Donut desperado denied dough: Dunkin'...

Donut desperado denied dough: Dunkin' Donuts employees stop attempted armed robbery

There are 4 comments on the Aiken Standard story from Apr 13, 2011, titled Donut desperado denied dough: Dunkin' Donuts employees stop attempted armed robbery. In it, Aiken Standard reports that:

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“Pompous pontificator”

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#1 Apr 13, 2011
This kid is playing a very dangerous game. If he keeps this up, he will either be DOA when the cops respond, or live his life as a vegetable.

People 'round-here don't fool-around when they have an inkling their life is threatened. They'll shoot-first and THEN see if you have anything behind your back.

Fair warning.

“The Captain Has Been Drinking!”

Since: Sep 10

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#2 Apr 14, 2011
No kidding, has anyone ever read this law?

http://www.sled.sc.gov/ProtectionOfPeople.asp...

“Pompous pontificator”

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#3 Apr 14, 2011
Osama bon Jovi wrote:
No kidding, has anyone ever read this law?
http://www.sled.sc.gov/ProtectionOfPeople.asp...
Correct, but, some ppl these days are looking closely at that last part, the exemption about LEOs. There is a school of thought that cops especially, should not be immune from prosecution when they violate laws. Seems logical; but to further the point, these same folks say a citizen can do whatever it takes to resist. IOW, fight back when a LEO attacts them unlawfully/without cause. So, In a case where, say you are mistaken for a violent perp and physically attacked by a LEO, and you 'protect yourself' from death or grave bodily harm, will that law strip you of your defence? Food for thought. BTW, I am not knocking the excellent points, even though there shouldn't even be a NEED for this law as self-defence is a natural RIGHT everyone possesses at birth. But in the litigious age we are in, it is nice to have to point out this right to sheeple who don't know-better.

“The Captain Has Been Drinking!”

Since: Sep 10

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#4 Apr 14, 2011
Exactly my point, they had to include the section on civil litigation in that law thanks to mentally handicapped judges in the past awarding "wrongful death" settlements for the surviving family members of criminals.

But, have you noticed that the SC house is trying to repeal the need for a "Concealed Weapons Permit" and allowing citizens to carry on the basis that the constitution already allows for that?

Man, litigation is so gay...

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