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Old February 24, 2012, 12:00 PM   #20
Don H
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I tend to be reluctant to turn a property crime into a possible shoot-out, especially when there are a number of bystanders about. In addition to the moral and ethical issues there are liability issues to consider. To take the chance of financially impoverishing myself and my family to safeguard someone else's property doesn't strike me as a particularly wise decision.

Please note that this POV is based on the assumption that there is not an active threat to the safety of others, in which case other sections of law apply.
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