Comment: I never said that the person owned the picture.

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I never said that the person owned the picture.

That is what you are trying to ASSUME about the argument.

Read my comment to MN below. Maybe you can follow that one easier.

I said the creation of the image was a use of force, because you are using someone's personal property (the person), without their knowledge or consent.

You cannot defend the fruits of force. All subsequent actions that stem from the use of initiation of force cannot be defended.

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