Send Shocking Message To Criminals = 7,000 volts

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    Send Shocking Message To Criminals = 7,000 volts

    CBS 13 - Sac of Tomatoes, CA
    November 19, 2012 11:22 PM

    Defense in Layers.................

    .....Barbed wire fencing isnít cutting it, guard dogs havenít worked and neither has a security system. But the electric fence idea has Sam amped up.

    .....ďItís a memorable experience,Ē an electric fence manufacturer said.

    Itís one designed to force criminals to make a run for it before they can steal.

    My Comments: Or before they can be shot! Or if they fry on the fence, you can always use the firearm to blow them to safety from the electric shock.

    Rancho Cordova Businesses Could Soon Send Shocking Message To Criminals ę CBS Sacramento
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    Good idea. It's about time businesses are given the ability to protect themselves. Even better than reading the article is reading the comments about it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanlouise View Post
    Good idea. It's about time businesses are given the ability to protect themselves. Even better than reading the article is reading the comments about it!
    They've always had the ability. It's just that in many places (no surprise) doing so has been criminalized.

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    The City Council agrees. Council members granted unanimous approval to pass a new ordinance making these currently illegal fences legal in their city.
    It's about bleedin' time. Can't imagine what would possess anyone to criminalize the use of defensive fencing in the first place.
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    Explain: How does disarming victims reduce the number of victims?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanlouise View Post
    Good idea. It's about time businesses are given the ability to protect themselves. Even better than reading the article is reading the comments about it!
    Yeah, the comments were more fun than the article.

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    I wonder if they'll over various models, ie: The Base Amp; The Zap Master; The Shake, Shake, Shake; and, the top-of-the-line model, The Pearly Gates.
    Your best weapon is your brain. Don't leave home without it.
    Thoughts: Justifiable self defense (A.O.J.).
    Explain: How does disarming victims reduce the number of victims?
    Reason over Force: The Gun is Civilization (Marko Kloos).
    NRA, SAF, GOA, OFF, ACLDN.

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    Only problem I see is the nuisance of all the lawsuits the alleged thieves will file because the business owners will be preventing them from pursuing their careers.
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    ccw9mm wrote : I wonder if they'll over various models, ie: The Base Amp; The Zap Master; The Shake, Shake, Shake; and, the top-of-the-line model, The Pearly Gates.
    Yes, this could open up a whole new business and even more colourful names.

    high pockets wrote : Only problem I see is the nuisance of all the lawsuits the alleged thieves will file because the business owners will be preventing them from pursuing their careers.
    True. However, nothing is lawsuit resistant. We (Americans) are a sue-happy people that will go to court over the least infraction for the most mega millions they think will be awarded. Think McDonalds and the goofy lady who spilled hot coffee in her lap and sued because nobody "warned" her it was hot.

    What part of "hot" coffee did she not understand? With this in mind, the thieves will sue because they were not sufficiently warned of an electrifed barrier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoGunn View Post
    With this in mind, the thieves will sue because they were not sufficiently warned of an electrifed barrier.
    And lots of ambulance-chasing highly-ethical lawyers will support them in their suit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lchamp View Post
    And lots of ambulance-chasing highly-ethical lawyers will support them in their suit.
    You mean there might actually be unethical lawyers?

    I am shocked as well as extrodinarily sarcastic!
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    I see the lawyers lining up already. "Your honor, my poor, innocent client from (name your non-English-speaking country) couldn't read the 300 warning signs and was only grabbing the fence to (whatever reason)."

    This will turn out bad for the property owner.
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    Having lived on a farm and bumping into an electric fence a time or two believe me it is a memorable experience. I like the idea it may jolt a few of the criminal into seeking a new and less electrifying line of work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    Having lived on a farm and bumping into an electric fence a time or two believe me it is a memorable experience. I like the idea it may jolt a few of the criminal into seeking a new and less electrifying line of work.
    +1. I've grabbed the line on the fence around my chicken pen a couple of times now thinking ..."I know I just turned that off". Yeah...that never ended well and I ended up inventing new 4-letter colorful metaphors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    I wonder if they'll over various models, ie: The Base Amp; The Zap Master; The Shake, Shake, Shake; and, the top-of-the-line model, The Pearly Gates.
    Shouldn't that last one be "The Lake of Fire"?

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    Please note it was not just hot coffee

    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoGunn View Post
    However, nothing is lawsuit resistant. We (Americans) are a sue-happy people that will go to court over the least infraction for the most mega millions they think will be awarded. Think McDonalds and the goofy lady who spilled hot coffee in her lap and sued because nobody "warned" her it was hot.

    What part of "hot" coffee did she not understand?
    The coffee was served at a temp of 200 degrees F or just 12 degrees short of boiling temperature and caused 3 degree burns over 6 percent of her skin and 2nd degree burns over 16 percent of her body. She required skin grafts and was hospitalized for 8 days.

    This often cited case is not a good example to use for tort reform (which is needed) because the coffee she received was boiling and not just hot and it was served at a undrinkable (even untouchable) temperature.

    see http://www.lectlaw.com/files/cur78.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgrass101 View Post
    Please note it was not just hot coffee

    The Actual Facts about the Mcdonalds' Coffee Case
    I was going to say that too. On the surface the MacDonalds suit seems absurd, but when you read what happened to this woman, it's really not. Yes, coffee is supposed to be hot, but not scalding hot. No one can drink scalding hot coffee...that caused 3rd degree burns.

    There are plenty of other ridiculous lawsuits though, no doubt about that. Even better are the warnings that manufacturers have put on their products. Guess they plan to cover all their bases.
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