Goid point by the way!! Its kinda like those Red Flag laws if someone was to call in a Judge as a Threat you think they are going to follow through with it. Nope!!Soccerdad1995 wrote: ↑Wed Oct 30, 2019 11:57 amSo by this logic, if someone steals from me, and runs into the police chief's home, I can blow it up trying to get my belongings back? Somehow I'm thinking that might not go over so well.
I also found this part of the ruling particularly disturbing:
I think we all go by the belief that we are responsible for every bullet that leaves our gun, which means that we are liable if someone is killed or injured by a missed shot, etc. But this seems to imply the opposite, as least as it relates to our employees acting on our behalf (i.e. LEO's).The court acknowledged that this may seem “unfair,” but when police have to protect the public, they can’t be “burdened with the condition” that they compensate whoever is damaged by their actions along the way.
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- Wed Oct 30, 2019 12:03 pm
- Forum: The Crime Blotter
- Topic: CO: Police blow up innocent man’s home to capture shop lifting suspect
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