Jun 11 - Indiana legalizes shooting cops

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Jun 11 - Indiana legalizes shooting cops
 

 

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Hold onto your holsters, folks: shooting a cop dead is now legal in the state of Indiana.
Governor Mitch Daniels, a Republican, has authorized changes to a 2006 legislation that legalizes the use of deadly force on a public servant — including an officer of the law — in cases of “unlawful intrusion.” Proponents of both the Second and Fourth Amendments — those that allow for the ownership of firearms and the security against unlawful searches, respectively — are celebrating the update by saying it ensures that residents are protected from authorities that abuse the powers of the badge.
Others, however, fear that the alleged threat of a police state emergence will be replaced by an all-out warzone in Indiana.
Under the latest changes of the so-called Castle Doctrine, state lawmakers agree “people have a right to defend themselves and third parties from physical harm and crime.” Rather than excluding officers of the law, however, any public servant is now subject to be met with deadly force if they unlawfully enter private property without clear justification.
“In enacting this section, the general a.ssembly finds and declares that it is the policy of this state to recognize the unique character of a citizen's home and to ensure that a citizen feels secure in his or her own home against unlawful intrusion by another individual or a public servant,” reads the legislation.
Although critics have been quick to condemn the law for opening the door for a.ssaults on police officers, supporters say that it is necessary to implement the ideals brought by America’s forefathers. Especially, argue some, since the Indiana Supreme Court almost eliminated the Fourth Amendment entirely last year. During the 2011 case of Barnes v. State of Indiana, the court ruled that a man who a.ssaulted an officer dispatched to his house had broken the law before there was “no right to reasonably resist unlawful entry by police officers.” In turn, the National Rifle a.ssociation lobbied for an amendment to the Castle Doctrine to ensure that residents were protected from officers that abuse the law to grant themselves entry into private space.
“There are bad legislators,” the law’s author, State Senator R. Michael Young (R) tells Bloomberg News. “There are bad clergy, bad doctors, bad teachers, and it’s these officers that we’re concerned about that when they act outside their scope and duty that the individual ought to have a right to protect themselves.”
Governor Daniels agrees with the senator in a statement offered through his office, and notes that the law is only being established to cover rare incidents of police abuse that can escape the system without reprimand for officers or other persons that break the law to gain entry.
“In the real world, there will almost never be a situation in which these extremely narrow conditions are met,” Daniels says. “This law is not an invitation to use violence or force against law enforcement officers.”
Officers in Indiana aren’t necessarily on the same page, though. “If I pull over a car and I walk up to it and the guy shoots me, he’s going to say, ‘Well, he was trying to illegally enter my property,’” Sergeant Joseph Hubbard tells Bloomberg. “Somebody is going get away with k!lling a cop because of this law.”
“It’s just a recipe for disaster,” Indiana State Fraternal Order of Police President Tim Downs adds. “It just puts a bounty on our heads.”


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 Indiana legalizes shooting cops — RT

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 4 years ago '04        #2
chctynig2804 2 heat pts
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this has fail written all over it
 
 06-11-2012, 07:31 PM         #3
WordOnThaStreet 
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*move to indiana to defend the community from the oppressive force collectively known as pigs
 
 4 years ago '04        #4
Fresh801 
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This will stop the crooked cops on illegal house entry
 
 4 years ago '06        #5
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 Trolling said:
Officers in Indiana aren’t necessarily on the same page, though. “If I pull over a car and I walk up to it and the guy shoots me, he’s going to say, ‘Well, he was trying to illegally enter my property,’” Sergeant Joseph Hubbard tells Bloomberg. “Somebody is going get away with k!lling a cop because of this law.”
Yeah like they get away with k!lling innocent civilians because of regular law?? gtfo I hear about cops doing hell dirt against law abiding citizens on the daily! So when the law is reversed it doesn't sound so pretty, does it?
 
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Under the latest changes of the so-called Castle Doctrine, state lawmakers agree “people have a right to defend themselves and third parties from physical harm and crime.” Rather than excluding officers of the law, however, any public servant is now subject to be met with deadly force if they unlawfully enter private property without clear justification.


EQUAL protection (and responsibility) under the law.
 
 4 years ago '05        #7
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At those saying this law is bad... Just think how many innocent people are k!lled by cops on unlawful entry and searches.

Take the former soldier who was k!lled by cops because they raided his house for "weed"... Yet no weed was found or any evidence some was ever there.... But shot him because he has his gun to protect himself.

Dozens of shots later he was dead
 
 4 years ago '05        #8
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you k!ll a cop..... under most likely any circumstance and cops will k!ll you...
 
 4 years ago '06        #9
Special Edd 132 heat pts132
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this only means one thing.

pull over your reaching for something a cop will DUMP ON YOUR a.ss!
 
 4 years ago '10        #10
kiddrocay 27 heat pts27
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roooooooooooooflmaoooooooooooooooooooooooo
 
 06-12-2012, 03:08 PM         #11
evici1 
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Wtfu*k Is Goin On In The U.S,
Open Ur Eyes !!
 
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 Trolling said:
Sergeant Joseph Hubbard tells Bloomberg. “Somebody is going get away with k!lling a cop because of this law.”
o well...cops use the laws and get away with k!lling people as well...
Under the latest changes of the so-called Castle Doctrine, state lawmakers agree “people have a right to defend themselves and third parties from physical harm and crime.” Rather than excluding officers of the law, however, any public servant is now subject to be met with deadly force if they unlawfully enter private property without clear justification.
sounds good to me, don't enter private property without clear justification just like everyone else in the world...

you making drug raids don't fu*k around and enter the wrong house and screw up innocent people's lives...


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 06-12-2012, 03:22 PM         #14
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What Kinda Devil Worship Law Is That?
 
 4 years ago '05        #15
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love the idea...too bad a citizen will never beat that case..they'll make sure 100 n*ggaz die before they let a cop k!ller go free
 
 06-12-2012, 03:52 PM         #16
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As soon as a white, liberal Democrat gets in power they'll overturn this. In no way do they want minorities defending themselves from police. Just look at any one of our major cities and see who runs them. Their 'golden child' experiment being Detroit and everyone knows what that city has been for decades now after Democrats touched it.
 
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ItAlY2BkLyN 234 heat pts234
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I'm happy to hear this because it does sound like some states are standing up for the rights of the citizens. We might not enter a military state after all?
 
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The almighty R is near


 
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 Special Edd said:
this only means one thing.

pull over your reaching for something a cop will DUMP ON YOUR a.ss!
Or you could have read the sh*t and knew it was talking about unlawful entry into your home.
 
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