It’s not about winning and losing, it’s about relating accurate information to the readers here.
I read back. The post you replied to initially of mine was in answer to Roberts question about defense of property, particularly a truck that is part of your business.
Unless it’s a car jacking situation with him in the truck then no, there is no state I’m aware of that allows the use of deadly force in defense of that property except under very strict conditions.
In every state the laws differentiate between non deadly force and deadly force and deadly force generally cannot be used without a clearly articulable imminent threat of death or grave bodily harm.
I read through the Alabama statutes, I see nothing there allowing for the use of deadly force absent some sort of forcible felony being committed or threatened reaching that bar of “reasonable fear of imminent grave bodily harm or death”.
We have a responsibility here to make sure that only accurate information is put out and where theres a question we need to be sure and clarify it otherwise someone down the line is likely to base their self defense choices on that bad information.