I was going to ask how this works, since Hudson wasn’t in danger of bodily harm. So I went to the USCCA state laws page for Mississippi, and found…
Homicide may be justified in the following cases.
- When committed by a person in resisting being killed, resisting a felony upon the person, or upon or in any dwelling, vehicle, place of business, place of employment or in the immediate premises thereof in which such person shall be.
So I guess Cearley, the perp, is lucky he was only restrained and not killed.
Can’t do that in California for “property crimes.”
Why I don’t live in California.
Same in New Mexico.
What can you do in California these days? I mean, some cities like San Francisco don’t even prosecute for property theft under $1000, right?
@BeanCounter guess that is why people’s are moving from California, to have the right to protect life and property they have worked so hard to get.
When people said it costs twice as much to rent a U-Haul from San Francisco to Austin as it does going the other way, I thought it was an urban myth. The last time I checked, it was in fact 3x. The screen cap below is from today. It now costs 4x as much to rent a truck leaving California as it does going to California.
It costs less to move to California, because they know you’ll need to pay legal fees for possession of sanity…
But are you in possession of such if you’re moving to California? It’s a debatable question.
This sounds like a citizens Arrest. I only checked my state and, if I did the same thing I would going to see Judge Dred too. Falls in line with the use of deadly force. If your holding someone at gun point and, the only way to stop the perp.
from getting away is to shoot them. My reply is post specific. It was a very good post. Thanks