Taking Aim at Cops?

Red Alert!

Red Alert!

I followed a link on Drudgereport.com to this:

Indiana First State to Allow Citizens to Shoot Law Enforcement Officers

The essence of it seems to be that if a public servant enters a home illegally, the homeowner can respond with deadly force.

Well, at first glance, maybe this will stop the seemingly irresistible tide of laws that restrict our freedoms while letting citizens be victimized without recourse.  The police will certainly take more precautions to ensure that they aren’t kicking in the wrong door if they can be legally shot for doing so.

I am a little shocked that a RINO-esque milquetoast like Mitch “wifey won’t let me run for prez” Daniels signed this.  Maybe he has a pair after all.

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2 Responses to “Taking Aim at Cops?”

  1. John Kornegay says:

    This Indiana law came about because the Indiana Supreme Court decided that a citizen had no right to defend themselves against an unlawful attack by a government employee, specifically a police officer. That seemed to cause some surprise. I wonder what the CT law is on this subject?

  2. Gunnutmegger says:

    Hmmm. Good question…