The group took the dog and began walking away, when Drake returned with a firearm and fired four shots in their direction, according to Murphy. No one was struck, and the three men tried to run away.WTTW-TV
Attempted Dognapping Precipitated Fatal Shooting on Lower West Side: Prosecutors
A prime example of the sequential nature of ‘OODA Loops.’
- Group of men chases man walking dog
- He runs home and gets inside without the dog
- Group takes dog
- Man comes out with a gun and shoots at them
- The group decides the dog isn’t worth getting shot for so they drop it and run away
- One of them falls down
- Original victim’s girlfriend comes out and gets violent with the downed malefactor
- Original victim joins his gf in doing the Irish jig on the malefactor
- Unsatisfied with this level of violence, he pulls out his gun and shoots the malefactor in the head
- Original victim, now Executioner, and his gf decide to exfiltrate from the crime scene
- A friend of the now deceased malefactor shoots and wounds both Executioner and gf
- First responders arrive to take wounded Executioner and gf to hospital
- Executioner charged with First Degree Murder, while still in hospital
- Unwounded Dognappers escape, most likely never to be found
Don’t let your emotions control your actions. No one wants their dog to be napped but legally dogs are property, not people. You can only use the level of force necessary to protect property in their defense. Shooting someone who is down is also a bad idea. Review the Jerome Ersland incident for further study.
Bottom Line: If the Executioner’s lawyer is clever, the charges will get pleaded down but odds are, he’s going away for some time.
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Good meme. Read the Executioner for many a year.
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On Tue, Jul 13, 2021 at 5:19 PM tacticalprofessor wrote:
> tacticalprofessor posted: ” The group took the dog and began walking away, > when Drake returned with a firearm and fired four shots in their direction, > according to Murphy. No one was struck, and the three men tried to run > away.WTTW-TV Attempted Dognapping Precipitated Fatal Shoo” >
I submit this should have been a Patreon post first because entertainment — well, edutainment — like this is most definitely worth $5 / mo., IMHO.
Where else can you get Stupid People Tricks + Happy Ending (wrt to perp taking a dirt nap) + Painful Lesson (Hopefully) Learned re: Undesirable Outcomes?
I’ll have more to say about it on Patreon. This was just a soupçon to promote rational thinking.
A legal point of note. Although non-deadly force is all that is usually lawful to protect tangible personal property —
When the unlawful taking of property on or about your person (pet included) constitutes a robbery (or other felony), deadly force MAY be lawful to prevent the imminent commission of the robbery or other felony without independent threat of deadly force to the victim (for example an unarmed robber). In some states there may be legal support for the notion that flight from the robbery is part of the “commission” of the robbery. Of course, one needs to check one’s state statutes and case law; and just because deadly force is lawful, doesn’t mean one SHOULD employ it.
Your book reference took me back to Junior High.
Oh, and the actual content was good too. =)
Seriously? Take my dog and I’ll kick your @ss, and then shoot you in the head? I loved my dog, but not that much.