- Mar 13, 2012
- Reaction score
They are OK
'If there is a chance myself or one of my police officers
will get hurt in the line of duty...uh-uh, baby! I will not
send my officers out to protect the businesses and the
city of Raleigh! If windows get broken and the city is
set ablaze, all I got to say is 'Burn, baby, burn'!'
She also said that it is hard to identify the white supremacist in the crowd when there are a thousand others attending the event, looting, destroying, burning....
You're On Your Own: Raleigh Police Chief Says She Will Not Put Officers in Harm's Way to Protect PropertyRaleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown held a press conference on Sunday morning after the mass violence and looting by leftist protesters overnight. Deck-Brown called the mass destruction “disgusting and unacceptable.” Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown then lectured on white supremacy in front of...www.thegatewaypundit.com
THE CASTLE DOCTRINE
Further, North Carolina is one of the few states to adopt the Castle Doctrine, which is a version of a stand your ground law. This restricts the terms in which a person can use deadly force to protect himself or herself. Under the Castle Doctrine, a home is a “castle,” so that means a person has the right to use deadly force to protect that castle from siege. If an intruder invades a person’s space, the property owner can legally use deadly force against him or her, with no legal obligation to back down. This right extends not only to a person’s home but also his or her vehicle and workplace under North Carolina law.
The police just have to pick up the looters bodies and I think there is no risk to the cops