- Jul 18, 2005
- Genesis Sedan 3.8
Good decision regarding the homeowner. He was not acting in self defence or to protect his property. There is no justification for how far he took it.
Do the people defending him believe that you should be allowed to do anything to a man who has broken into your property but is no longer a threat to you? It certainly sounds like it and that is a very scary attitude to have.
I'm confident that any civilised country (including the US) would reach a similar conclusion in this case. I would be amazed if anyone could find a recent similar case where there was no charges.
Not necessarily ANYTHING, rigging him up to a contraption ala Saw IV would be off limits. And waterboarding I guess.
I prefer self defense in which the fuckdick has no chance to get up and turn the tables. Especially in the case where its not just my property that's in jeopardy