Comment: So, are you telling me that anytime a policeman finds an armed

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So, are you telling me that anytime a policeman finds an armed

criminal the police is allowed to shoot the criminal?

Because that is how I read your words: "The police are allowed to shoot armed criminals."

What is a criminal?
What does armed mean?
What does innocent until proven guilty mean?

To me you just did the same thing Rand did. So, I happen to be an armed criminal walking down the street minding my own business and the police are allowed to shoot me?

You did not set your context. In what CONTEXT are the police allowed to shoot an armed criminal?

Dorner was an armed criminal. He killed people.

Dorner said some LA police were criminals.

Dorner was burned alive.

Does a badge make someone not a criminal?

Context please.

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