Intruders in home....can I kill them

Intruders in home....can I kill them

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Curbstomp

Australia

#1 Jan 14, 2012
What is the law about someone breaking into your home and the resident using deadly force? Referring to the high profile case with the woman that killed a intruder in the US, some states have a 'stand your ground' law, being a new father I have a assortment of weapons accessible only to me hidden in my home and wouldn't think twice about killing someone I found here posing any sort of threat to my family, is it still murder in Australia? Anyone have previous exp with this?
ALPHA BOSS

Brampton, Canada

#2 Jan 14, 2012
Curbstomp wrote:
What is the law about someone breaking into your home and the resident using deadly force? Referring to the high profile case with the woman that killed a intruder in the US, some states have a 'stand your ground' law, being a new father I have a assortment of weapons accessible only to me hidden in my home and wouldn't think twice about killing someone I found here posing any sort of threat to my family, is it still murder in Australia? Anyone have previous exp with this?
First off you retard, never post online or tell anyone you have weapons in your house. The gov't is watching you, just as it is watching everyone else.

Second off, you have a baby, If it was me and an Intruder came to my house, I would NOT think twice before protecting my family, and if that includes harming/killing an intruder, so be it.

It is either your family's life or theirs (intruders/criminals), so in that situation forget the law and protect your family.

After in Court, you can tell them the whole story and they will let you off, or give you a minimum sentence.

Also, they are a criminal, and you are a family of innocents. Also, it is either you or the criminal, what would you choose?

Either get shot obeying the law, or wither use your brain.

But home intruders are always broke, and they just want stuff. They dont want to hurt anyone. So i suggest you flash your burner and they will run off, and no one gets hurt
LMR

Australia

#3 Jan 14, 2012
Curbstomp wrote:
What is the law about someone breaking into your home and the resident using deadly force? Referring to the high profile case with the woman that killed a intruder in the US, some states have a 'stand your ground' law, being a new father I have a assortment of weapons accessible only to me hidden in my home and wouldn't think twice about killing someone I found here posing any sort of threat to my family, is it still murder in Australia? Anyone have previous exp with this?
If someone was breaking into your home simply to do some thieving and you killed them, then you would be in shyt loads of trouble.

If someone broke into your home and was threatening you with a weapon and it was REASONABLE to presume they were going to kill or violently attack you or one of your family then that would be self-defence and that would be okay.

But it would be better to wound rather than kill the intruder because if you could have prevented their attack without killing them, then you might be charged with manslaughter.
Elias

Heathridge, Australia

#4 Jan 14, 2012
LMR wrote:
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If someone was breaking into your home simply to do some thieving and you killed them, then you would be in shyt loads of trouble.
If someone broke into your home and was threatening you with a weapon and it was REASONABLE to presume they were going to kill or violently attack you or one of your family then that would be self-defence and that would be okay.
But it would be better to wound rather than kill the intruder because if you could have prevented their attack without killing them, then you might be charged with manslaughter.
I guess that depends on your competency to use a firearm to wound rather than kill. In the heat of the moment.
ALPHA BOSS

Brampton, Canada

#5 Jan 14, 2012
Elias wrote:
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I guess that depends on your competency to use a firearm to wound rather than kill. In the heat of the moment.
Yes, your right.

Wound dont kill
LMR

Australia

#6 Jan 15, 2012
Elias wrote:
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I guess that depends on your competency to use a firearm to wound rather than kill. In the heat of the moment.
I don't own a firearm so that option would not exist for me. I don't know how I would react if in that sort of danger. Sometimes my anger takes over and I become focused and resolute in my actions (as though another person has taken over my body), at other times I freeze.
Curbstomp

Brisbane, Australia

#7 Jan 15, 2012
Good replys thanks guys, sort of just stumbled onto this forum and some topics are great however the level of racism on here really sucks, surely they arnt like that I real life?
True alpha about not posting about the contents I chose to keep in my home, point takin and I am more then happy to take the retard remark on the chin lol :) when becoming a father your outlook really shifts to things you hadn't considered before, I get the whole scare them off thing is better, noted.
Curbstomp

Brisbane, Australia

#8 Jan 15, 2012
Btw I guess your right about them probably being scavengers and not looking for confrontation, adrenaline dose stupid thing to your brain however, would you restrain them or give them a way to exit to end the situation as soon as possable? I wouldn't be to happy about letting my partners jewelry walk out the door lol
Elizabeth II

Hurstville, Australia

#9 Jan 15, 2012
Curbstomp wrote:
What is the law about someone breaking into your home and the resident using deadly force? Referring to the high profile case with the woman that killed a intruder in the US, some states have a 'stand your ground' law, being a new father I have a assortment of weapons accessible only to me hidden in my home and wouldn't think twice about killing someone I found here posing any sort of threat to my family, is it still murder in Australia? Anyone have previous exp with this?
White intruders from former British empire are now in Aboriginals home, stolen their lands to build houses and natural resources to sell overseas, should whites be killed by Aborigines then?

“REFUSE ALL IMITATIONS!!”

Since: Jan 11

Dianella, Australia

#10 Jan 15, 2012
Curbstomp wrote:
Intruders in home....can I kill them
Perhaps, but only if they are not already dead.
Captain Pugwash

Australia

#11 Jan 15, 2012
Elizabeth II wrote:
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White intruders from former British empire are now in Aboriginals home, stolen their lands to build houses and natural resources to sell overseas, should whites be killed by Aborigines then?
Crawl back under your piece of tree bark Edwin. Sorry to disturb you.
ALPHA BOSS

Brampton, Canada

#12 Jan 15, 2012
Curbstomp wrote:
Good replys thanks guys, sort of just stumbled onto this forum and some topics are great however the level of racism on here really sucks, surely they arnt like that I real life?
True alpha about not posting about the contents I chose to keep in my home, point takin and I am more then happy to take the retard remark on the chin lol :) when becoming a father your outlook really shifts to things you hadn't considered before, I get the whole scare them off thing is better, noted.
LOL my bad for the retard thing.

Also, have a great life with your family and baby, comes from the bottom of my heart.
LMR

Australia

#13 Jan 15, 2012
Curbstomp wrote:
Btw I guess your right about them probably being scavengers and not looking for confrontation, adrenaline dose stupid thing to your brain however, would you restrain them or give them a way to exit to end the situation as soon as possable? I wouldn't be to happy about letting my partners jewelry walk out the door lol
If you are capable of restraining them until the police can get there, you should but there is always the risk that they could claim you abused them in some way or held them against their liberty but if the cops are called in ASAP that would minimise the threat.

Since: Jan 11

Mount Holly, NJ

#14 Jan 15, 2012
Do cricket bats work as well as baseball bats?

http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2011/0...

http://www.gazette.com/articles/intruder-1184...

Just a suggestion. Ornamental bowling pins work well also. They just happened to be there in the heat of the moment.:-)
Elias

Heathridge, Australia

#15 Jan 15, 2012
LMR wrote:
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I don't own a firearm so that option would not exist for me. I don't know how I would react if in that sort of danger. Sometimes my anger takes over and I become focused and resolute in my actions (as though another person has taken over my body), at other times I freeze.
This is very true. Our Limbic system (flight or fight) takes over when we are facing mortal danger. Therefore until we find ourselves in that position we will never know how exactly we will react - ferocious protective or run away with our tail between our legs or freeze and become rigid with fear?
Elias

Heathridge, Australia

#16 Jan 15, 2012
Teaman wrote:
Do cricket bats work as well as baseball bats?
Baseball bats are easier to swing in multiple directions. Jackie Chan would only have one shot with a cricket bat, with a baseball bat he swing it around like num chucks.
Anton

Perth, Australia

#17 Jan 15, 2012
Elizabeth II wrote:
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White intruders from former British empire are now in Aboriginals home, stolen their lands to build houses and natural resources to sell overseas, should whites be killed by Aborigines then?
What a fucktard you are.I don't hear Boongs complaining about the 37 billion dollars the government has spent on them over the last five years. Or the royalties they receive for allowing mining on traditional land, or the copious amount of welfare they are paid. An Aboriginal even gets free Ambulance services. My daughter required an ambulance a few months ago. A five km trip to hospital cost $850 ....if I were a boong and my boonglitt require an ambulance it would be free.
What about when they wreck their house and we taxpayer pay for a new one , only to have it trashed again?
If whites never took over Australia it would have been another race you retard. Im sure they wouldn't have treated Abbos half as well.
So shut your uneducated mouth retarded mole.

Since: Jan 11

Mount Holly, NJ

#18 Jan 15, 2012
Elias wrote:
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Baseball bats are easier to swing in multiple directions. Jackie Chan would only have one shot with a cricket bat, with a baseball bat he swing it around like num chucks.
Ah! But Jackie Chan can fly after his one swing.
therev

Quakers Hill, Australia

#19 Feb 24, 2013
well %##$ it i got a couple of spray cans ready and available for unsuspected guests it aint the boongs its the pacific islanders that are going in houses with kids and women in them , the law just dont tell anyone, i use carby and choke cleaner its got a good 8ft jet spray and a can of degreaser thaty will stop em!!

“Fair & Balanced”

Since: Jul 12

wherever there's a mine

#20 Feb 24, 2013
Curbstomp wrote:
What is the law about someone breaking into your home and the resident using deadly force? Referring to the high profile case with the woman that killed a intruder in the US, some states have a 'stand your ground' law, being a new father I have a assortment of weapons accessible only to me hidden in my home and wouldn't think twice about killing someone I found here posing any sort of threat to my family, is it still murder in Australia? Anyone have previous exp with this?
Apparently we can only use reasonable force to restrain & protect our family. If you happen to shoot someone who broke into your house in the thigh & then walk up & blow his knee cap ... let the system try & find 6 or 12 jury members who'll say you weren't acting reasonably.

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