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Old 10-01-2013, 08:54 AM   #93
cliffy109
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Have you seen the Facebook page they set up for the injured thug? https://www.facebook.com/pages/Justi...11664345601619

I'm going to say right now that the parallel between this and the Treyvon Martin case is clear. It really don't matter what happened to get them into the position. Once a person has a reasonable fear for their life, they are allowed to defend themselves. The RR driver was clearly acting in self defense and clearly had a reason to fear for his life. A gang of bikers was hitting his SUV and slashing tires. Even if the driver had participated in a road rage incident (which is not being alleged at this point), at the point where knives and helmets are being used as weapons, he is allowed to defend himself with deadly force. Even in New York.
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