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Old February 27, 2009, 05:13 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by maestro pistolero
Not the police force. The SCOTUS says they have no duty to protect.
In individual situations perhaps and as protection against civil suits from individuals. They do protect society as a whole as serve in that way. They enforce the law rather than groups of vigilantes.

Originally Posted by maestro pistolero
And not the military, presently at least, because they are scattered around the world.
Fighting our enemies and yes they are protecting us.

Originally Posted by maestro pistolero
That's interesting, which case was that?
Heller. Walter Dellinger was the lead counsel for the District.
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