Emmy Lou Lester 
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Re: “The best self-defence isn’t always a good offence

To Michel Blain
Your post is a perfect example of the core problem with our laws. Your trying to suggest a system of rules should determine when and how you can defend yourself and much of what you suggest is based on traits of the attack and attacker...
So what your saying is that there should be rules that determine how you can defend yourself and how much force YOU can use based on how big, strong, old or violent your attacker is.

Heres a idea... Defend yourself however you can... period. NO ONE should EVER find themselves being charged in any way when they are the victim. If an attacker doesnt want to be excessively harmed... don't attack people. Easy solution. If you choose to attack people, no matter how big, strong, fast or violent you are, you should be prepared to suffer whatever damage the person your attacking can inflict on you in an attempt to stop you.

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Posted by Emmy Lou Lester on 09/04/2014 at 4:31 PM

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