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If you killed a cop in self defense for your own life , what's your guilt factor? 1 to 10 mine in 3

I was thinking in the recent activity around America what is our pushing point?
If my brother tried to hurt my wife really tried to hurt her bad I would shoot my brother, if the government tries to hurt my family I will shoot the government workers.

What's your thoughts.

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If one is attacked, the occupation of the attacker,

or the costume they may be wearing, will likely not be of immediate concern.

The sad truth

You wouldn't likely live to tell. The cops almost never attack without a very large back up. As soon as shots are fired and officer down is called, well, not sure you could even surrender and most assuredly you would be railroaded. Just the way things are.

Gorilla movements work because they are stealthy, silent, deadly and go after the soft underbelly. Then the stomach for the fight is removed. That is how they've succeeded.

Win via the ballot-box, the alternative is unthinkable to the liberty movement. Belies everything we believe in.

Zero guilt, but

I would speak to god on his behalf, and I would move on.

Yeah, this should be a no-brainer

Always err on the side of life. Always attempt to defuse violent encounters. The best defense against a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. Taking a violent attacker's life in self defense is at the root of the non-violence axiom. Forget the "rules", and just do the right thing. Always assume the best intentions in others, but be prepared for pure evil from anybody.

Those are some various words of wisdom I've tried to live by. I don't see "cop" anywhere in there, so it probably doesn't matter if it's a law enforcement officer. As Robocop once said, serve the public trust, protect the innocent, uphold the law.

Michael Nystrom's fists can punch through FUD.

I completely agree

You seem to know what you're talking about. I really agree with what you wrote. thank you

Detroit2japan

But what you wrote matters more

I open carry all the time, because the question is more important than the answer. Nobody is listening to the answer until they have a reason to question.

You asked the question nobody wants to ask.

It seems that people do that a lot on this site. I like it. (-:

Michael Nystrom's fists can punch through FUD.

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If a leo was trying to kill

If a leo was trying to kill me or someone I love my guilt factor would be zero (I think).

It is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. – Mark Twain