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Old August 27, 2012, 07:18 AM   #4
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Join Date: August 2, 2010
Location: Buffalo, N.Y.
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I could see the advantage of ambushing someone in the dark, but if it were me I would want the lights on. In my area there was an incident last year where a drunk that was at a party from out of town accidentally walked into the wrong house and was killed by the owner. There were no charges filed, but the guy is dead and the other guy has to live with it. My main concern with having the lights off is missing something that would help you evaluate the threat properly. It could effect the legal, civil, or moral repercussions. Bottom line, I want as much info as possible before I pull the trigger. So I am turning the lights on.
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