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Old January 7, 2012, 11:00 PM   #7
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Just as the "Castle Doctrine" laws of every other state, the law of Oklahoma allows for the "presumption" of a deadly threat. That presumption, in all states, can be rebutted.

Notice how the law uses the word "reasonable" in several places. "Reasonable use of force", "Reasonable belief".

It is NOT blanket authorization to shoot intruders and it does not allow "shoot to kill" as specific intent.
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And as stated by law if someone is in my house I am in fear of my life and that of my wife and child.
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