National Interest In A “Victim Bill of Rights.”

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    National Interest In A “Victim Bill of Rights.”

    National Interest In A “Victim Bill of Rights.”

    By Jim Irvine

    The past week has seen a nationwide flurry of interest in “Castle Doctrine” or “Stand your Ground” or “Victim Bill of Rights” legislation. No matter the name, it does the same three things:

    If someone breaks into your home, you may respond with deadly force.

    If you are outside your home, but are there legally, you do not need to retreat before deadly force.

    If forced to use deadly force, you can’t be prosecuted or sued for the actions you took to defend your life.

    This has been basic understanding of “right and wrong” for centuries. Good people understand there are bad people, and think it’s best when the good people defeat the bad people who criminally violate the good people.

    No one has passed laws to say that you now gave up rights when a violent criminal breaks into your home, or that you are not permitted to defend yourself when threatened by rape or death, or that victims are now responsible for the injuries criminals sustain while attacking them.

    Enter Activist judges. These are people who don’t understand their own job. Instead of applying the law, they make it. They force their personal views on society in a travesty of justice. It is fitting that they wear a black robe – they represent evil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angio333 View Post
    National Interest In A “Victim Bill of Rights.”

    Enter Activist judges. These are people who don’t understand their own job. Instead of applying the law, they make it. They force their personal views on society in a travesty of justice. It is fitting that they wear a black robe – they represent evil.

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    Enter Activist judges. These are people who don’t understand their own job. Instead of applying the law, they make it. They force their personal views on society in a travesty of justice. It is fitting that they wear a black robe – they represent evil.
    I couldn't agree more Old Chief! Making up law's is what these people do best and it is just wrong in so many was.


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    IMO, the clearest sign of depravity in a society is the number of loops on the "pocket noose" it carries to villify virtuous citizens the instant a life is quelled, despite the fact that it's the BG's blood in the gutter as a result of failure of a violent crime. In the end, such actions will be the noose of our own destruction, one GG at a time.

    May such lunacy be unmasked and relegated to the trash heap, in our time.
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