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Response to intaglio (Reply #4)

Sat Jul 5, 2014, 07:04 AM

8. excepth what you say did not happen

 

Bragdon has a point. Imagine he picked up a gun offered to him, or previously dropped by a companion, to defend himself is he not entitled to use the "stand your ground" defense?


and just how did you come to that conclusion?

from the linked story, never just picked up a gun but fired frrom a car and shot a person in the back

At some point, Bragdon leaned out the window of his car and shot striking one of the patrons in the back and hitting a truck twice, the report said.

Bragdon argued that he fired the gun while trying to defend himself and sought to get the charges dismissed under "stand your ground."

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