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Lsherm: Even the "castle doctrine" isn't going to serve as a defense for chasing someone for a quarter-mile and killing them with an ax.I've been robbed twice before, and yeah, I'd like to kill the people who did it. But it never crossed my mind to kill the first person I saw after the robbery.
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Dude, "manslaughter" is not the preferred nomenclature."Personslaughter," please.
iheartscotch: That rug really tied the room together.
Mega Steve: When Zinda saw Valdez outside, his initial thought that he was one of the burglars "was absolutely the right thing to think," Johnson said.I might think that, too. I think, however, chasing the guy for a quarter mile and killing him is a little outside "Standing your ground.""Did he feel horrible about it? Yes," Johnson said. "Is he a coldblooded murderer? Absolutely not."I'll agree with that part. I'm sure he was quite warm, what with all the running and murderous rage
Ed Finnerty: The charge "manslaughter" should require that one actually eats the dead person, hence "slaughter".