PavePusher wrote:"We're not sure" is the operative phrase there. Meaning, they cannot come to decision, or incapable of making a decision, despite the rap sheets of the bad guys. You will meet people like this. No matter how convincing the evidence, they just cannotmake a decision that judges something or someone.http://toledoblade.com/apps/pbcs.dll...NION02/3190305
"Twice in just the past few days, seemingly bad guys were shot while allegedly attempting to rob Toledo stores. Although we're glad the robberies were thwarted and thankful no innocents were injured, we're not sure that store owners and employees defending themselves with deadly force is an absolute good."
Wow. That is a newspaper that deserves to go out of business.
Crossposted to Ohio.
Their problem is that millions of other people across history have figured it out and been able to come to a decision, namely that lethal force is justified during an armed robbery.
In the editorial now posted, they even say that robbery is not a capital offense. As though the victim is supposed to wait until he is killedbefore he can use deadly force.