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SES
Two different situations. As to the first...
Fri Sep 7, 2018 11:23am
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I used to live in a third floor apartment.

If I had returned home at 10 PM, and found someone in my apartment, my first reaction would be to ask "Who the hell are you?"

His/her reaction would dictate my next course of action. Since I don't care a firearm, shooting them would not be an option.

The story says that they don't know [and probably never will] what kind of interaction the shooter had with the victim.

I can't imagine ever being so tired or out of sorts (short of being intoxicated) to the point that I wouldn't realized that I had walked into the wrong apartment.

  • Shoot first, ask questions later:Ken C, Fri Sep 7 10:07am
    If you found an intruder in your home, would you yell any kind of warning before shooting the person? What if you shot and killed the suspected intruder, then realized you were in the wrong house and ... more
    • Re: Shoot first, ask questions later:Ennui, Fri Sep 7 2:10pm
      SES: "I can't imagine ever being so tired or out of sorts (short of being intoxicated) to the point that I wouldn't realized that I had walked into the wrong apartment." And that was my first thought ... more
    • Two different situations. As to the first... — SES, Fri Sep 7 11:23am
    • Reasonable belief. It's a key term. Sprout, Fri Sep 7 10:52am
      If one reads use of force statutes in Texas, it uses that term repeatedly. What it means that given the situation as a reasonable person would believe it to be, is the use of force proposed... more
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