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Discussion in 'In the News' started by VolGrad, Oct 18, 2007.
Somebody forgot to tell these jokers.
Something's missing in that story.
I saw that on the news this morning.It might be self defense but he was carrying in a place that sells alcohol and who knows if he even had a GFL.
For those of you that carry at PGs, this looks like good news:
That does not mean that no charges will be filed. In addition, for all we know, it may have been somebody in the large list of exemptions in 16-11-130.
How long do they have to file charges? And since I think you'd going to say "as long as they want," how long is normal before filing charges in a shooting case?
If there will be no charges why do they refer to it as a homicide? They stated it was self-defense. I thought homicide indicated it was criminal.
No homicide means an unnatural death. Not necessarily a criminal one. Self defense is justifiable homicide.
From the Latin homicidium: homo = human and caedere to kill (like suicide, regicide, etc).
I have learned something today. Now, I must go back to sleep.