life, Haha. If a BG does something and is killed/injured...then so be it. I've had enough of innocent blood shed in this world.

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    It really does not matter, just chock one up for the good guys.

    I believe you will find more and more of home owners taking matters into their own hands and if need be killing the perp. The police cannot be everywhere and can never get to the scene to stop a crime in progress, this means if the dirt bags are willing to take their lives in their own hands, roll the dice, take the gamble that the home they are about to rob, that the homeowner is not sitting there with a 12 ga, AR 15, etc.
    The Second Amendment is not about Hunting!!
    When the Government is afraid of of it's People, This LIBERTY
    When the People are afraid of the government, That is TYRANNY

  4. Its a shame to see our society stray so far from what made this country free in the first place. armed citizens able to defend what is rightfully their own. Now if we do we are the bad ones well it was put to me like this. Judged by 12 or carried by 6 damn straight anyone trying to raid my castle is gonna get the business end of a 45

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    In keeping with revjen45, it amazes me how literally every story, where a perp is killed or where someone is injured at 2AM at a club on a school day, has an "auntie" or a "momma" telling us what a good boy he was. To top it all off, most of the stories never mention "daddy".

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    Last week here in S. Florida police shot and killed 4 armed, masked men as the prepared to break into a house.

    Here's the twist - the house is owned by the Miami/Dade police dept. and was being used as a front in a sting operation. The perps (all with violent criminal records, some with warrants) were "lured" to the home by a police informant who said it was a drug house with plenty of cash and loot. When confronted by LEOs a firefight ensued and all 4 were pronounced dead on the scene. (note: 1 of the 4 was the informant who was told by police beforehand to stay in the car under the pretense that he'd be the getaway driver. For some reason he chose not to.).

    Already there are some down here using words like "entrapment" and "police ambush".

    My response is....."So??"
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    Find out where that person who posted their concerns for the bad guys live and every time someone is caught trying to rob or kill some one, take them to their house and let them "counsel" them.
    Sooner or later the police will be there drawing the little chalk outline around them and we will be less one more idiot.

  8. In response to B2tall

    I agree it was obvious those people were not there to bake cup cakes rather it be a house full of well prepared police then poor sap who can't defend against an attack like that

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    every death of a human being is tragic. Having empathy for the family and friends of a BG that has died is not the same as having sympathy for the BG.

    I have no sympathy for a 20-year old being sentenced to 15 years for a death caused by his or her DWI, but I have lots of empathy for the parents of that 20-year old, just as I have for the children who must suffer the incarceration of a parent.

    Fathers and mothers of the enemy soldiers bury their children with the same grief as we bury ours.

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    Recently, within the last year or so, I saw something that was most refreshing. After her son (and several of his criminal friends) was sentenced to life for a crime spree that included murder, a woman went public and apologized to all the victims of her son's crimes. She made no attempt to defend her son's actions or to blame society, etc., etc. She apologized for her own possible failures as a parent. She wasn't reading from a script and her voice was trembling as she spoke. Her sincerity was unquestionable.

    That woman has my sympathy. To paraphrase The Bard, sometimes bad sons come from good wombs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nogods View Post
    every death of a human being is tragic. Having empathy for the family and friends of a BG that has died is not the same as having sympathy for the BG.

    I have no sympathy for a 20-year old being sentenced to 15 years for a death caused by his or her DWI, but I have lots of empathy for the parents of that 20-year old, just as I have for the children who must suffer the incarceration of a parent.

    Fathers and mothers of the enemy soldiers bury their children with the same grief as we bury ours.
    Well put, very well put....

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