he is not specifying who he is addressing. And it comes off immediately like all ancaps don't accommodate arrests and jury trials into their approaches. He is putting forth something as a core belief and attribute of ancaps when it is not and then attacking it (a straw man).
The NAP does not forbid arrests in response to aggression against person or property. And the NAP certainly does not forbid a litigant or defendant from specifying to a private court they want a jury of peers assembled.
One big stinky straw man. :)
~wobbles but doesn't fall down~
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