You sound like the same guy, disregarding the same simple logic, just posting under different names.<quoted text>
A firearm should never be pulled unless you plan on using it. Mr. Holesinger made a mistake. But when given an opportunity to resolve the argument by leaving Mr. Staker should have left instead of firing his firearm. Even if shooting Mr. Holesinger was the only option, shooting a guy five times is not self defense. I believe both guys made mistakes and things should have been done differently by both people. The thing is Mr. Staker had a choice to leave and not to shoot.
Mr Holsinger made a series of poor decisions, leading to his own demise.
HE, you, myself and everyone is in the world are primarily responsible for our OWN actions.
ANYone who pulls a weapon on another person has threatened to take that person's life...
You've ALSO rolled the dice with your OWN life...
Mr Holsinger apparently thought that risk was worth taking, and lost.
Tragic decision, but one he was SOLELY responsible for.