This is a discussion on Things are not always what they seem. Remember that before you get too involved! within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by PaulG My gripe is that it appears that some people automatically assume that ANYONE who decides to go and see if they ...
While others seem to think that ANYONE who chooses to take a strictly defensive posture is a coward. They are BOTH wrong!Originally Posted by PaulG
The same police also know about the cycle of abuse and have a good idea that the lady is lying her butt off . Many will to protect the abuser , right up till death and its not limited to women .Police said the woman did not appear to have any visible signs of being attacked.
Make sure you get full value out of today , Do something worthwhile, because what you do today will cost you one day off the rest of your life .
We only begin to understand folks after we stop and think .
Criminals are looking for victims, not opponents.
that's cut and dry to me. i'm not a member of the "justice league of america." i'll call the police at most and only if it feels necessary.
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As much as I like to help people I'm calling 911 and observing. I'm not saying I will never help a stranger but I would have to have seen or know a lot before I'd draw and intervene. Now maybe I might have yelled something to the lady to see if she'd respond and requests help.
I also think there's more to this story.
Carrying either a Glock 23 or 30 each w/ TruGlo TFO in Comp Tac C-TAC holsters since obtaining Nebraska CHP in Feb. 2007
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i dont think anyone here would assume or think that each and every other poster hopes they do the right thing, in any possibility of such serious implications as this.
i say leave it at that
Just remember, even cops in pairs, dread domestic disputes.