Response to Property Burglary

Discussion in 'Stolen Property & Criminality' started by Taildragger-J3, Oct 25, 2017.

  1. Renegade

    Renegade SuperOwner

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    Nighttime makes no difference in regards to burglary, and blanket statements about "at night you can bust a cap in that ass" are foolish.

    That is correct too. See what I posted. Only theft an CM have a nighttime qualification.
     


  2. majormadmax

    majormadmax TGT Addict

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    Jeez, am I the only one on here that watches Law & Order?!? :clown:
     
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  3. txinvestigator

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    Of course not, where do you think I learned everything?!
     
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  4. SC-Texas

    SC-Texas Moderator Moderator

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    If the grand jury indicts you you are going to have a trial unless the prosecutor agrees to drop it. Which they probably won't
     
  5. candcallen

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    At a Holiday Inn Express...Last night?










    Sorry. Couldn't resist.
     
  6. Davetex

    Davetex TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    Can one of the knowledgeable LEO's here give some examples of criminal mischief please? I see it listed all time in the local crime report, but I don't know what it involves. Thanks fellas.
     
  7. seeker_two

    seeker_two Well-Known

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    In a theft case like the OP mentioned, I probably won't use deadly force unless the perp became an immediate threat to me or others.....

    ....but, if I happen to notice a gopher digging up the ground somewhere between the perp and myself, I may have to take immediate action to stop that gopher from digging more holes.....because gopher holes are dangerous. I don't know how the perp would interpret my action at that point, but I'm sure the perp would agree that nearby gophers are dangerous and leave the area to avoid those dangerous gopher holes that I'm pointing out.

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  8. knormal

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    Yes!
    "Stuff" isnt worth a life imho.
     
  9. Younggun

    Younggun Doer of Deeds TGT Supporter Admin

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    How much is the portion of my life and labor sold in order to get that "stuff" worth?

    If "stuff" isn't worth a life then criminals shouldn't risk their lives to get it. Regardless of whether or not someone thinks a person should use deadly force to protect property, it is the thief who makes the choice to put their life on the line for said "stuff". It is the fault of the thief and the thief alone if their life is lost in an attempt to rob another of what they have traded their own life and labor for.
     
  10. jrbfishn

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    You put it in better words than me.
    Everyone has a right to EARN stuff. They do not have the right to take my stuff. And at the same time take the part of my life it took for ME to EARN my stuff.
    Thieves don't take stuff. They take your life. A piece at a time.

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