Never said it was. In fact, I elaborated somewhat on that exact point. When attempted theft turns into robbery, then the use of deadly force can become justified. Perp jumps into car at gas station while the owner is coming out of the building and sees it. Owner runs up to the car as the perp is getting out with a few of his perp friends and yells at the owner to give him his keys and wallet. Now it is robbery and one may use deadly force to repel the threat.Silly question. Stealing an unoccupied car (or anything else, for that matter) is not self defense. Defense of others is not what I was talking about, and was not what the guy in Kenosha was doing either.
Again, theft is not a crime where the perp forfeits his life.