- Dec 1, 2020
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he committed a crime that precipitated Reasonable Suspicion of a felony"He wasn't a jogger he was a criminal fleeing from the scene of the crime"LOL@You are the idiot spewing AA had mental issues and yet you bring this argument to this forum. Seriously?Look man nobody in their right mind is going to Simply Veer to the right in an attempt to avoid two men with guns who were supposedly threatening them...
No one with a loaded shotgun makes this move against an unarmed jogger if his intent is to let the jogger pass by his truck unscathed.
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And TM started that attack from the position where he “aimed” the shotgun at AA right here:
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"No one with a loaded shotgun makes this move against an unarmed jogger if his intent is to let the jogger pass by his truck unscathed"
-He wasn't a jogger he was a criminal fleeing from the scene of the crime
- if Travis intended to hurt him he had lots of chances prior to being punched
- there's absolutely no way they could determine whether or not he was armed they do know he was intent on Escape however
He committed a misdemeanor. Georgia law doesn't allow for the McMichaels to detain anyone for anything less than a felony.
And then incited pursuit by fleeing and refusing to identify himself
He then escalated a confrontation by utilizing violence
sure is tough to defend a criminal isn't it?