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This is a discussion on Vigilantism within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by Bark'n She'll probably just find a new husband. Okay, that was cold. Yeah...but accurate. Me. Bitter? NO...well, maybe a little......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    She'll probably just find a new husband.

    Okay, that was cold.
    Yeah...but accurate.

    Me. Bitter?

    NO...well, maybe a little...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MitchellCT View Post
    You don't seem to understand...

    If people did that, they might have to internalize that:

    1) The law is not what they want it to be;

    2) They might have to admit their understanding is flawed/nonexistant;

    3) They will have to learn fundamentals of a subject they believe they understood correctly but infact did not;

    4) They will need to apply said fundamentals to situations they believed they had a clear understanding of and rethink what they believed was clearly understood.

    People want the easy fix, simple answers and catchy phrases.

    They don't want to work. If that's the case, I just don't have any sympathy.

    It's not out of people's reach. If you can't afford a lawyer's consult, then they can read respected textbooks on the subjects, like "In the Gravest Extreme" by Ayoob, as well as his other works.

    But - it is phycologically uncomfortable to realize "I know I don't know." and most people won't do it.

    Boy, that really hits the nail squarely on the head!

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    This case reminds me of a very similar incident that happen to a legal cc-er who was convicted of manslaughter.

    Conviction of Tigh Croff, Detroit homeowner who killed burglar, proof that justice can frustrate |

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    His wife will probably divorce him since he's gone for 12 yrs, and have a new husband within 9 months.

    Get on a cell phone, call 911 and track the guy while the police show up to arrest him.... that's the best option. For God's sake, don't go using them for target practice.
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