this is how you wound-up incarcerated the first time.<quoted text>There used to be what I would call common sense justice.
If someone breaks into your house..
If someone starts a fight...
If people gang attack someone...
If someone goes after a woman or the elderly or someone handicapped...
Some people need to be thrown a beating. According to the law lets say someone pulled those three off of the 13 year old and they stopped attacking him, it would then be illegal to do anything to them since self-defense only covers an amount of force needed to stop an attack. But how is that justice? Someone could literally walk up and sock a woman in the face and then put their hands up and say "I'm done, I'm not resisting" and if someone did something to them they'd go to jail.
That doesn't balance the scales.
Someone can break into a home and smash a bottle over someone's head after robbing them and then go after someone else and it is on the person they are going after to make sure they don't use too much force when potentially fighting for their life
It's so backwards. I'm not advocating shooting someone because they talked snack or bumped into someone. The response can't be absurdly disproportionate. But the old school days of nobody crying over someone who brought something on themselves are over.
I think when people do certain things they open themselves up to certain responses. Those three deserve a trip behind the woodshed. Bet they wouldn't do it again
I see you have learned nothing.
Your criminal thinking must be a birth defect, were both your parents christian?
Your criminal thinking is going to get you in front of a judge again, and the next time you will have priors, in america that should get you a nice piece of time. When you are incarcerated again remember to not tell them you are a christian, the stats of incarcerated christians make it look bad for the religion, do your christian part, lie.