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Monday, April 10th, 2017SUGGEST NEWS

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Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on April 10th, 2017 @ 12:21AM

RE: Cops Can Kill You Even If They’re in the Wrong Home, Says Federal Court

Man that's messed up. On a side note, If I'm not mistaken Florida has a castle doctrine of some sorts. I wonder what would have happened if the victim lived but had during the course of the exchange seriously wounded or killed the police officer thinking they were an intruder. Would castle doctrine protect him or would the state still pursue charges?

BiVRiP
- 2017-04-10 08:02:18


I remember hearing that such a thing happened BiVRiP where the police served a no knock warrant on some suspect and that suspect fired at the officers and ended up killing one and in the end was not charged or got off or whatever. Not sure of any of the details really beyond that, might not even be true, but I`m pretty sure it is. I could probably google it and find out, but boy I just ate a whole pizza and am super lazy right now so I`m not going to bother.

Noss
- 2017-04-10 16:54:39

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April 10th, 2017 @ 8:02AM

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RE: Cops Can Kill You Even If They’re in the Wrong Home, Says Federal Court

Man that's messed up. On a side note, If I'm not mistaken Florida has a castle doctrine of some sorts. I wonder what would have happened if the victim lived but had during the course of the exchange seriously wounded or killed the police officer thinking they were an intruder. Would castle doctrine protect him or would the state still pursue charges?
Noss
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April 10th, 2017 @ 4:54PM

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I remember hearing that such a thing happened BiVRiP where the police served a no knock warrant on some suspect and that suspect fired at the officers and ended up killing one and in the end was not charged or got off or whatever. Not sure of any of the details really beyond that, might not even be true, but I`m pretty sure it is. I could probably google it and find out, but boy I just ate a whole pizza and am super lazy right now so I`m not going to bother.
BiVRiP
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April 10th, 2017 @ 6:01PM

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"...but boy I just ate a whole pizza and am super lazy right now..."

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