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Discussion in 'Self Defense and Handgun Carry' started by gerhard1, May 10, 2020.
It sounds like he forgot the "With all due respect to your rank and position..."
It's amazing what additional facts will do to a situation. Thanks for posting this.
I was a Reagan Marine in the mid-80's. We had it a bit better after the Beirut barracks bombing, but we'd still run into the occasional OIC who was more scared of Marines with live ammo than BG's. Most of us kept an off book mag and 5-10 rounds for those occasions. Better a courts martial than a pine box was our thought. Sure glad it never came to that!
Yes, you are wrong here. The McMichaels had legal grounds for a warrantless of Arbery for trespassing, prowling, simple assault, and felony burglary. Greg McMichael is a retired investigator for the County Prosecutors Office, I think after 30 some years of law enforcement he probably knows when he has grounds for an arrest. As for Travis McMichael, he is Federal law enforcement officer employed by the United States Coast Guard, he too knows when it is justified to use force and to make an arrest. As for Arbery, he simply didn't have enough sense not to violate his felony probation, or enough sense not to charge into the muzzle of a shotgun in an attempt to commit a forcible felony on the man holding the shotgun.
Um, no. Simply, no. Its been covered already, including by several lawyers in videos, that Arbery did NOT trespass. And there was no simple assault nor burglary. Everything in your first sentence is false. And the trial will show that.
Late to the party and wrong all of your points have been thoroughly debunked in the previous 27 pages...
Hrm, he joined OSA yesterday, and this was his only post. My troll-o-meter is twitching...
I just knew people weren't ready to let it go.
Someone may be "Lurking" around........