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    Wis man Jeremy Rossetto janitor using pistol to defend himself will not be charged.

    Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm announced Wednesday that Jeremy Rossetto will not be charged in connection with the March 12 shooting death of two teens who were hitting him with a souvenir baseball bat.

    http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/j...253608471.html

    DA's decision media.jrn.com/documents/Rossetto27thStshooting.pdf 10 pages 53 KB

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    The words "the thing about common sense, is it just ain't all that common" come to mind.
    If someone is attacked by assailants more numerous than himself, armed with a hefty blunt object, why would charging the defender even be considered an option?
    I yearn for an "age of REASONING".
    I carry to defend my loved ones; Desensitizing and educating are secondary & tertiary reasons. Anything else is unintended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Young Man View Post
    The words "the thing about common sense, is it just ain't all that common" come to mind.
    If someone is attacked by assailants more numerous than himself, armed with a hefty blunt object, why would charging the defender even be considered an option?
    I yearn for an "age of REASONING".
    Because the anti's love to make it hard on gun owners and show the sheep that see even if your 100 percent right we are still going to make your life tough.

    Its all about control showing the sheep see what we can do to you.

    Its all about chilling your rights.

    See we have the power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Young Man View Post
    The words "the thing about common sense, is it just ain't all that common" come to mind.
    If someone is attacked by assailants more numerous than himself, armed with a hefty blunt object, why would charging the defender even be considered an option?
    I yearn for an "age of REASONING".
    Admittedly, there are other states in the union where charging him would have been a non-question. Wisconsin is the progressive state though . . .

    I'm not hopeful about the possibility of an "age of reasoning." At this point I'm expecting an "age of RECKONING."
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    Like Wisconsin cheese, WI firearm laws have gotten better with time.


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