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    Carmel Indiana defense case

    I'm posting these two threads so that any interested supporters can attend the trial.

    http://ingunowners.com/forums/carry_...carmel_pd.html

    http://ingunowners.com/forums/carry_...s_tonight.html

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    Best of luck to you. It sounded like you acted reasonably--apart from giving too much information to the inexperienced officer.

    Perhaps you should have said that you fired to stop the attack, but didn't hit the dog. Missing everything on the planet but the Earth itself is not a crime if the shoot is otherwise lawful. The one piece of information you gave that was too much was that you intended to miss the dog!

    Don't talk to the cops!

    Wait. I shouldn't be talking to you.

    Never mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    Best of luck to you. It sounded like you acted reasonably--apart from giving too much information to the inexperienced officer.

    Perhaps you should have said that you fired to stop the attack, but didn't hit the dog. Missing everything on the planet but the Earth itself is not a crime if the shoot is otherwise lawful. The one piece of information you gave that was too much was that you intended to miss the dog!

    Don't talk to the cops!

    Wait. I shouldn't be talking to you.

    Never mind.
    LOL, hilarious (last bit there)

    I agree. I think you did what was morally right, and should face no legal ramifications.

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    Missed

    Say it wasn't a warning shot, say you "missed".
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