Right off, I'm not a Nazi, and I don't sympathize with Nazi beliefs or any of the stuff that goes along with those guys. But, I am curious about some of the legal aspects of today's shooting in Oklahoma - a female at a party across the street, allegedly on a dare, attempted to steal one of a guy's several Nazi flags displayed in his front yard - she ran away with the flag, and he shot her with an AR-15 as she was running away - or so the news story says - Woman shot in back while trying to steal man's Nazi flag, authorities say. The shooter was arrested - ADW - $500,000 bond. I live in Texas where homeowners have very strong legal rights when it comes to defending their property, and Oklahoma seems to have similar gun laws - Stand Your Ground, Castle Doctrine, defense of property, etc. What I'm wondering is why was the guy arrested - I'm not an attorney, but it seems like it was clearly a defense of property situation. I'm not interested in discussing anything about "was a flag worth shooting someone over" or "it was a NAZI flag, for gosh sake", or any of that stuff - what I am interested in is why was the guy arrested? Seems like he could easily make the case that he was defending his property that the gal was attempting to steal, and she was running away. Please enlighten me, in a friendly way . . .