I would agree, but the man made an aggressive move, and there appears many relatives were around. Looks a bit more involved than a just an ego trip. It will all come out in court. Simple fact is the guard was enforcing the rules he was paid to do and the resident copped an attitude with a mob behind him. The guard gave him a break the first time.<quoted text>
I am siding with a sober person that wasn't a threat over a drunk guy with a gun that was more dangerous. My father was a police officer, and dealt with much more serious situations and didn't have to react like this alcoholic did. He is a rent a cop trying to bully a guy in his yard. A gun NEVER needs to be drawn because a guy is changing his oil. Next thing you know, swat will be called because I want to water my lawn. My resentment is about making a point that some people say he was paid to do everything he did, but I know better. He wasn't paid to carry a gun. He was a rent a cop, and he let it go to his head and tried to be the Terminator.
The guard is not to supposed to enforce the rules because the resident feels they don't apply to him? The resident was the total cause of that incident, drinking guard or not.