Reply Sat 10 Jun, 2006 08:44 pm
Thay were lucky
that the police did not arrest the defenders
for unlicensed possession of weapons.
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Sat 10 Jun, 2006 08:49 pm
So what you are saying is the the man should have just shot the employes and taken the cash rather than just brandishing a gun?
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Sat 10 Jun, 2006 08:59 pm
dyslexia wrote:
So what you are saying is the the man should have just shot the employes
and taken the cash rather than just brandishing a gun?


NO.
I said nothing like that.

The law of NY, as written,
is that when robbed at gunpoint or knifepoint,
you are supposed to let the criminal kill u,
within his discretion ( that is perfectly legal, for the victim )
or, u can turn your back and run,
but it is a felony to take possession
of a gun without licensure for it.

If convicted of a felony,
u automaticly lose all of your professional licenses.
David
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Sat 10 Jun, 2006 09:03 pm
OmSigDAVID wrote:
dyslexia wrote:
So what you are saying is the the man should have just shot the employes
and taken the cash rather than just brandishing a gun?


NO.
I said nothing like that.

The law of NY, as written,
is that when robbed at gunpoint or knifepoint,
you are supposed to let the criminal kill u,
within his discretion ( that is perfectly legal, for the victim )
or, u can turn your back and run,
but it is a felony to take possession
of a gun without licensure for it.

If convicted of a felony,
u automaticly lose all of your professional licenses.
David

Gosh, I'm sorry I must have misunderstood your point. Sorry about that.
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Merry Andrew
 
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Reply Sat 10 Jun, 2006 09:04 pm
The suit is obviously frivolous.

The two employees who disarmed the alleged felon at no time had "possession" of the weapon within the definition of the statute, i.e. they had neither title nor any other form of actual ownership. I think you misread the NY State law, David.

Of course, if you learned how to spell we might actually understand what point you are trying to make.
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Sat 10 Jun, 2006 09:10 pm
Filing a suit and winning are 2 totally different things but don't make good press.
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Sat 10 Jun, 2006 09:41 pm
Merry Andrew wrote:
The suit is obviously frivolous.

The two employees who disarmed the alleged felon at no time had "possession" of the weapon
within the definition of the statute, i.e. they had neither title nor any other form of actual ownership.
I think you misread the NY State law, David.

I am perplexed as to Y u believe
that holding title to the gun
has any effect in relation to the gun control law.
It does not.
If u ask me to hold your coat,
I will POSSESS it momentarily,
but I will not own it.


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Of course, if you learned how to spell
we might actually understand what point you are trying to make.

I contend that u r spelling rong.
( Teddy Roosevelt suffered worse abuse than I do,
when he tried to irradicate this inefficiency. )

I accepted and applied the conventional orthografic paradime,
for several decades. I had little trouble with it,
but, in retrospect, I believe that I have been guilty
of perpetuating the problem of continuing foolish inefficiency;
like everyone carrying 20 pounds of useless iron all the time,
out of respect for tradition. Failing to rebel is COMPLICITY in perpetuation of the rongness.

Let 's adopt better traditions
and stop poisoning the minds of defenseless children,
inculcating them with known inefficiency and waste.
David
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Sat 10 Jun, 2006 09:46 pm
dyslexia wrote:
Filing a suit and winning are 2 totally different things but don't make good press.

Its sad and scandalous that
the defendants need to hire expensive lawyers.

In theory, someone who defended himself
from criminal depredation
cud have his life savings wiped out
by funding his successful legal defense,
in criminal and/or civil litigation.
That has probably already happened,
but I am not aware of any case thereof.
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