arma virumque cano (et alia)
I personally think that encouraging the use of warning shots isn't a good move. Ms Alexander's claim that she fired a warning shot would have been easier to sell if it had been fired somewhere besides near the victim's head."When Gray saw her put a round in the chamber, he yelled “no” and tried to scoop his two boys under his arm to protect them, at which time she fired a shot into the wall, at head level – 5’8”, where Gray and his two sons were still standing."http://legalinsurrection.com/2014/03/angela-corey-reminds-fl-legislators-of-facts-of-marissa-alexander-case/
I agree. The last thing we need in Florida is stand-your-ground-minded folks thinking they can fire warning shots.
Exactly little miss anger management went to her car retrived her firearm and returned to a house that she was supposed to be barred from because of a restraining order.All because one of her babies daddies had the nerve to ask why her latest kid looked alot like Someotherdude.
It's about warning shots. Your racist hatred of the lady distracted you from the point of the post.
Are you even paying attention, the shot she fired at her estranged boyfriend while he was cowering over his two sons were not warning shots.I do not care about her race, you brought that up. When she gets out of prison for attempting to kill her beau and his two kids, if she ever has to fire a true warning shot she will deserve the protection this law allows.Till then let the idiot rot in prison.
I repeat, the post is about warning shots not about the object of your ire who just happens to be a black woman.
More gun loon laws that will cause more unnecessary death and injury.