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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

It’s Legal To Aim Guns At Cops If They Aim At You First

Normally it is considered suicide to aim a weapon at a police officer, but in reality it is self-defense. A Nevada assembly women made headlines when spoke out for her second amendment right.
“I would never, ever point my firearm at anyone, including an officer of the law, unless they pointed their firearm at me,” asserted Nevada Assembly woman Michele Fiore in an interview with Steve Sebelius of KLAS-8. “Now, once you point your firearm at me, I’m sorry, then it becomes self-defense. So, whether you’re a stranger, a bad guy — or an officer — and you point your gun at me; and I have to decide whether it’s my life … well, I choose my life.”
Michele Fiore has stood up for the right to bear arms for years; last year Fiore spoke out on the fact that women should arm themselves to prevent or thwart being raped because every single person has “the right to defend him or herself from sexual assault.” She even proposed the need to arm school teachers and administrators to quash or prevent mass school shootings.
Her latest statements are about the right to support one’s self against law-enforcement. What she says echoes a law passed in Indiana that made shooting a public servant legal if they enter a home illegally. According to the law, a person is “justified in using reasonable force against a public servant if the person reasonably believes” such force is necessary to protect themselves or others in their home if they reasonably suspect “the imminent use of unlawful force,” among other things.
Sadly, it is certain the blind eyes refusing to recognize such a necessity, due to the epidemic of police brutality, will dispute a proposal such as this, no matter how valid it may be, for the sake of “gun control.” Any thoughts?