Florida review of no-retreat calls for little change
One amusing side issue. The article claims "Two dozen states have passed similar laws since 2005, and several studies show that so-called "justifiable homicides" have increased significantly in the places that have enacted "stand your ground" laws," while another newspaper's article claims that "There remains no evidence that before 2005 Floridians who had lawfully protected themselves were being charged with crimes, let alone convicted." Hard to have it both ways: the law has a significant impact, yet it didn't change anything.
Those people who are against this are Those People whohave kinfolk/friends getting capped as do Their armed robberies,car jacks,burglaries,purse snatches,etc etc. I bet They can't wait for the coming gun ban so they won't have to worry as They apply Their trade with impunity.
Posted by: Ceefour at November 17, 2012 10:38 AM