This question is mainly for non-Americans:

This question is mainly for non-Americans:

Say an active mass shooter in your country was shot dead by a person (illegally) CC'ing a 3D printed pistol. It's clear from the way the shooting was going that there'd been a lot more dead if the shooter had not been shot. What would happen to the person who stopped the shooter? How would the media and the public react to it?

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Media would deem it gang violence. You'd be in prison for illegally providing gangs illegal weapons. The government, the public, the media, are all foreign to the phantom good guy with a gun.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm American, but considering the fact that there's a good chance the perp would also have 3D printed firearm that's one hell of a debate to have.

      >The government, the public, the media, are all foreign to the phantom good guy with a gun.

      This is true, but luckily society isn't...in America, anyway

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >in America
        Motherfucker. Have you not seen, a single, modern film about justice? Particularly, ones about old westerns? Society " " as in your immediate relations will non stop question you as to why you decided to consume such a dangerous " " items. And I am not talking about you living with your moms, I am talking about your closests friends doubting your literal sanity.

        I have had extreme close calls, and people around me, close to me think I am insane for owning self protection.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Their biggest question is why fight? Who? Violence and force will only ever be used against you in a court of law.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Fight to have my own fate in my hands. Anyone that threatens me, family or friends (in that order). Yes, the system is corruption but recently some nogs got charges dropped after pulling an illegal gun on a guy after an argument, having it wrestled away, only for his nog gf to shoot the guy holding him down.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Yeah because that retarded white chimp was going to kill him.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Only the girlfriend got charges dropped. Bf is eating an assault charge. But whitey deserved it. He could have walked away from the moron moment but instead he threw his life away.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Their biggest question is why fight? Who? Violence and force will only ever be used against you in a court of law.

            H-honey, j-just do what he said!

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >This question is mainly for non-Americans:
      >Say an active mass shooter in your country was shot dead by a person (illegally) CC'ing a 3D printed pistol. It's clear from the way the shooting was going that there'd been a lot more dead if the shooter had not been shot. What would happen to the person who stopped the shooter? How would the media and the public react to it?
      I'm in Ireland, despite being an island with incredibly strict anti-terrorism and firearms control laws the country was flooded with weapons and terror for decades. Even now drug dealers and criminals and terrorists shoot each other and bystanders with modern handguns etc. So my question to you OP is why the fuck would such a person use a 3d printed anything instead or just getting a gun legally or illegally? By second question is where do they get the barrel and ammunition from? I mean what's the idea here OP someone has a gun and ammunition and they take it apart and destroy it to get the barrel and then make a worse gun that has a plastic handle? So your fantasy hero has taken apart a perfectly good gun to make a crap gun and just happened to be in the right place at the right time to shoot a spree shooter? How would anyone know he was not an accomplice of the spree shooter? It may be circumstantial but in just the right place at just the right time? In general I'd expect they would get jailed for illegal possession and probably manslaughter. Also OP. Stop having retarded hero fantasies.

      >Media would deem it gang violence.
      Possibly this also or similar. "Two men opened fire on each other and several bystanders were killed"

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm in Taiwan, and despite being an island with incredibly strict anti-terrorism and firearms control laws, I would have no idea where to find a gun around here unless I beat a cop's head in and stole his. Even the armored car drivers who pick up money from cash-oriented businesses only have shock batons, no guns.

        On the other hand, recently a Thai laborer was arrested for possession of an illegal firearm, which he 3D printed and made ammo for using nailgun blanks. Apparently he loved hunting and so he made a rifle to go shoot animals with, and got busted almost immediately.

        tl;dr not every country is a European shithole with lax gun enforcement and a bunch of criminals in the population.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Please get yourself a gun, Taiwan-bro.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            LOL I could have one working in a couple of days if I wanted. 3D printer FTMFW

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm kinda curious of weapon laws in thailand. There seems to be lots of thai dudes on youtube regularly making pipe airguns/crossbows/and slingshots, and they seems to be doing it openly, in full view of random passerby

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Don't Taiwan have an exclusion to that law if you're indigenous and the gun is homemade?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >barrel
        ecm, you need an aquarium pump, power supply, printed jig and bucket to rifle a high pressure rated pipe
        >ammo
        powder from concrete nailer blanks, casings can be reloaded so you dont need a steady supply if you want to practice, bullets can be cast using molds based on printable dummies

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What would happen to the person who stopped the shooter?
    Tons of felony charges, as we have seen in 2012 and 2016 and 2020.

    • 2 months ago
      Sieg

      And 2022....where a guy stopped the mass shooter, was in the process of clearing the gun when a panicked scared police officer shot him dead

      In California 3d printed guns being cc'd are multiple felonies.....it doesn't matter if you do good in the eyes of law enforcement

      • 2 months ago
        Sieg

        Also, in the eyes of the United States Federal government stopping a mass shooting is bad.....since the cause of most CO2 in the atmosphere is humans according to them

        A mass shooting in where a ton of humans and the shooter dies is a great thing. Because you lowered the population, ended bloodlines and reduced the carbon footprint of hundreds of humans.

        Also you don't need to waste government resources on feigning a trial since the shooter self deletes so it's a win win

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If the truth about the situation was reported, it would probably split the population. Half would be happy about it, the other half would be up in arms about banning 3D printers.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The media here would either keep quiet about it or distort the truth, the police here would insist to make an example out of him, they hate people defending themselves, they don't want people to have any kind of power.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    life sentence for murder

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Expect prosecution to the fullest as an example of "Justice".

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >prosecution to the fullest
        That's literally the job of prosecution. It's defense's job to get the client off the hook.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >That's literally the job of prosecution.
          t. has never heard of "prosecutorial discretion" or seen BLM rioters and arsonists and morons in general being let off by Soros-backed DAs.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Disembowelment and hung up by their own intestines in the town square.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Seems to be the general sentiment.

      PrepHole is extremely doompilled.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Looks like a 22lr mouse gun, got any files?
    And yeah, forget about your day fantasy of being the hero by wiping out a 3d printed piece and deleting the shooter. Literally everyone would line up to punish, slander or insult you. No one would stand by your side, it's absolute slave mentality and by having a gun and using it you would shatter their belief system of being helpless peasants who need the godlike state to wipe their asses.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Well you could just lie or run right ? Plus you're risking yourself against a mass shooter with a single shot plastic gun in this case.
      Also in most europoor countries, police have guns (except Britain but mass shootings there aren't a thing, they have mass stabbings xd)

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >lie or run.
        Everybody who saw you using your gun is gonna blab about it. They aint even realising its snitching and fucking you over. Cops gonna comb everything around the place for clues and you got into that situation unprepared, so worst case they identify you after 30 minutes and visit you at home.
        Blasting some bro in a empty street at 3am is possible, but even then cameras exist. Once you are a suspect, they gonna take a long hard look at everything you do or own.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What design is that?

      It's called the "Maus". Some dude on /r/fosscad is making it.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thanks for the info.
        Hope it isnt one of those guys who tease with pics and never release anything.

        Our courts fined a guy (paralyzed from the chest down) who was growing his own weed because he was in chronic pain and no meds helped because the law says you can't grow weed because that's illegal. The highest court acknowledged that he was in an emergency situation because other meds didn't work "but it's still illegal LOL get fukd here's a fine".

        So yeah you won't get away with it. You could literally save the entire country from a nuclear missile but if you did so building your own illegal anti-missile missile you would probably get a prison sentence.

        To add to that, not only will you get buttfucked by the law, the media will also try to rip you a new one. Local hunter shoots wolf who attacked tourists and papers where howling for blood, smearing him with every lie and doxxing him. That guy got cleared but had to change homes because local greens keept breaking in, cutting tires, terrorising his family...etc.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Hope it isnt one of those guys who tease with pics and never release anything
          Supposedly there's a beta version out on a discord somewhere. Haven't bothered looking.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What design is that?

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Australian here, the guy who shot the shooter would be locked up for illegal possession of a firearm and murder
    The non pro-gun section of the public would consider this a tragic necessity in order to protect us from those evil guns

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    There's discretion in charging people with crimes. The US justice system is meant to consider the human element. A cop doesn't always have to give you a ticket for X just for pulling you over and warning you, the same is true of any crime. For literally any crime law enforcement, the prosecutor's office, or a judge can use discretion and not charge you or find you guilty of a crime. If you saved a bunch of lives but were breaking a law, I can see discretion being used for sure. Unless you're white and in an anti-white state, they'll look for anything to fry a white man to make it look like you're the real criminals.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why are you talking about le US justice system when it is completely irrelevant and aside from not being very relevant not a very good system one in which paedophiles and murders walk free because they can pay the right lawyer. It is not actually at the discretion of police or prosecutors which law to enforce or when because that itself would be an avenue to corruption. Police have an obligation to do their duty irrespective of their sentiment. The judge may have the chance to wave a sentence after conviction based on mitigating points but the police or prosecutor do not in functioning criminal jurisdictions on any basis other than the prospect of successful conviction.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This anon has the answer

      There's already been cases where someone illegally possessed a weapon, used it to lawful defend themself, and was given extemely light sentencing for the weapon charge. While their possession was still illegal, iirc the court ruled that everyone is entitled to self defence regardless of the nature of the means.

      Dont remember the exact situation but there was some fairly recent

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Our courts fined a guy (paralyzed from the chest down) who was growing his own weed because he was in chronic pain and no meds helped because the law says you can't grow weed because that's illegal. The highest court acknowledged that he was in an emergency situation because other meds didn't work "but it's still illegal LOL get fukd here's a fine".

    So yeah you won't get away with it. You could literally save the entire country from a nuclear missile but if you did so building your own illegal anti-missile missile you would probably get a prison sentence.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Canada
    He'd get nailed to the wall legally and the drones would cheer it on.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    10-15 years of jail time for posession of illegal firearms + "exceeding necessary self defense"
    shit would happen even if you were attacked by a burglar in your own home.
    unless you were friends with the ruling party. then the judges and prosecutors would quietly dismiss the case.
    t. pole

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Say an active mass shooter in your country was shot dead by a person (illegally) CC'ing a 3D printed pistol.
    Why print 3d pistols out of plastic resin? Is it really that hard to go to any halfway-decent machine shop and get them to make a proper receiver there?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Is it really that hard to go to any halfway-decent machine shop and get them to make a proper receiver there?
      Me

      I'm in Taiwan, and despite being an island with incredibly strict anti-terrorism and firearms control laws, I would have no idea where to find a gun around here unless I beat a cop's head in and stole his. Even the armored car drivers who pick up money from cash-oriented businesses only have shock batons, no guns.

      On the other hand, recently a Thai laborer was arrested for possession of an illegal firearm, which he 3D printed and made ammo for using nailgun blanks. Apparently he loved hunting and so he made a rifle to go shoot animals with, and got busted almost immediately.

      tl;dr not every country is a European shithole with lax gun enforcement and a bunch of criminals in the population.

      again.
      Yes, it really is that hard. You would have to find a machinist who was willing to do it and who wouldn't instantly rat you out to the cops. That's difficult even in burgerland, forget anywhere else in the world.

      Either that or own your own machine shop. In a place like Taiwan where most people live in postage-stamp sized apartments and don't have huge basements or garages or even a second room to store things in, that's not going to happen much.

      OTOH when it does you get things like the assassination attempt on President Chen back in 2004. The would-be assassin worked with some relative of his, who happened to own a machine shop and who was also a fanatical KMT asshole, to make the gun he used.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      They are wont to snitch.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Here's an article about an event in my country. A garden gnomeeler shot a burglar in the back as he was running away. The burglar died. The garden gnomeeler was not prosecuted. https://m.nieuwsblad.be/cnt/dmf20220625_92420153
    Every larping American here is saying the person stopping the mass shooting would be sentenced to death, but at worst they would catch an illegal possession charge.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      See

      >Say an active mass shooter in your country was shot dead by a person (illegally) CC'ing a 3D printed pistol.
      Netherlands reporting in:
      >The media would generally be positive because a mass shooting was stopped (at least I hope) but scared to shit for new 3D-printed guns (as they already are despite professional evidence suggesting otherwise)
      >the CC'er would not be charged with murder charges, as this falls under self-defence (''noodweer'', as evidenced by the Juweler's case in Deurne)
      >The CC'er would be charged with carrying a firearm (misdemeanor, 9K EUR maximum fine) as well as illegally manufacture and possession of a firearm (felony, nine months in jail or a 22.5K EUR maximum fine, twice obviously)
      >Further charges may bring this up to 8 years in prison/80K fine if consistent manufacture or terroristic motive are proven
      Basically the same as if you'd got caught with the 3D-printed gun

      , the Juweler's case (Juwelierszaak) from Deurne is a foundational cornerstone for Dutch law regarding self-defence. Even with an illegal gun, assuming you defend yourself with excessive violence, this is called ''noodweer'' (emergency self-sefence) and although you might be sentenced for the act of murder there is no jailtime or fine connected to said sentence.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Media would barely mention it unless you were a chud or something.
    If it truly was a situation so clear cut that it was obvious you had massive public support then the AG would just decide to not prosecute (at least until the public got distracted by something else)

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Mass shooter would survive and get 5 years in prison 3 with good behaviour and the one who attacked him gets 20
    Guess my country

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    They'd get dragged through the mud by all the press, half of which would try to somehow accuse him of being responsible for it.
    The police and courts would do everything they can to make him as miserable as possible before finally ruining him.
    The government would hastily introduce some new idiotic law that solves nothing and rips away even more rights and freedoms.
    All because he possessed a backbone without a loicense and made the state look bad (not like they need help with that).

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I remember 2015 the munich shooter, a brown immigrant who larped as aryan who shoot up macdonalds full of brown people and later killed himself. Some old dude screamed down from the balcony what a asshole and retard he is, made a video and posted it on facebook. He had to pay a fine for insulting the shooter.

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Im living in Germany here, we have based anti-gun laws if sometimes too lax.

    I remember two court cases:

    The police came to arrest some (yet legally - gun laws are too fucking lax if Hells angels get access to death instruments) and cause he was armed and a fucking HA they no knock raided or something with SWAT. HA blasts one dead claims self defense cause he thought it's a rival gang raid. Court agrees, he's cleared of shooting a cop.

    Another case was a woman being threatened by a stalker Gang whatever she got an illegal gun and shot the perp while he was in her home. Court cleared her of both killing him and illegal possession, seeing both as acts of self defense.

    So common sense gun laws work, you just have to have a sane society and a sane legal system (both incomprehensible to Amerimorons)

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    From my understsnding of the system, I would say they probably would not get charged for murder, but the state would charge them with possession of an illegal firearm and possibly manslaughter. Of course given the circumstances, I think there would be at least a couple of people in the jury who would refuse to rule against him, so they might have a decent chance of getting off. Definitely not getting the gun back though.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Definitely not getting the gun back though
      Just fucking print it again lmao

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    He will be inprisoned and probably serve for life for murdering the would be mass murderer.
    There was an old boomer who killed a gypsy for trying to rob him inside his house, he went to prison for life.
    If the shooter retreats home and tries to defend himself from the police, they will send the special police to capture him, but because this isn't america. They will not be able to handle an attacker inside his home with a gun, so many of them will die, they will eventually cut his water and electricity to force him to surrender.
    It has happened before with a boomer and his shotgun.

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Poland: he would be charged automatically with murder but that would be dropped because our law specifically let's you use anything on hand to defend people's lives. No matter if it's a kitchen knife or your grandpa's over-under. The police would try everything then can to spin it that it looks like you were actively seeking such situation or came to far for firing at his back or something. You WILL be charged with illegal possession, which is up to 8 years in jail. Some right-leaning political can force the prosecutor to drop the case or ask for slap-on-wirst sentence as happened last week thought

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    In France, a mass shooter would very probably be using an illegal gun, which should make a difference, but ultimately doesn't.

    Illegal guns represent 99.9% of gun crime and 100% of mass shootings. Globohomo is working hard to blur the line between "legal, law-abiding owners", and the whole group of "murderers" and "terrorists", in order to prepare a gun ban under the pretense of "crime".

    The many terror attacks we've been through didn't change much, neither on gun ownership, nor even on border control. Even some terror attacks are now considered minor events, and barely make local news. Now it did shake some people, but it's nowhere near enough. I don't think a 3D printed gun being involved, and saving the day, would change anything. It'd just lead to some shitty control measure of 3D printers, or the story being buried.

    The sad truth is that in order to shake things up, we'd need an hyper massive, unstoppable shooting that kills thousands.

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The district attorney probably wouldn't charge him, and you wouldn't hear about the shooting at all.

  26. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    In Germany a Hells Angels guy shot a policeman trying to arrest him through his front door. The judge ruled it as justifiable self defense since he couldn't know it was the police and not an intruder.
    You may be in trouble for illegally owning a gun though. I'm not a lawyer but my guess is there won't be any charges for killing someone but for illegally owning a gun.
    I just checked the law. Illegal ownership of guns without intent of selling them or involvement of gangs carries a sentence of 3 years max, maybe less if the judge is nice.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >there won't be any charges for killing someone but for illegally owning a gun.

      All depends on whether you have a codified right to self-defense. In many countries if someone broke into your house or threatened you you wouldn't actually be at fault for murking them.

      I'm surprised nobody has mentioned probation -- that's also kind of likely as well if the spirit of the case renders the gun-owner as someone who would've been brutalize or killed. Yes, even cuck non-America countries are sometimes decent.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not trying to start shit here but seeing how much Kyle Rittenhouse had to go through, even though there is clear evidence of his innocence left a bad taste in my mouth. I feel like this case would have been a lot more straightforward in Europe, if carrying a firearm was more common.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          There's no starting shit, just talking it out fren.

          >Kyle Rittenhouse
          maybe it's because I'm Black and own guns but I knew that groovy whiteboy was never going to jail. the media sure did try though -- but the fact of the matter is you cannot chase someone WHILE YOU ARE ARMED and then claim murder if they pop you.

          I'm not saying it will be a breeze, but I wouldn't have NO hope. Hell, I've probably seen more people get off after getting into standoffs with the police under false pretences in the last 3 years than I've seen in my last 30.

  27. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What would happen to the person who stopped the shooter?
    Horse nigs would assume you’re the shooter or working together and probably dome you
    >How would the media and the public react to it?
    You’d be seen as a villain and mass shooter yourself until the facts were known at which point the story would be memory holes

  28. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Say an active mass shooter in your country was shot dead by a person (illegally) CC'ing a 3D printed pistol.
    Netherlands reporting in:
    >The media would generally be positive because a mass shooting was stopped (at least I hope) but scared to shit for new 3D-printed guns (as they already are despite professional evidence suggesting otherwise)
    >the CC'er would not be charged with murder charges, as this falls under self-defence (''noodweer'', as evidenced by the Juweler's case in Deurne)
    >The CC'er would be charged with carrying a firearm (misdemeanor, 9K EUR maximum fine) as well as illegally manufacture and possession of a firearm (felony, nine months in jail or a 22.5K EUR maximum fine, twice obviously)
    >Further charges may bring this up to 8 years in prison/80K fine if consistent manufacture or terroristic motive are proven
    Basically the same as if you'd got caught with the 3D-printed gun

  29. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    In Turkey, you would be charged with murder, having an illegal weapon, the mass media would berate you for "not waiting for the police" and social media would berate you for being a bloodthirsty gun owner just looking for a fight. Retarded cucked country.

    If you got enough exposure, you'd get a ton of fangirls though, so there's that.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      How is gun ownership in Turkey? I know you guys can own shotguns and bolt actions, but can you own pistols and semi auto rifles?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        In order of ease of acquiring:
        >Shotguns (semi autos as well)
        >Bolt actions
        >Pistols: 2 different types of licenses, "owning" and "carrying". You need a reason for both, people who make a lot of money and especially those who deal with customers are allowed to have "owning" licenses where they can keep guns in their workplace or house. Carrying licenses allow you to have guns on your person and are serious. You'd need to be considered to be in serious danger at all times to have them. Not many people get them.
        >Semi auto rifles: No

        Most of these are particularly hard to get, but even then the majority of weapons in Turkey are actually illegally owned. There's also a rather sizable industry of homemade/moron-rigged firearms, as well as smuggled ones. The powers dont really care, the problem with OPs scenario isnt really the gun ownership but the self defense scenario. Turkey has ridiculously cucked self defense laws. Someone got 8 years for *winning a knife fight with a thief in his own house*. The thief didnt even fucking die.

        I know someone who has an illegal semi auto rifle but he cant find ammo for it (280 remington). He probably could find someone to make it if he actually looked, especially around the black sea area where the hicks live.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Doesn't seem too bad, depending on how hard it is to obtain a pistol owning license. Caniks are getting popular here, would be a shame if you can't own guns made in your own country.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I somehow missed one of the main points of the question, the 3d printed gun. Well, they would charge you with manufacturing (and probably selling, even if you didnt) an illegal firearm, add some terrorism charges and very likely start regulating 3d printers. Such is life in the turd world.

  30. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Whatever wins votes and sways the public as those who lust for power see fit.

  31. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The short answer is that it depends entirely on the DA. I think it is extremely unlikely that you would not be charged for anything, and also unlikely you would get the book thrown at you - where it lands between those two extremes would depend on the DA, the parties involved, and so forth.

  32. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    No murder charge because of self-defense but you will still be charged for possessing an unlicensed firearm and producing an illegal weapon.

  33. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The CC'er would be charged with carrying an offensive weapon and probably sentenced up to 15 years in jail. Most of the population would either memoryhole it or call the CC'er a coward. No enquiry would be made on where the mass shooter obtained the firearm to begin with.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      lmao I made this meme years ago, I fucking love to see it go around.

  34. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    In my coutry it would be 18 months jail for the abusive carry of a firearm, max 6 years for excess of self defence (more likely 1-2 years) and dunno for the fabrication of weapons. If the scenario gets recognized like you mention then realistically you probably wouldn't go to jail as your sentence is under 3 years. It would be transformed in a fine and society services.

  35. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Either acquitted on all charges related to the shooting or convicted on 'exceeding self-defense', and then convicted on a 'firearm crime' for illegal possesion.

  36. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    depends where it took place.
    West Coast, North East, MN, or Chicago they are completely fucked.

    The rest? Prosecutor and Judge desciption as well as public opinion may save them.

  37. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Beaner here, in beaner land or mexico as you burgers call it... it's almost illiegal to hurt your assailant and if you are dumb enough to stick around after you did, in some cases the policia will take your ass to jail an charge you.

    I'm legit not being sarcastic or joking, the rules of engagment are wait for the thief to enter your abode, if he threatens you make sure he's armed, if he's armed ask him if he's serious, then wait until he shoots first or tries to stab you, then you can defend your self but without a fire arm and you cannot shoot or kill said theif/invader/dindu.

    Our pendejo presidente Obrador (litterally translates to shitter) decided to setup a hugs not guns policy.

    Good thing guns are banned here in mejico, can you imagine what would happen if people had access to guns? omaiga

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      AMLO is probably a puppet right?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        no, he's even worse, he's just an organic cuck

  38. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    there will be a jury trial and the guy will walk with no charges
    it's legal for a citizen to manufacture firearms for your personal use in USA, so the only charge will be illegal concealed carry and maybe some californian bullshit about manufacturing an "unsafe off-roster handgun"

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