Tell me how this law would differentiate between the two cases. Let's take out the alcohol and say it was at a football game. two guys get into a fight. One guy shoots (or stabs) the other because he "feared for his life" (because the other guy was serving him up a proper azz beating.)
Guy who shoots is the one who threw the first punch?
*And Blackberry, you're right, if he'd stayed in his car, this wouldn't have happened. But by the sounds of the tape, he was already out of his car and following him before being told to stop. (Perfectly legal, and does not meet the definition of "stalking" and there's a good chance lots of people would do the same thing, especially on a neighborhood watch). If
, as GZ has said, he stopped and TM doubled back around and confronted him, did GZ not have a right to defend himself at that point?
Edited by Fallon, 17 May 2012 - 09:40 AM.