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Old October 4, 2020, 04:51 PM   #3
Thomas Clarke
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Constitutional Protection for the Individual to Supersede the Rule of Law

This paper has a carefully selected summary of incidents since of Civic violence as noted by Casimer. The title and preface seem to argue that there is a Constitutional Protection that extends from the Second Amendment protecting and ensuring the right of the individual to act with deadly force when the individual perceives that there is no action by the legal authorities to ensure domestic tranquility.

The Second Amendment case is not made. The individual acts at their own risk to assert their right to protect property and lives with deadly force. There really is no support by law for this point of view. It may well work in the mind but not in our nation.
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