Killing someone is not hard imo, it’s easier now than it’s ever been. What’s hard, imo, is knowing exactly when and when not to use such a killing-measures.
The comment is harsh, but realistic.
You can’t ‘legally’ kill someone in the course of everyday life.
However, the following scenarios do actually provide scenarios in which it happens:
1) Self defense (and this is not a complete legal analysis); if you are being attacked by someone with clear intent to kill, you have the right to defend yourself. Depending on the situation, you can be prosecuted for using more force than necessary, or not having certainly that your life is truly in danger. Likewise to defend another who is being similarly threatened.
2) In a war, soldiers are given commands to attempt to kill enemy troops as part of a mandated military action, and they cannot be prosecuted individually except for under exceptional circumstances.
3) In states that still use the death penalty, a person can be killed
Zimmerman had so many supporters, THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS & DEFEND HIMSELF. That is what has occurred. We cannot separate the two. Would it be fair to say, it does not matter what color either person is, the right to defends oneself and bear arms is the real underlying issue?
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